|By PR Newswire||
|April 3, 2014 03:21 PM EDT||
REDLANDS, Calif., April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Prime-Line Products has released two, new, easy-to-use, and innovative products that provide simple solutions and convenience to any home. Prime-Line has improved the basic sliding window, secondary lock to secure the home, as well as introduced a product that solves the problem of limited laundry room or closet space.
Prime-Line's sliding window lock and wrench is a new improvement on the basic common sliding window lock; it features a turn wrench to secure the lock in place. Instead of turning the small screw, often found on a sliding window lock, the added turn wrench is easier to grip and tighten. Locking windows is an easy and inexpensive way to secure a home and has the potential to deter an intruder from breaking in. These window locks are an essential part of home security.
Available in aluminum or white finish, the sliding window lock and wrench may be found in hardware, home improvement stores, and online with a suggested retail price of $4.49. Product specifications and images are available online at: www.primeline.net/home4.wcs?nMenuid=7680
Hang-Ups, an over-the-door hanger strip is a simple and innovative product that can easily be installed over the door to create a secure place to hook hangers. Perfect for laundry rooms, it turns a doorway entry into a convenient place to hang clothes while doing the laundry or for the closet when getting ready.
The hanger strip is made of plastic, and can be cut to fit various types or sizes of doors. It is easy to install with standard screws, which are included in the package. The strips are also paintable to match any décor. Hang-Ups are available for purchase at home improvement stores or on-line with a suggested retail price of $11.99. Additional information and a helpful video about Hang-Ups, are available online at www.primeline.net/home4.wcs?nMenuid=7650.
Prime-Line distributes and manufactures thousands of various types of security products, window & door hardware, and other replacement parts. "Prime-Line is constantly developing innovative and quality products for the home. The sliding window lock and wrench is an example of improving upon a simple and very common household item," says Howard Kaufman, Senior Vice-President. "We believe the best way to serve our customers is by making good products better."
More information about Prime-Line and its products can be found online at www.primeline.net.
About Prime-Line, Inc.
Prime-Line is North America's Largest Supplier & Manufacturer of Window & Door Replacement Hardware with its headquarters located in Redlands, California. Prime-Line distributes products under the brand names: Precision, Sentry Supply, Defender Security, Child Safe, and Segal. Prime-Line is an ESOP (100% Employee Owned) organization with over 300 Employees and is proud to provide products in the marketplace that stand for value, quality, innovation, and convenience.
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