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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE: WE REMAIN OPEN TO SECURE YOUR VACANT PROPERTY DURING THIS CHALLENGING TIME

PROTECT YOUR VACANT PROPERTY

WE SECURE VACANT PROPERTY

D.A.W.G.S. (Door And Window Guard Systems) manufactures and rents attractive steel panels (Door and Window Guards) used to cover door and window openings on vacant buildings. Our vacant property security solutions eliminate break-ins and many of the other problems associated with vacant property.

Property investors, property managers, housing authorities rehabbers and real estate professionals trust D.A.W.G.S. to keep their vacant properties secure.

D.A.W.G.S is more secure than board-up at a similar price.

Full Service Installation & Removal

DAWGS Stops Break Ins

Protects Property

Speeds Up Construction

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A vacant property is a vulnerable property. Keep your assets safe and secure with DAWGS steel door and window guards.

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Improves Curb Appeal

DAWGS neutral color and simplistic design improves property appearance with unmatched security.

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Eliminates Break-ins

The result is secure assets, faster turnaround times, on-time and on-budget projects.

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Code Compliant

DAWGS vacant property security solutions adhere to local property ordinances, ensuring that your properties are always up to code.

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