OK, now my man shed is pretty good inside, I need to secure the door.
I've already got an alarm fitted which is great and the bikes will all be chained up inside apart from one running loose.
There are two windows which are too small to get a bike out of and a wooden door. the door is secured by some big hinges and a mortice lock. I'm sure a big bloke with a crowbar could get through that in a few minutes though.
Now I like the look of the door so don't want to replace it. I was thinking that maybe, there are bar locking systems that can be fitted to existing doors. I've had a look around but can't find anything. I'm thinking something that bolts to the door and then activates two or three locking bars. Has anyone got experience of anything like this?
Or am I on a hiding to nothing and should I just fit a solid hard wood door and frame with hinge studs and a good mortice lock?