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  • Protect your home with

    6 Armstrong Road, AlbanyAuckland 0632, New Zealand

    www.yalelock.co.nz

    For customer feedback: info.nz@assaabloy.com

    ASSA ABLOY New Zealand Limited

    For full details of the Yale 10 Year Mechanical Warranty visit www.yalelock.co.nz

    THE YALE BRAND, with its unparalleled global reach and range of products, reassures more people in more countries than any other consumer locking solution.

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    protect your homea practical guide to home security.

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    That's what home security is all about,

    the freedom to enjoy life without having

    to worry.

    So take a few minutes to read this booklet

    and see how easily you can protect your

    home with Yale.

    Whether you are on holiday, at the beach or just playing a round of golf, you need the reassurance that your home is safe and your possessions are secure.

  • contentsHOME SECURITY

    Statistics 1

    Securing Your Home 3

    Going Away Checklist 5

    WINDOW SECURITY

    Window Classification 9

    Awning Window Security 11

    Casement Window Security 13

    Double Hung Window Security 15

    Sliding Window Security 17

    DOOR SECURITY

    Door Classification 21

    Entrance Door Security 23

    Back Door Security 25

    Sliding Door Security 27

    French Door Security 29

    Additional Door Security 31

  • home security

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    There are now over 40,000 reported burglaries in New Zealand per year, although estimates indicate the figure to be higher, with many not being reported.

    There is now a burglary approximately every 13 minutes.

    Insurance claims for burglaries are now more than $180 million, and about 20% of victims are uninsured.

    Burglary victims have an increased risk of being burgled again within the following 6 months.

    Most burglaries (approximately 75%) are committed during daylight.

    Windows are the main point of entry for a burglar at approximately 66%, compared to 33% through a door.

    The majority of burglaries (approximately 85%) are committed by the amateur burglar who looks for an easy opportunity.

    The majority of burglaries occur as a result of an opportunity in the form of open windows, unlocked doors or through lack of quality hardware.

    By fitting locks (as well as monitored alarms and security lighting) you can discourage the casual, amateur thief looking for an easy opportunity.

    Fit window locks to prevent easy entry. Remember breaking glass makes noise and attracts attention.

    Deadlock accessible windows to ensure that they cannot be opened easily even after glass is broken.

    Glue glass louvre slats in place (use epoxy resin), or fix security bars across louvre windows.

    Double deadlock front doors to prevent possessions being removed once the burglar is inside your home.

    Fit patiobolts or deadlocks to sliding and hinged doors.

    If you think theres a prowler outside dont get scared - get angry. Turn on all the outside lights, turn off all the inside lights, and make a very loud noise.

    Join your local Neighbourhood Support and Neighbourly group.

    www.ns.org.nz

    burglaries do not occur by chance

    take control

    STATISTICS

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    1 Fit security stays to all accessible windows for ventilation when home. Lock windows when going out.

    2 Fit locks to accessible windows.

    3 Install external lighting and alarms as appropriate.

    4 Fit locks to any window that opens in your garden shed. Lock ladders and tools in the shed or the garage.

    5 Back doors are often fitted with a simple two lever mortice lock or key and knob which should be used in conjunction with a strong deadbolt. The back of your house is often more vulnerable than the front.

    6 Fit a lock with a deadbolt to all external doors including the connecting door between the garage and the house.

    7 Fit hinge bolts to outward opening hinged doors, top and bottom. Fit sliding door deadlocks with an anti-lift device to sliding patio doors. Fit patiobolts to deck or patio doors.

    8 Keep shrubs trimmed so that they do not cloak any intruders activities. Display warning signs.

    How secure your property is depends on your attitude to home security. A positive attitude means making the effort to ensure the most important steps listed below are taken.

    Fit reliable locks to all doors and windows. Install a quality monitored alarm system. Put security markings on all your property. Join your local Neighbourhood Support and Neighbourly group.

    New Zealand Fire ServiceA secure house should also be a safe house. For your safety, the New Zealand Fire Service recommends that each living area and bedroom be fitted with at least one smoke alarm and that every bedroom/living area has two ready means of exit in the event of an emergency.

    securing your home

    SECURING YOUR HOME

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  • 1 Lock all doors and windows, including garage, house and garden shed.

    2 Cancel postal and newspaper deliveries.

    3 Lock away all tools and ladders.

    4 Arrange for lawns and shrubs to be trimmed while you are away.

    5 Mark all your possessions with your own security mark.

    6 Display Beware signs if you have a dog or alarm - advertise it.

    7 Leave a radio on quietly.

    8 Do not close your curtains.

    9 Leave appropriate internal light(s) on, connected to a timer so lights are switched on at night only.

    10 Advise your neighbours of your plans. Arrange for mail to be collected if possible or held by the postal service.

    11 Advise your Neighbourhood Support or Neighbourly group.

    12 Divert or unplug your phone.

    going away checklist

    The following are useful ideas and should be used as appropriate for your situation

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  • window security

  • window classification FINISH OPTIONS

    AWNING WINDOW

    DOUBLE HUNG WINDOW

    Check the style of windows in your home to see which locks are right for you.

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    RECOMMENDED SECURITY RECOMMENDED PRODUCT

    1 Restrictor stay on either side of the window 180mm above sill

    Guardian Securistay Securistay Safetystay

    2 Deadlocking lock to one side of window handle

    Pushlock Presslock Sashlock

    3 Deadlocking window handles in place of existing handles

    Wedgeless Deluxe Fastener Avon Locking Fastener

    RECOMMENDED SECURITY RECOMMENDED PRODUCT

    1 For vulnerable windows fit deadlocking key operated bolts

    Pushlock Presslock

    CASEMENT WINDOW

    SLIDING WINDOW

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    RECOMMENDED SECURITY RECOMMENDED PRODUCT

    1 Restrictor stay on top or bottom of the window, 180mm from the hinge

    Securistay Safetystay

    2 Deadlocking lock above window handle

    Pushlock Presslock Sashlock

    3 Deadlocking window handle in place of existing handle

    Wedgeless Deluxe Fastener Avon Locking Fastener

    RECOMMENDED SECURITY RECOMMENDED PRODUCT

    1 For vulnerable windows fit deadlocking key operated bolts

    Pushlock Midibolt

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    SilverBrown

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  • GUARDIAN SECURISTAY

    Window restrictor limits window opening. This allows for more secure ventilation and provides child safety. Automatically re-engages and can be disengaged for wider opening.

    Timber Aluminium

    Available finishes:

    Also recommended: Securistay Safetystay

    PUSHLOCK

    Compact deadlocking bolt with convenient and safe push to lock and key to deadlock operation.

    Timber Aluminium

    Available finishes:

    Also recommended: Presslock Sashlock

    WEDGELESS DELUXE FASTENER

    Secure deadlocking fastener with push button to lock or key to unlock operation. Face fix and sub fix models available.

    Aluminium

    Also recommended: Windowbolt Avon Locking Fastener

    SECURISTAY

    Lockable arm restricts window opening for safer ventilation. Can be disengaged for wide opening window.

    Timber Aluminium

    Available finishes:

    Also recommended: Guardian Securistay Safetystay

    awning window security

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  • SECURISTAY

    Lockable arm restricts window opening for safer ventilation. Can be disengaged for wide opening window.

    Timber Aluminium

    Available finishes:

    Also recommended: Guardian Securistay

    MIDIBOLT

    Deadlocking bolt with push to lock and key to deadlock operation.

    Timber Aluminium

    Available finishes:

    Also recommended: Securistay

    WINDOWBOLT

    Secure and concealed mini window bolt. Key operated to shoot bolt into frame.

    Timber

    Available finishes:

    Also recommended: Securistay Presslock Pushlock

    casement window security

    SASHLOCK

    Turn to latch and key to deadlock. Available in sub fix and face fix models to suit most aluminium windows.

    Aluminium

    Available finishes:

    Also recommended: Securistay

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  • PUSHLOCK