What is the FlapLock™?
The item features adjustable catches that allow for users to set the FlapLock™ to either locked (typically through the night) or unlocked (when expecting mail – e.g. in the morning).
The FlapLock™ is fitted to the rear of the door with the use of a pair of industrial strength adhesive pads that firmly fix the item to door. Additional security fixings are also supplied with the product to increase the resistance of the item further.
Please note: Both versions of the FlapLock™ will not prevent arson where an accelerant is used.
Who uses the FlapLock™?
The item is popular with Fire & Rescue, Police forces and Housing Associations, as well as domestic home owners looking to secure their property.
Throughout many organisations, the FlapLock™ is widely used with both security and fire reviews undertaken – helping to improve the security of properties.
The FlapLock™ Range
The Classic FlapLock™ FL01
The FL01 variation of the product is simple to attach to the property door with the use of a pair of industrial strength adhesive pads that firmly fix the FlapLock™ to the door and comes complete with additional security fixings.
The Heavy-duty FlapLock™ FL05
The FL05 is popular with commercial clients who have a requirement for a long term solution for properties that may be vacant for a period of time, but have the potential for the letterbox to be used again at some point in the future. The heavy-duty FlapLock™ is a versatile product and helps to protect homes across Britain.
What is a letterbox blanking plate?
A letterbox blanking plate is designed to block off access to your home via a letter aperture in the external property door, helping to prevent security issues such as arson attacks, vandalism, anti social behaviour and theft.
Letterboxes are one of the most vulnerable points of your home, by removing this issue by using a letterbox blanking plate, you increase the security of your home.
Why would I use the FlapLock™ as a letterbox blanking plate?
Yes. The FlapLock™ can be used as a letterbox blanking plate by engaging the security catches which blank off the door, but the catches can be left opened if you are expecting a mail delivery.