Hide in Style with a Creative Hidden Door

April 28th, 2008 by BallerHouse

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When it comes to hooking up a hidden door in your crib, you essentially have three options: you can build one yourself, you can purchase a premade revolving bookcase from an ordinary wood-working company, or you can opt for a precision hiding system from Creative Home Engineering.

As Creative Home Engineering states, “a thief can’t burglarize a room he can’t find.” So, to make sure your hidden door stay hidden, Creative Home Engineering offers a number of non-traditional hiding machines. Sure, they’ve got the standard revolving bookcase and sliding wall panels. But, the company also constructs hidden doors from grandfather clocks, fireplaces, paintings, stairwells, and other household fixtures. They also offer an option that allows your hidden door to double as a vault door, so your valuables stay double protected.

Priced from $5-$250K, you’ll probably want to make sure you’ve really got something big to protect to make the purchase worth your while. But, even if you don’t, Creative Home Engineering claims that a quality hidden door can make a solid investment from an appreciation standpoint. And, if you’ve got nothing to hide, the bragging rights are definitely worth something as well.

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Available through: Creative Home Engineering

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