Who's Going in Your Room Featurette

Who is going in your room?

You probably have a room in your house that you don't want others to enter. For most, it's your master bedroom where you keep jewelry, cash, prescription medicines, firearms, and other private items. Whether you're entertaining guests, leaving your kids home alone, living with a roommate, or participating in vacation home sharing, you need a way to secure these rooms.

Most solve this problem by putting a lock on the door. Unfortunately, interior door locks can easily be bypassed with a paperclip or credit card. There are currently no viable solutions for securing interior doors without costly renovations. Until Now...