Hardware manufacturer Kenrick has signed an exclusive deal with CWG Choices Ltd - the trade fabrication business recently established by industry stalwarts Jason Wilder and Philip de Clermont - to supply the company with its patented Easi-Fit multi-point locking system.
CWG Choices, which operates across two sites in Corby in Northamptonshire and Aldridge in the Midlands, had previously been using two different locking systems on its windows. They had, however found that there were increasing demands for a system that benefited from bi-directional claws and opposing mushroom cams to provide greater security and enhanced weather performance.
Having reviewed the options available, CWG Choices chose the reliable and cost effective Easi-Fit system from Kenrick. This claw locking mechanism provides secure engagement with a substantial die-cast keep and exceeds BS7950 security requirements. Critically, it also features a non-crop design, making it much easier and quicker to fit than many other multi-point locking systems.
Jason Wilder, CWG Choices’ director, says: “We fabricate around 1,000 frames a week, so it’s very important for us to be able to offer high security to end users at no extra cost as well as speed of fitting for our installers. Easi-Fit from Kenrick comfortably ticks both boxes. It benefits from opposing mushroom cams and reverse claws in the middle and exceeds BS7950 and we believe it is the best product in its class available.”
Kenrick is leading supplier of hardware solutions for PVCu, aluminium and timber window and door systems. The company has a proud heritage spanning more than 200 years, having been established By Archibald Kenrick who manufactured buckles and livery fittings. Kenrick’s range of top quality products includes the market leading Excalibur multi-point locking system and the four-point Centurion system. The Easi-Fit and Espagnolette locking systems are extremely cost effective and easy to install.