In English how can I most succinctly convey the state of some item P where it should not only obviously appear to have quality Q, but should also actually have quality Q?
Or (dropping the subjunctive if it's easier): What word means the state of not only obviously appearing to have quality Q, but also, actually having quality Q?
If a door "appears" locked, it might be unlocked. Even if a door "readily appears" locked, it could still be locked. How can I say it not only appears locked but actually is locked, without repeating myself?
For example suppose I'm instructing an employee of my security company on how to properly setup a security system at a customer's house.
How can I most briefly describe the condition that a house will be in after my employee should render it into a state where not only does it have a security system, but also, the fact that it has a security system should now be obvious to anyone from the street?