The first line of protection in the home is locks that we install on our door. When it comes to home security it is important to install secure locks, after all a home is the one place that we are meant to stay completely safe. When it comes to locks there are many types , some more innovative than others. Nonetheless each does the job so take a look and pick whichever best suits you.
The “keyless lock is a genius invention” according to Andy at Maldon Locksmiths. The lock itself is made up of a computer chip. The chip has a factory setting code that you will then reset with your own code. The lock will then open allowing you access. This method of locking is particularly favoured within offices. This is due to the fact that in an office environment many people need access, which can be difficult with the use of keys. After all not everyone can be trusted with a key.
A deadbolt lock is initially fitted 2 inches into the doorframe. It is important to make sure that the mechanism is fully fitted to ensure that it is safe from anyone attempting to use force to break in. Alternatively there are multiple different types of deadbolt locks available to specially fit each door A deadbolt lock is perhaps the most recognised of all and ultimately get’s the job done though it is not without it’s faults.
Typically just turning the key in the keyhole can access most doors. This raises alarm bells as anyone can get hold of a key and this makes it easier for them to access your home and quickly at that. A lever lock not only do you have to enter the key but you also have to pull the handle up. This then releases the bolt in the mechanism allowing you to gain access. This done in opposite (turning the handle down when turning the key) will then lock the door.