window lock

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Synonyms for window lock

a lock attached to the sashes of a double hung window that can fix both in the shut position

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Prime-Line's sliding window lock and wrench is a new improvement on the basic common sliding window lock; it features a turn wrench to secure the lock in place.
Smaller children can kneel on the closed part of the lid as a height boost for reaching and operating window locks.
Window locks are inexpensive and readily available in hardware stores.
I got burgled two years ago and yes, I had window locks on all my downstairs windows.
A HELP the Aged have a free leaflet called Security in your Home, which is sponsored by Era Products, who offer a wide range of door and window locks.
Suspect drilled through UPVC frame and window lock to get in.
Use a window lock and a strong grille or heavy wire mesh if the window opens.
Up to 45,000 elderly and low income households will be given grants to fit new door and window lock s as part of a Home Office crackdown.
A window lock forces the thief to break the glass risk attracting attention.
I tried the window lock in the dark, so as not to wake myself up but German window locks are different.
Leo's dad Corie has described the fall as the most frightening moment of his life - and has blamed TURN TO PAGE 2 FROM PAGE ONE housing group Whitefriars for ignoring his repeated calls for window locks.
From fitting smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, grab rails and stair banisters to installing door and window locks, the HandyVan service does all this, and more.
Rachel Murphy She tried fitting window locks in but council refused because of fire safety
When you open windows, please use window locks or limiters to prevent them from opening fully.
We are asking residents to please keep your home secure, use door and window locks especially when you go to bed and keep valuables out of sight.