• Abloy high security locks, mechanical & electric

  • Mul-T-Lock Registered high security locks and access systems

  • Garrison locks

  • Chubb locks

  • Union locks
  • Yale locks
  • Safes - Electronic, dial combination and key lock
  • Digital locks, electric and mechanical
  • Paxton access systems
  • Hotel locking systems
  • Tesa card and proximity systems

Security advice

Good lighting can put off or draw attention to a thief.

The most appropriate form of lighting to use is high-efficiency low-energy lighting, controlled by a dusk-to-dawn switch so that it comes on only when it’s dark. This provides a constant and uniform level of light. It costs very little to run and helps to create a more reassuring environment.

Lights that come on if they sense movement can be annoying to neighbours and dangerous to passing traffic. If you have these, make sure they are directed downwards.

Fit lights out of easy reach - at a height of at least 2.5 metres (eight feet).