Sternfenster, a Lincolnshire based trade fabricator, has recently strengthened its partnership with Yale Door and Window Solutions. After having used a range of Yale products over the years, they are now looking to expand their range to include the Yale Lockmaster multi-point lock across their aluminium bi-fold door collection.
This world-class locking system comprises a 28mm backset, multi-point lock that utilises a combination of hooks and anti-lift bolts for greater security. Not only does this lock offer an impressive degree of security, it also achieves smooth operation and ease of use: making it the ideal addition to any product portfolio.
Further to this, with their continual improvement policy always in place, Sternfenster is also responding to the updated PAS24:2016 standard by investing in the Yale Postmaster Professional Letterplate. This means that members of the Sternfenster Installer Network can now offer their customers cutting-edge security, right down to the details.
Mike Parczuk, Managing Director of Sternfenster, commented on the new partnership:
“We’ve seen the bi-fold market boom recently, which is why our focus in on ensuring the members of the Sternfenster Installer Network are able to offer their customers the best the industry has to offer. The Yale Lockmaster boasts superior security credentials, so it was the logical choice for both us and our customers.”
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