UNION is lending its support to the third annual National Home Security Month.
Launched by UNION’s sister brand, Yale, National Home Security Month is a countrywide initiative, scheduled to run throughout October 2016. It aims to raise awareness around home security, offering tips and advice for keeping homes and belonging safe throughout the winter months.
UNION – a division of ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions – will be providing advice on product testing and quality control. Boasting over a century of experience in securing residential and commercial properties, the company is well-placed to cover such issues.
UNION will also be creating a comprehensive, informative post for the awareness month: the piece will look into total home security, exploring the use of traditional security solutions for protecting the entry points to homes and the valuables within.
A number of ASSA ABLOY brands – including Mul-T-Lock, ABLOY and Yale Door and Window Solutions – will be supporting National Home Security Month. Other supporters include Screwfix, Maplin and B&Q.
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