FAQ's
How can I get a home or business security inspection?
To qualify for a Texas Department of Insurance 5% premium reduction certificate your home must meet the following guidelines. EXTERIOR DOORS: Must be solid core wood or metal clad, 1 3/8” thick and secured by a dead-bolt lock. This also includes the passage door from the house to the garage. LOCKS: Deadbolt locks must lock with a minimum bolt throw of one inch, which penetrates a metal striker plate. There also need to be 3” screws attaching the strike plate. DOUBLE DOORS: Must meet the specifications for exterior doors and have an inactive door secured by header and threshold bolts that penetrate a metal striker plate. SLIDING GLASS DOORS: Must be secured by a secondary locking device that prevents lifting and prying. WINDOWS: Must be secured by an auxiliary locking device or be drilled and pinned. GARAGE DOORS: Must be secured by a locking device or have a garage door opener installed. To qualify for an additional 15% premium reduction certificate you must have an alarm system that meets the following criteria in addition to the above listed requirements: ALARM SYSTEM: All exterior openings must be connected to the alarm system, system must have an interior and exterior siren installed, be UL approved and monitored by a UL approved company. (All exterior windows, doors, and garage doors.) For an appointment contact a Crime Prevention Officer: You may contact: Officer Joe Wood 972-237-8966 or email:jwood@gptx.org Officer Greg New 972-237-7545 or email:gnew@gptx.org
Back To FAQ List


Request in process, please wait...
 
Cancel