Ex­ceed makes your home safer

Central Leader - - Sport -

Busi­ness Sys­tem Award, have for more than 16 years been help­ing New Zealan­ders cre­ate bet­ter, safer, smarter homes.

Statis­tics tell us there are more than 57,000 re­ported bur­glar­ies in New Zealand per year.

The ma­jor­ity of th­ese are en­cour­aged by the house­holder who pro­vides op­por­tu­ni­ties in the form of open win­dows or lack of qual­ity se­cu­rity door and win­dow hard­ware.

The New Zealand­made range of Al­bany latches and dead­locks are not only ro­bust and se­cure, they can colour match or con­trast with your join­ery colour scheme.

Fit­ting coloured join­ery com­po­nents is a fash­ion­able ser­vice Ex­ceed can sup­ply for you.

Loose, worn or tired latches on win­dows not al­ready fit­ted with se­cu­rity locks, pro­vide added op­por­tu­nity to forced en­try.

Se­cur­ing your doors and win­dows with dead­locks is a sim­ple and ef­fec­tive way to re­duce the chance of be­ing bur­gled.

To make your life eas­ier though, all your door and win­dow locks can be con­ve­niently keyed alike, us­ing just one key.

Bro­ken wheels in slid­ing or bi­fold doors can cause dam­age to tracks, in­creas­ing the cost to re­pair.

Ex­ceed Fran­chise Own­ers carry more than 30 dif­fer­ent mod­els of re­place­ment door wheels in their vans.

Home own­ers can be con­fi­dent that their Ex­ceed Fran­chise Owner will have the right parts for their job.

Your friendly and pro­fes­sional lo­cal fran­chise own­ers can visit your home and ad­vise on how to im­prove your home se­cu­rity, cre­ate a child-safe home and fix any win­dow and door prob­lems.

Home­own­ers ap­pre­ci­ate that Ex­ceed not only guar­an­tee their work­man­ship and hon­our all prod­uct war­ranties, their fran­chise own­ers dis­play full iden­ti­fi­ca­tion and wear pro­tec­tive shoe cov­ers when work­ing in your home.

Visit www.ex­ceed.co.nz and book a visit on­line or call free on 0800 37 37 10.

In ei­ther case, at no cost to you, your lo­cal fran­chise owner will call you back to dis­cuss how he can help.

Old han­dle: Due for re­place­ment.

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