Beat the burglars’ Fairco promise up to €6,500 break-in compensation

Fairco Jim Toal Protection Promise

Innovative windows and doors company Fairco have introduced a Protection Promise to beat the burglars and are offering up to €6,500 compensation if their new high-security windows are breached. The Dublin-based company have also brought in a home renovation grant to ensure customers don’t lose out now that the Government scheme has ended. “With our Fairco Renovation Grant we are giving customers a cheque for 13.5% of the total purchase value when they transform their home,” said Fairco Managing Director Jim Toal. “That is the equivalent of the VAT on the work done and we will give it back to our customers to spend how they want.” Fairco are so committed to providing top-level home security the company is offering customers a Protection Promise of up to €6,500 compensation in the event of a break-in.

“All our windows are now burglar resistant as standard, thanks to a security guarantee backed by Yale, who are known worldwide as the leading name in home safety” said Jim. “Our windows and doors offer outstanding protection against forced entry, and every component is independently certified, adding an extra layer of security to your home. “Now fitted as standard, the Yale Rapide lock is tested beyond all measures of extreme attack and has 300% more contact than standard window locks for a better seal and higher security. “Under our Fairco Protection Promise, if a break-in is caused by failure of a Yale component, we at Fairco will give you a cheque for €2,000 to compensate for the inconvenience of the break-in attempt. “We will also provide you with up to €2,000 towards home insurance excess, up to €2,000 towards repairs or replacements and up to €500 on call-out fees to secure your home.” A wholly owned Irish company, Jim Toal of Fairco Windows and Doors has over 35 years’ experience in the trade. “We want our customers to have a five-star experience with our Protection Promise and our Fairco grant.”

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