Fullex make door security priority this festive season!

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It’s nearly that time of year again; homes are soon to be filled with expensive gifts and gadgets.

But with the festive season soon to be upon us, there’s never a better time to step up your home security!

Christmas is one of the busiest times for criminals and we want to make sure your customers’ homes are protected.

Our Christmas TV Ad

Our TV advert is soon to be aired nationwide to highlight the importance of door security and making sure homes are securely protected to keep criminals at bay this December.

Product testing, quality and security have always been at the forefront of what we do.

The advert highlights the importance of having door hardware that are stamped with the ‘Secured by Design’ approval by the Association of Chief Police Officers and have been tested to prove effective against crime.

With this in mind homeowners are encouraged to ask installers for UAP cylinders and Fullex multi point locks when upgrading their door security.

With the help of Sean Wilson who played Martin Platt for over 20 years on Coronation Street, UAP cylinders and Fullex multipoint locks will be showcased across a number of TV channels nationwide.

So, as a manufacturer/ installer who install Fullex locks, this can help you stay ahead of competitors who don’t offer our products.


Our UpgradeMyLocks brand has been going from strength to strength, educating the public on common lock burglary techniques and how upgrading their door security can help prevent this.

As with our summer TV advert campaign, the launch of our christmas advert aims to encourage the consumer to make door security priority to keep homes safer.

The end of the advert will direct consumers to the UpgradeMylocks website where they can find out more information on UAP and Fullex and how to protect their homes over the festive season.

Find out more about UpgradeMyLocks here.

Keep your eyes peeled for our TV advert, due to hit TV screens this December!

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