It’s important that our customers feel safe in their homes. Many of the products fitted by CGS comply to the high-level security standards determined by Q1 of the Building Regulations (Part Q), PAS 23/24 and other relevant industry certifications, providing enhanced physical security and operating as an effective deterrent to criminals.
If the security of your home is something you’re particularly concerned about please contact our team for advice. CGS have many years’ experience installing glazing and door systems designed to prevent burglaries and deter criminals from attempting to enter your home.
There’s no need to compromise the security and performance of your home when purchasing new doors and uPVC glazing systems.
To provide peace of mind to our customers almost all windows and doors installed by CGS have been tested to ensure their compliance with Approved Document Q building regulations. All Part Q-approved windows and doors must be sufficiently robust and fitted with hardware capable of thwarting a determined physical attack.
Formerly known as BS 7950, PAS 24:2016 is a British standard regarding the level of security offered by external windows and doors. Many of the uPVC and aluminium window and door systems supplied by manufacturers such as VEKA, REHAU and Ultraframe are tested by an independent third-party to ensure they meet the standard, receiving a pass only if they are deemed sufficiently secure.