Door Locks

We hold a variety of door locks including:

British Standard Nightlatches

A British Standard is a minimum standard that a product must be manufactured under before it is recognised by the relevant authorities as a quality product. The British Standard stamp is widely regarded as a sign of quality and is signified with the kitemark.

British Standard High Security Nightlatches provide maximum security to replace most existing front door locks. Automatic deadlocking prevents the extended bolt being retracted by a credit card. We stock British Standard Nightlatches from the following manufacturers: Asec, Era and Yale.

Double Locking Nightlatches

The Double Locking Nightlatch is a face fitted, non handed design enabling both left and right handed operation; and the striker is designed with a 3 hole fixing for additional strength and security.

Deadlocking Nighlatches

A deadlocking night latch is the same as a basic night latch, except you can turn the key on the outside one full turn (opposite to opening) that will then lock the latch in the closed position. You will not be able to open the lock from the inside as the handle will be disabled.

Traditional Nightlatches

The Traditional Nightlatch Door Lock has been designed to replace most existing front door locks, providing additional security to exterior and interior doors.

Rollerbolt Nightlatches

The Roller Bolt Nightlatch has a roller bolt which holds the door in position when unlocked, preventing you from being locked out if the door closes.

Rim Cylinder Nightlatches

These are designed to provide added security whilst working in conjunction with a standard sash/dead lock.

Mortice Deadlocks

These have a keyhole and a locking bolt that goes back and forth and are most commonly found on entrance doors rather than internal doors. This is because the rely on a relatively large mechanism, which slots into the interior of the door. 

Mortice Sashlocks

These feature a handle-operated latch mechanism. This means you can open and close the door without having to use the key, but can still lock the door when you leave the building.