Phoenix, AZ, November 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Rising costs of copper and the accompanying value perceived by thieves provided the inspiration for Wilderness Security Door and Gate Co.’s new Backflow Preventer Security Cage. When securely attached to a solid cement footer, the Backflow Preventer Security Cage virtually prevents all theft and vandalism to expensive back flow prevention devices.
Anticipating a surge in demand, Wilderness Security Door and Gate, Co. has recently increased production capabilities of its Phoenix, AZ facilities to make room for the Backflow Preventer Security Cages which they feel offer an outstanding solution to a growing problem across the country.
Don Dezonia, president of Wilderness Security Door and Gate, Co. explains, “Copper theft is a huge problem across the country and shows no signs of slowing down—our new Backflow Preventer Security Cage solves that problem by securely and affordably protecting your investment; not to mention the time it takes to replace a stolen valve and the flooding that goes along with it.”
Striking any unsecured device, copper thieves are known for their lack of concern for the after effects of their theft, even attacking the same property multiple times within a few days.
Sam Dezonia of Wilderness Security Door and Gate, Co. comments, “We’re excited to include the Backflow Preventer Security Cage to our product offering and feel the timing of it couldn’t be better.”
Available in several durable, powder coated colors and finishes, the Backflow Preventer Security Cage is available individually or in bulk quantities and can be shipped nationwide.
About Wilderness Door and Gate
Based in Phoenix, AZ, Wilderness Security Door and Gate, Co. is a recognized leader in the market for steel security doors, security gates, and home and commercial security products. Wilderness Door and Gate prides itself on producing high quality security products at exacting standards that not only provide lasting security but also enhance the value of the property. For more information please visit http://www.WildernessDoorandGate.com.
Jason W. Jantzen