Twenty-five percent of all burglaries occur when the burglar gains access to the property via a window. Dont let yourself be in that quarter. Having secure locks on your windows is a lot more important than you may think.
Especially if you have a lot of valuables in your home or place of work. Ensure your home or business is completely secure by upgrading or replacing the locks in your windows with our high standard products.
Our window lock products
Our wide range of window locks are available at great low prices, in a variety of finishes!
We also make sure that they are very easy to install so that even if youve never seen a window lock in your life youll have no problem with it.
Whether you have wood, metal or UPVC double glazed window frames we have locks to suit every single type. Here at Lock Shop Direct we only supply the best brands and we have window locks from Era, Ingersoll, Yale, Basta and many more meaning that we only offer the best quality Window Locks at affordable prices.
Different types of Window Locks
When choosing a Window Lock you must consider the type of window design and the material, so whether the window is made from wood, aluminium or UPVC. Although some window locks will secure different types of windows. Most Window Locks are designed to work specifically with each type of window. So you have to make sure that you buy the correct one for your home.
Wooden sash windows which allow the window to open by sliding the lower window panes up will include a sash fastener but this is not considered a lock and can be replaced by a sash window lock or used in conjunction with a Dual Screw Lock or a Sash Stop Lock.
Which basically just means that your sash window will be extra secure!
Another thing that is important to note is that metal window locks should only be used with metal windows and will surface mount to the window frame.
UPVC Window Locks can be supplied with or without a handle to either replace your existing lock or to add additional secondary security.
You can also consider Window Restrictors, while not necessarily a lock, they do aid child safety and are useful for families with small children by determining the amount the window will open.