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Vectis Door Locks

The ERA cylinder free lock is our latest high security option. With a traditional mortice key the door doesn’t need a euro cylinder because the key engages directly with the multi-point lock. No cylinder means no risk of the door being opened by a burglar snapping, bumping or manipulating the cylinder. The lock edge of the door is then completely wrapped in a 3mm powder coated aluminum strip, top to bottom and front to back creating a seamless single finish.

Combine the lack of cylinder with the patented interface between the mortice mechanism and the multipoint lock, the hardened steel anti drill plate and the 2 opposing hook lock configuration – Door-Stop doors with this lock are PAS024 accredited and offers the same level of protection as doors supplied with TS 007 3 Star cylinder and handle combinations. Doors with the Fab n Fix or new stainless steel furniture ranges can be built using the ERA mortice lock for no difference in price, and are supplied with 3 traditional mortice keys as standard..

MACO SECURE – Approved Installer

Seemore Glass is an approved MACO SECURE installer.

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Edwardian conservatories offer a clean and simple look with strong bold lines.

An Edwardian Conservatory gives optimum space for maximum interior floor space.

The Edwardian conservatory classic, clean-lines have been desired for decades and have a universal appeal that will impress you and your visitors.

Please contact us with your Edwardian conservatory requirements or for more information on Edwardian conservatories.

General Security Tips and Advice


1. Keep your keys away from windows and doors

Don’t leave your keys or ID documents within easy reach of doors, letterboxes or windows.

2. Lock your windows and doors

Sounds simple doesn’t it? But you’d be amazed at the number of people who leave windows and doors unlocked.

3. Make it look like someone is home

If you go out make it look like someone is home. Install timer switches linked to lights or a radio .

4. Install a visible burglar alarm

A visible burglar alarm is a powerful deterrent.

5. If you’re going away cancel milk and mail

Cancel deliveries such as papers, milk and other items if you know you will be away for a while.

6. Lock away garden ladders and tools

Burglars will often use ladders and garden tools to break into your property. Keep them secure and locked away in a garage or shed.

7. Keep side gates locked and wheelie bins behind them

Side gates are an easy way to gain access to your property, especially if they’re left unlocked.

8. Buy a safe

Invest in a safe for valuables and sentimental items.

9. Install outdoor lights

Increase visibility at night to deter burglars.

10. Register your valaubles at immobilise.com

Photograph and mark valuables and sentimental items with your postcode and house number/name. Register them at immobilise.com.

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