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Modplan switches to Yale shootbolt locking

Leading VEKA trade fabricator Modplan has just announced it is changing its shootbolt locking system on its casement profile ranges to Yale. Chris Reeks, Modplan’s Sales Manager, said, “Whilst the current system has proven to be a robust and reliable product, the introduction of the Yale shootbolt locking system will bring a product name to the market that is better known to the general public.”

He adds, “To add further value to our customers’ marketing, every Yale shootbolt is covered by the free Yale Secure Scheme, which safeguards homeowners’ insurance excess should they be victim to a break-in through the window.”

Chris was also keen to point out that there would be no cost to the upgrade. “With the benefit of the Yale brand name, the backing of the Yale Secure Scheme and no additional cost involved it really is a product to boost our customers’ sales!”

The quality of the Yale shootbolt locking system is evident from its features. The system has Secured By Design and PAS 24 accreditations and comes with a ten year mechanical guarantee and a ten year security guarantee.

The Yale shootbolt locking system will be available on Modplan’s Matrix 58mm, Matrix 70mm and Fully Sculptured products in the coming weeks. The change will mean the company’s choice of lock on its casement windows will match the Yale door locking system used on its single and double doors.

Chris concludes, “We are renowned for the quality of our product offering and by fitting Yale shootbolts we will be enhancing that reputation and helping our customers to secure more sales.”

Modplan manufactures and provides a comprehensive range of products that includes three VEKA profiles and Vertical Sliders, VEKA composite doors, PVC-u and aluminium patio and bifold doors, the Warmcore Folding Sliding Door, complete conservatories, the Vertex solid tile-effect roof, glass and polycarbonate conservatory roofs and the Vertex Open Canopy. For more information on any of Modplan’s products and support, simply Ask the Man from Modplan.