Door Locks. Friday , December 15th , 2017 - 02:20:47 AM
Is you current UPVC door lock out of date of broken, have you seen a better one on a friends door and are thinking about replacing or installing one on your own door? There are a whole range of UPVC lock types available on the market. Whether you have an exterior door that you want to secure or you have interior doors that you want to be able to lock and unlock, you will find an option to work for you. 1. Multi point UPVC locks When a handle is turned, a series of roller cams secure the door. The handle can either be locked in place by a key or simply turned from the inside to lock the cams in position. The more cams that are in place down the length of the door, the more secure the system. 2. Keyed UPVC door locks Classic keyed systems will tend to incorporate a cylinder system. One reason that you should use this type of door lock is because of the level of security that is offered versus for example a multi point system with a handle but no key to secure the door. This type of lock of course requires a key to be able to lock and unlock it, so you can be sure that it will be harder for a thief to get in. It is typically installed on storm doors, patio doors, and any other type of doors that need to be safely secured.
Choose a lock able to work with your existing automatic door closer, remote control device and alarm systems. For safety purposes, make sure that your automatic closers have safety mechanisms that enable them to reverse and stop if they are obstructed. Before installing door locks, make sure that the garage door, hinge mechanisms, rollers, tracks are working properly. See to it also that your door handles, lever, pulls and bells are installed correctly, not only for aesthetics purposes but for convenience. Here are some door locks that you can check out: Keyed Cylinder T-Handle Lock in Chrome This is an all-metal garage door lock from Prime Line, available at hardwarestore.com. It is used together with an interior Swivel Lock Handle or a locking hub and it can replace most overhead sectional steel or wood garage doors keyed with T lock handles. This lock can also be used on doors of mobile homes and recreational vehicles.
Here are some types of keyless deadbolt door locks that you can choose from: Schlage Electronic Pushbutton Deadbolt Keyless Lock You can store up to 19 four-digit codes with this lock, which you can install on your front doors, patio doors or garage doors. It has a motor drive and its battery lasts up to 3 years. It also features a keyway for emergency key use. You can take a look at this lock at nokey.com. Lockey 2210 Deadbolt Combination Lock This lock is operated simply by turning the knob to input your code and can be locked from the inside or outside. It also fits right- and left-hand doors, is weatherproof and can work on any hinged door. You can get more information about this lock and other keyless locks at gokeyless.com. Digital Tag Keyless Deadbolt Lock This deadbolt lock uses electronic tag keys and features an automatic lock option and an alarm for intruders. It is also weatherproof and bullet-proof and it can withstand sawing, hammering, prying and sawing. The most important parts of the lock, including the power batteries, motor, latch mechanism and CPU, are encased in the inner portion of the lock and protected by heavy-duty casing. You can take a look at this lock and similar door locks at brickhousesecurity.com. To make your home and family more secure, install deadbolt keyless door locks. You can also get discounts on your homeowners insurance rates if your home security system is up to the standards of your insurer.
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