Looking for some reasonably priced replacement windows that are reasonably resistant to break in. It seems that most windows these days are internally glazed with decent locks. I've got a couple of quotes, including:
Grady Joinery - ok price, 6 point yale locks
McMahon & Nagle - more expensive, 8 point locks and have got the window certified by UK "secure by design"
I realise that if someone wants to break in they will, but can anyone common comment on the above two options or indeed anyone else I should be looking at? Thermal performance isn't a priority, security is and to a lesser extent price. They're going into a house with an elderly occupant, objective is to buy him enough time to hit a panic button before someone gets in the house.