Bereco’s Tilt & Turn windows, Opening Outward French Doors and Sliding Patio Doors have achieved Secured By Design and Part Q compliance, guaranteeing their ability to prevent unauthorised access to dwellings.
Bereco’s Tilt & Turn windows, Opening Outward French Doors and Sliding Patio Doors have been tested and certified to PAS24:2012 by BM TRADA, an established SBD-approved third party accreditation body.
This completes Bereco’s offering: it now boasts comprehensive Part Q and Secured By Design compliance, with all products in its range holding certification.
Approved Document Q has been designed to prevent unauthorised access to dwellings. It aims to ensure that any doors, windows or rooflights which could permit entry into a building are able to resist physical attack.
Bereco believes that its ability to supply Part Q-compliant timber Sliding Patio Doors sets it apart from other providers of high security products in the industry. It prides itself on its ability to provide secure timber windows and doors to trade and retail sectors throughout the UK.
Its products can provide adequate security for the domestic replacement market and those working on new build projects.
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