How secure are the windows and doors you’re installing?
The last thing any homeowner wants to deal with is a break in, that’s why providing our suppliers with products that enhance home security is one of our greatest endeavours.
In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the ways in which TruFrame windows and doors are leading the way in home security, providing both you and your customers with added peace of mind.
A secure frame
TruFrame windows or doors are manufactured using groundbreaking uPVC technology. Liniar’s highly advanced uPVC profile system has been meticulously designed to meet both the technical and functional requirements of a secure frame. Liniar is Secured by Design accredited, making them the gold standard for uPVC frame security.
All Liniar uPVC systems contain built-in reinforcement structures which provide increased rigidity and reduce the need for costly and unwieldy structures.
Unbeatable locking systems
Every TruFrame window and door is fitted with Yale locking systems and come with a 10-year mechanical guarantee so your customers will be safe and secure in their homes. Just like our Liniar frames, the Yale Lockmaster® locking systems we use are accredited with Secured by Design which indicates the highest possible level of protection against forced entry.
For the ultimate in home protection, our Vista Premium Composite doors are fitted with an ATK Cylinder as standard. The ATK locking system has a feature that causes the central cam to lock in the event of an attack, making the door almost impossible to open from the outside, but still functional from indoors with a key.
As installers of windows and doors, you’ll know the importance of providing products that not only look great but go above and beyond when it comes to security. Partnering with a supplier that shares these values is key to providing great all round service. So if you’re looking for a supplier you can trust, choose TruFrame.
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