From the windows to the doors and the roof, we leave no stone unturned when it comes to the security of your conservatory. This ensures that any potential intruders will be unable to find a weak point that they can exploit and force their way inside.
As a result of this, you will always be able to sleep soundly in the knowledge that you and your family are protected against unwanted visitors. When improving your home, peace of mind is not something that you should have to compromise and we ensure that you don't have to.
Conservatory window locks
As windows are commonly targeted by would-be intruders to force entry to your home, you can be certain that the windows on your conservatory will be targets for them too. Fortunately, on every window we install, you’ll find that they are kept secure by the quality multipoint locks that we fit. Multipoint locks tightly secure the door or window to their respective frames at various points, significantly weakening the effectiveness of any forced entry attempts.Contact us for more information
Conservatory door locks
French & patio doors can both be used as the entrance door to a conservatory. But, no matter which option you prefer, you can still expect a secure conservatory. This is because we fit all of them with a high-quality multipoint locking system as standard too. Every multipoint lock we fit is also fully compliant with British Standards for security.View our door options
Toughened safety glass
Although our standard double glazing is highly secure, we bolster the strength of our conservatories by using toughened safety glass. Our uPVC & aluminium bifold doors are also equipped with it as standard. Toughened glass actually consists of two or more layers of glass which are held together by an interlayer. Considerably stronger than standard glass, it’s also designed to break in a safe manner, where individual glass pieces are held together.Contact us for more information
Many of our window options come with internal glazing, whilst our bifold doors also utilise this excellent security feature. What internal glazing essentially means is that the glazing bead of the window/door is located on the inside of the frame and is unable to be accessed from outside. This prevents a would-be intruder from removing any glass externally.Contact us for more information
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