Securing a window with restrictors

29th September 2016 - 3 Comments

UPVC window restrictors supplied and fitted

windowcablerestrictorsfittedlocksmithglasgow-r.jpgI had a job yesterday. My client lived in a ground floor flat in the southside of Glasgow. She was looking for some type of window restrictor that could provide additional security and provide a safe haven for her cats preventing them from escaping out onto the street.

For safety reasons the restrictors had to be removeable. I.E. the window had to be able to open fully should there be a fire.

What I fitted was Jocloc cable restrictors.

The locks were fitted with clutch screws meaning that they could not be removed.

Each lock came with a key.

The cable length was tailored to the homeowners needs.

The locks took around 10mins each to fit. 6 were supplied and fitted and I provided a 1 year guarantee for peace of mind.

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trueframe Said:

Valuable window security insights, practical advice and clear explanations on using restrictors for enhanced safety. Thanks for sharing

trueframe Said:

Great tips for securing windows with restrictors. Your blog provides practical advice on home security, and the detailed explanation of window restrictors is informative.

trueframe Said:

This article effectively outlines the importance of window restrictors for enhanced home safety. It provides clear and informative content, making it a valuable read for anyone seeking practical tips to secure their windows.

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