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Intumescent – the Why, Where & How!
Fire door safety, and ensuring the latest standards/specifications are being met, has been a major talking point since the Grenfell
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Maximum Security
  For anyone determined to keep their properties and premises safe and secure, we’ve long advocated an investment in our
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Electromechanical offers maximum security
Here at William Channon we like to consider ourselves to be both innovative and versatile. It’s for this reason, perhaps,
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Assisting the Police
Here at William Channon, we’re proud to be active in our community . . . Our responsibilities to those around
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CLIQ for key control
Increased confidence in the economy has led to a number of new start-up businesses opening across the country, and it
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Are your cylinders enough to give Houdini a challenge?
Illusionist and escapologist Harry Houdini always insisted that it was a Birmingham locksmith who gave him “one of the hardest
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Vigilance is key
Vigilance. You should never underestimate its importance. In regard to crime prevention and security, this cannot be stressed enough. Be
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Secure those opportunities
The audacious £200 million jewel heist that took place in Hatton Garden during the Easter Weekend has underlined one thing
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Take that break…
Planning to take a trip this Easter? It’s the perfect time for getting away, recharging the batteries and taking a
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Siren 6000 on wall-HR
Some alarm ing facts!
Do YOU have an intruder alarm? Really, you should. The reason? Burglars don’t like them. It stands to reason. You
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Given that tools can be used to gain access to the home, it’s so important to keep everything safe and secure. Doing jobs in the garden? Don’t forget to put away/lock up afterwards....

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