ERA Home Security has recently renewed its membership with Secured by Design (SBD), the official police security initiative.
Established in 1838, ERA is a leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of the whole security eco system, including smart security, door and window locks and hardware. ERA is recognised for its proven expertise in the development of innovative solutions and has provided peace-of-mind to homeowners for generations.
Product innovation begins with ERA’s design and technical teams, who are responsible for engineering quality and performance into every security system and piece of door and window hardware. The end result is a complete suite of products that have been manufactured with durability, ease of installation and functionality in mind.
From trusted window and door security products, to the latest in smart security solutions, ERA has a wealth of knowledge and a vast product range to fulfil all customer needs, including its industry recognised brands, Zoo and Fab&Fix.
ERA has an extensive product list under its Locks and Hardware range and a Mail Delivery range that has achieved the Police Preferred Specification.
Helen Downer, UK and Ireland President of ERA’s parent company, Tyman plc, said: “For almost a decade, ERA has worked in close partnership with SBD to provide professionals and their customers with a comprehensive portfolio of smart and traditional home security solutions that deliver complete peace of mind.”
“We look forward to working in close collaboration with SBD throughout 2021 as we continue to develop innovative security solutions that deliver the very highest standards in reliability, protection and certification.”
SBD Development Officer, Hazel Goss, added: “It has been a great pleasure to renew contracts with ERA, who have been members since 2012. I am looking forward to many more years of working alongside them.”
SBD is the official police security initiative that is owned by the UK Police Service with the specific aim to reduce crime and help people live more safely.