Post & Beam garden motorcycle workshop

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I'd go for some stronger hinges that are fixed with security bolts myself - they look like they can be undone allowing access.
 
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I'd go for some stronger hinges that are fixed with security bolts myself - they look like they can be undone allowing access.

The hinges are thick enough for what they do, the mountings have been hidden and will be attatched through the doors with coach bolts,
Job jobbed.

It's a valid point though as many people will spend £20 on a tough as nails padlock,
but forget that the hinges could just be unscrewed!

I'll also be fitting hinge bolts and fit a strip over the door gap to prevent one-shot crowbarring.
The bikes inside are all anchored with big bastard chains, additional locks etc.

When the electrics are in it will also feature a deafening alarm and strobe lights - you can never be too careful(!)
 
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