Safety

Safety

Safety

Safety of windows, terrace doors and front doors is critically important to the overall safety of your home. Comprehensive understanding of safety and security includes:
- Security from break-in
- Safety against injury
- Safety of your children, i.e., ability to restrict opening of the products.

Safety and security of in-swing wooden windows systems
We equip our wooden windows with high-security fittings that greatly reduce potential for break-in.
Windows may be equipped with lockable handles that prevent children from opening the windows from the inside.
In-swinging wooden windows allow safe cleaning from inside the room.

Security of Scandinavian window systems
Hinged scandinavian wooden windows are glazed exclusively from the inside, which makes it impossible to extract the glazed units from the outside. Break-in is possible only after the glass is broken. Windows can be made with laminated security glazing or tempered security glazing. Lockable handles or fitting accessories can be used to prevent children from opening the windows.

Security of terrace doors
The standard PSK and HS versions of terrace doors include handles only on the inside, which makes it impossible to open them from the outside.
All terrace doors must be equipped with security glazing: laminated glass should be used to ensure security against break-in and safety against injury. At least, tempered glass should be used for terrace doors to ensure safety against injury when a simplified terrace door version is required.
Scandinavian terrace doors may be equipped with high security espagnolettes. In this case, the hinging device is enhanced with additional hooks that fasten the closed terrace door. The handle of such terrace door is on the inside as well as the lock.

Front door security
Scandinavian front doors may also be equipped with high security espagnolettes. In this case, the hinging device is enhanced with additional hooks that fasten the closed front door. The handle of such front door is on the inside as well as the lock. Security front doors are equipped with two locks: the upper lock, which is opened with a key from both sides, and the lower lock, which is opened with a key from outside and a knob from the inside.