It's been ages since I touched a patio. Check you can't lift it off
the rail. It should have a block to prevent that. Any sort of device
that stops it being opened will do for the rest, I think. A set of
removable blocks or a length of lath to wedge it closed. If you wanted
to you could wind the wheels up and lift the unit out and put pieces
of wood into the hollows where you want the locks to fit. They aught
to be a little loose and secured with silicone or gripfill.
If it was me I'd use self tappers and a hasp and staple then a # good
When the insurance company wanted the house brought up to Fort Knox
standards, before they would even consider insuring the place for a 90 day
absence (some years ago), I bought some simple patio door locks from Wickes.
Mounted in the appropriate positions they are very good at resisting lateral
and vertical movement.
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