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Changing to a eurolock

rocker123rocker123 Posts: 3Member Listener
Hi I am on here on behalf of my wife.

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  • rocker123rocker123 Posts: 3Member Listener
    We have had a new door fitted with a new multipoint lock. Can we replace it with a euro lock or can we make it work like an euro lock?

  • rocker123rocker123 Posts: 3Member Listener
    Under the Equality Act 2010 we do not need to worry about cost due to the fact she is registered disabled under the Equality Act 2010.
     
  • Pippa_ScopePippa_Scope Posts: 5,856Member Disability Gamechanger
    edited July 2018
    Hi @Andy_Assistive/ @Ryan_Assistive, is there anything/ are there any resources you can suggest? 
  • Andy_AssistiveAndy_Assistive Posts: 44Scope advisor Courageous
    Hi @rocker123
    This isn't really an assistive technology question as what you are referring to is a mechanical door locking mechanism. However I'll do what I can.
    If its a new door I'd have a chat with the company that supplied and fitted it as they will know if the locking unit in the door can be replaced with a euro lock. Otherwise a locksmith should be able to advise.
    The other option that you may want to consider is some of the smart locks that are available as they can be controlled by a mobile phone rather than a key.
    Andy
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