TruFrame have recently upgraded their hardware range with a free upgrade to Yale friction stays and a new suited range from Mila, along with the promise of extended warranties, as the Liniar fabricator continues to invest in products from proven, quality-led global partners.
Yale branded friction stays are now a free upgrade with the added re-assurance of a 10-year warranty, while the Yale shootbolt option for all casement windows now boasts a comprehensive lifetime warranty. This includes compensation in the unlikely event of a break in of up to £1,000 for home insurance excess and the same amount towards repairs or replacements, call out fees and up to £1,000 for general compensation, which combined makes for the most robust financial pledge of any hardware warranty in the UK.
The new Mila offering extends to all handles, espag locks and composite door hardware for the solid and secure Endurance Doors range. There’s a 10-year mechanical warranty on everything, backed up by a 10 year surface finish warranty on all powder coated finishes and 5 years for the PVD plated colours and brushed silver.
David Firmager, managing director of TruFrame commented: ‘As much as we rely on Liniar as our proven profile partner, we’ve built the same level of trust and understanding with Yale and Mila. It’s now a true partnership with each of these key hardware suppliers, who we believe offer the very best products in terms of design and long-lasting performance.
He continues: ‘With the recent decision to change to the Avocet 3-Star ATK cylinder which carries Secured by Design, a stamped British Kitemark and is tested to the highest Sold Secure Diamond standard by the Master Locksmiths Association, we now believe we have the strongest hardware range in the uPVC manufacturing sector.’