Keeping your home safe and secure

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Home security made easy

There’s a lot to think about when it comes to home security. And with certificates, ratings, and special features to consider, it’s easy to put off the task at hand.

To make things simple, we’ve put together some useful tips. Read on to understand the tools and terms of the trade, and what security means for your home.


Double glazing, double the benefits

We all know that double glazing works wonders at keeping the heat in. But the benefits don’t stop there. Double glazing’s two layers of glass mean that it’s tougher than single glazing — and to a significant degree. This extra protection could make the difference that prevents someone from breaking into your home.

Want the safest possible option? Opt for double-glazing with your Happier Bifolds. These strong materials will make your doors nearly impossible to force open. Your secure frames will stay put as they work to keep intruders out.


Reduce your level of risk

Happierbifolds are tough, secure and feature high quality European grade locks and aluminium for your peace of mind. 

The security of your doors depends on all of the components being of the highest quality, which is why you can be sure that you are making the right choice by buying HappierBifolds. — impressive, huh?


More helpful info

There are a few other things to keep in mind when it comes to home security.
  • Use restricted keys if possible. This will ensure copies can only be made by authorised parties and stop unwanted copies from jeopardising your home’s security.
  • Never post that your home is empty on social media, you might be targeted by burglars. Updating the world with details of your travels only puts your house at risk.
  • Get your neighbours to use your bins when you are away on holiday, or even park in your drive. It makes your absence less obvious to opportunists who could be watching your property.
  • Install security lighting above arms reach to prevent it from being damaged. Protect it with shielding methods such as mesh.
  • Lock ladders or leverage tools away in a tool shed, or leave them out of reach from burglars.
  • Think about retrofitting your locking cylinder with a more secure device. It’s pretty easy and you won’t need to replace the whole lock.