Yale has announced Tradelink Direct as a new partner for SensCheck, the company’s range of integrated smart door and window lock sensors.

The partnership will see the fabricator supply all its Soteria composite doors with SensCheck compatibility as standard. This will enable homeowners to check the status of their doors and windows using their smartphones and devices while providing an outstanding smart advantage for installers.

The company recently launched its Soteria cross ply solid core and foam filled composite doors which have been developed specifically for the UK market.

Managing Director Stuart Judge said: “As well as fitting SensCheck compatible hardware as standard on our Soteria lift-lever composite doors, our Soteria auto-firing composite doors will also come with Yale Lockmaster AutoEngage and Platinum TS007 3 star cylinder because I feel it is important for the consumer to see a brand story across all of the high quality security hardware.”

Nick Scott, account manager at Yale Door and Window Solutions, said: “Door and window manufacturers are recognising the smart security opportunities as more and more homeowners start to invest in smart home technology and creating smart ecosystems within their properties.”



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