Locks for doors and windows
We at Safeguard can offer you many types of locks, for example, interior doors, exterior doors, window locks, padlocks, control locks, fall locks, lock cylinders, and electrical locks. They can function individually but can also be combined. Locks are something of a symbol of security and safety.
Which type of lock you should choose depends on both safety and function requirements. Should the lock be closed and opened frequently or just a few times a day? Should the lock be connected to other safety systems such as access systems or alarms?
Contact us at Safeguard, and we will be happy to provide you with free security advice.
Did you know that?
In 2017, 5444 burglaries were reported at workplaces. This is an increase of 56% from 2013. This shows statistics from the Crime Prevention Council. SFF Stöldskyddsföreningen says that a large part of theft and damage can be avoided and prevented with preventive work and clear routines.
What different types of locks are there?
Easier control locks are suitable for offices, homes, and storage. Approved control locks are used, for example, for shell and entrance doors. Fall locks do not require a key to be closed and used for certain entrances and interior doors. Electric locks provide flexibility and, at the same time, great security possibilities, not least where it is important to be able to lock quickly.
There is always a good reason to try to prevent crime as far as possible. Investing in a security solution that suits your company can be decisive when the thief arrives. The costs are small if you compare, but what the consequences can be in a burglary. Try to think about how the thief thinks, then you will quickly find your local weak points.
Always change locks if you move into a new room. You never know how many keys are copied to the door.
Some things to consider
- What kind of lock do you need, depending on safety and function requirements?
- Are there any special safety requirements to be followed?
- How many keys do you need?
- Is it a lock that should sit on a public building or residential building?
- Should the lock be connected to any other security system, such as an access system or alarm?
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7 tips that
protects you from burglary
- Make it look like you’re in the room. Leave the light on inside and outside.
- DNA mark your valuables.
- Use your imagination when hiding valuables. Thieves know where we usually hide our valuables.
- Always call 112 when you suspect an ongoing burglary.
- Have good locks everywhere, both on doors and windows. Alarms are also always good to have to scare off the thief.
- Be observant in your area and help each other neighbors. The thieves can, for example, dress as artisans to blend in.
- What the thieves are targeting most is less of value, such as cash, phones, and small technical gadgets.