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Re: Central locking for houses

  • Subject: Re: Central locking for houses
  • From: "Nigel" <nhbroad@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 11:34:27 -0000

I think I can put you in touch with a company that probably still has
the 'Centralock' products.

Alternatively fit a sophisticated alarm system (like Comfort) and perform
various deterrents etc. with logic.


--- In ukha_d@xxxxxxx, "Tim" <tim@...> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a nasty feeling that one of the great unwashed got into my
house last night.  Alarm sounded at 2:30AM and when I went to investigate
all was in order except for the smell of stale tobacco smoke in the
conservatory - when I investigated further one of the doors was unlocked
(our fault I believe).  I think that the scroat must have tried the door,
strolled in, tripped the alarm and fled empty handed.
> This is conjecture because all was exactly as we had left it and the
doors between the conservatory (no PIR) and the PIR that tripped were
closed, as was the external door - I don't know if when fleeing from a
house you would close the doors after you - and had it not been of a
suspicion of smoke I'd not have noticed anything and put it down to a false
> This has spooked my wife, so I have been investigating "Central
Locking" - it would only have to be deadbolts on external doors - I
can't believe it would be a difficult thing to install.  Does anyone have
it?  Know anything about it?
> Tim.


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