uPVC Window Security Locks: Everything you need to know about TruFrame’s Focus on Security
Although uPVC is best-known for its energy efficiency, one of the key factors homeowners also consider when upgrading their windows and doors is security.
uPVC window security locks and overall window and door security is something we take very seriously and is a big part of our process when manufacturing our products.
After all, if the window you’re installing is faulty, does this really give you the confidence to leave the job knowing your customers will be safe and happy with their purchase?
At TruFrame, we pride ourselves on the services we offer to installers and homeowners, which is why no product will leave our production line without having been through rigorous testing and meeting our high standards.
In this article, we’ll look at how our highly-secure hardware can position your window installation company above the rest.
Secure frames with added benefits
Our frames have been specially-designed to be the best in the business: both in terms of thermal efficiency and security.
Sporting one of the best profiles currently on the market, our frames not only help homeowners save money on their energy bills, but are Secured By Design-accredited, meaning they’re certified as one of the most secure home products in the UK.
As with any accreditation, Secured By Design products bear the hallmark of specialist, highly-secure product that consumers can trust, which is why we believe our frames are head and shoulders above the rest.
Our emphasis on design ensures homeowners receive safe and secure products, whilst not compromising the stylishness of fully-customisable frames.
And with added benefits such as environmental friendliness, 10-year guarantees and energy efficiency, our products can be sold at higher prices than worse alternatives for good reason.
Safety, security, confidence
We go the extra mile to make sure all of our frames are fully fitted with Sac hardware locks, ensuring top-level safety and security.
Whether it’s uPVC window security locks or top-of-the-range door locking mechanisms fitted in our products, our focus on safety and security should not only give your customers the confidence to choose you to install their windows and doors, it should also give you the confidence to actively recommend the TruFrame brand (if the customer hasn’t asked for it already).
We strive to remain at the forefront of window and door security, as we know this is in high demand with homeowners, therefore ensuring our uPVC installers come in top when homeowners make their choice.
The full package
We want our installers to feel confident when bringing our products to market, so we ensure our trade support is second-to-none.
From 24-hour turnarounds to the state-of-the-art QuoteBuilder, our installers can pass on many of our benefits to their own customers and deliver a fantastic service.
If you’re interested in how we ensure our installers receive the best-possible products with the best-possible service, read our 9-step process here, or if you’re looking to offer the highly-secure uPVC frames, get in touch today to become an installer.
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