Security Steel Door Windows Gladiator £1199+VAT
Steel frame fixed with bolts and injected concrete
Available in wood finish effect white or grey
4 way Mul-t-lock – operated with 1 key
Mul-t-lock interactive cylinder including 5 keys
Security latch to allow safe part opening of the doorstopper
Supply & fitted with in the M25 area

SPECIAL OFFER: £499 + VAT+VAT
6 paneled galvanized steel door
Door leaf 810mm x 2070mm to fit structural opening of 890mm x 2105mm
1 x galvanized steel frame
1 x lock 101
Euro-profile cylinder & 3 keys
S/S escutcheons (pair)
S/S handles (pair)
3 x hinges
Intumescent rubber


Optional Extras: please call for price
Painting to RAL colour
Delivery & fitting
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Preventing Crime / Crimes Of Opportunity

Most burglaries are crimes of opportunity. 93% of burglaries involve the front door. Burglars like to operate quickly, quietly and invisibly. High security doors and secure windows are very effective deterrents because breaking into them involves so much time, expertise and noise.

The harder you make it for the burglar, the safer your home is:


NINE TOP TIPS TO PROTECT YOUR HOME WHEN YOU GO OUT

Close your side gates
Close the windows that a burglar can use
Security doors protect your property.
Window locks and secure windows are an effective deterrent.
Put your ladders away so a burglar cannot use them to find access
Put garden equipment away: Don't let your shovel become a burglar's tool.
Trim your hedges so the burglar is in view to neighbours and street.
Ensure that entry phones are used responsibly so strangers aren't gifted access.
Keep your valuables and easily carried items out of view.


TEN THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU GO AWAY

Burglars hate being disturbed so turn your property into a risky target. Anything you can do to make burglars think they'll be disturbed in their work is a good thing.

If you're away for a while, try to make your property look lived in:

If you usually park at your home, ask a neighbour to use the space.
When there is snow, ask a neighbour to leave some footprints.
When it is dark, leave some lights on.
Ask a friendly neighbour to vary the lived in look with television, lights, radio and curtains.
Ensure that fliers, newspapers and deliveries don't become a give-away.
Arrange for inaccessible windows to be opened and closed in hot weather.
Arrange for accessible windows to be used if a neighbour or cleaner visits.
Install an alarm or dummy alarm as a deterrent.
A full answering machine can be like a clogged letter box - disconnect it, vary the greeting or stop it from showing you're away for a long time.
If you usually park at your home, ask a neighbour to use the space.

THE THREE KEY RULES

Burglars know where to find the hidden spare key. Give it to someone you trust.
Ensure the keys you leave are safely away from letterbox and windows, ideally out of sight
Do not label your keys. To the burglar, the label simply says "use me".

THE BEST INSURANCE POLICY

Check your insurance is up to date and suitable for your trip. Some insurance policies don't cover for long absence.

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