What are MultiPoint Locks?
Multipoint locking systems are found on most uPVC and composite doors. They are the long strip which bolts in to the side of the door.
It locks at multiple points along the frame, hence the name multipoint lock.
It is therefore essential that you make sure your multi point lock is secure and tested to the highest standards. If you are looking to purchase a new door, make you you request that you have a Fullex multipoint lock fitted:
Fullex are one of the oldest multipoint lock manufacturers, and were the first company to achieve 'Secured by Design' approval on their multipoint locks, being membership number 001.
Secured by design are the official UK police flagship initiative, supported by the Home Office and the Planning Section of Communities and Local Government (CLG), as well as many Local Authorities across the UK. Make sure that your multipoint lock carries the Secured by Design logo to make sure that it has been tested to the highest standard. To find out more about Secured by Design click here.
Fullex multipoint locks are design for a number of different doors including:
- uPVC front and back doors
- Composite front and back doors
- Patio doors
- French doors
- Double door locking systems
- Emergency exit doors