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We hope you find these tips useful for securing your home and business premises. Please click the links to read the complete articles.
Timber doors are best secured with a Lockwood or Whitco deadlatch, or a carbine deadbolt. These can be locked on both sides which can prevent your valuables being easily removed from your home if someone breaks in through a window. Read the full guide here… timber door locks
Sliding doors are best secured with a Whitco blaxland sliding door deadlock or a carbine patio bolt. Sliding doors are a favoured point of entry for burglars as sub-standard locks are often easily forced open and belongings quickly removed from your home. Read the full guide here… sliding door locks
Sliding Window Locks:
Sliding windows are best secured with a carbine sliding window lock or a security grill. Sometimes it is worth spending the extra money on a fixed window grill in bedrooms for both security and fresh air. Read the full guide here… sliding window locks
Security for the Elderly:
Making the right choice of locks, door handles and other security products will make life safer and easier for the elderly or those with health problems. Read the full guide here… security for the elderly
Security Doors and Window Grills:
Looking to secure your home or property but don’t want to lose your ventilation or feel too boxed in? Find out what you should be looking for when considering a security door or grills. Read the full guide here… security doors and window grills
Install Your Own Window and Door Locks:
If you are handy with the tools and follow our helpful hints, there is no reason why you can’t try to install your own locks. As always, it’s a good idea to take a moment and read the full guide here… install own window and door locks
Casement, Awning & Double Hung Windows:
These are best secured with carbine or Whitco window locks. The locks need to be simple to operate. Some windows can be locked partly open to provide fresh air and security.