The Dependable Schlage L9453P 06N Entrance Mortise Lock With Deadbolt, W/ 06 Lever And N Escutcheon
Your home is the most valuable asset in your life, and keeping your home and family safe is unquestionably your top priority. You can do many things to improve your home's overall security, but the most basic and effective is to install strong and sturdy private deadbolts and other locking systems on your property. The better the lock mechanism in your home, the higher your chances of preventing a break-in or theft. A deadbolt lock such as the Schlage L9453P 06N Entrance Mortise Lock With Deadbolt, W/ 06 Lever And N Escutcheon from National Lock Supply Inc is the most secure, according to locksmiths and security experts, and is supported by statistics.
So, what makes a deadbolt lock such an effective and durable option?
Benefits of Deadbolt Locks
- A standard or spring lock can be unlocked by retracting the bolt and applying force using knives, crowbars, and other tools. In comparison, a deadbolt lock such as the Schlage L9453P 06A Entrance Mortise Lock With Deadbolt is nearly impossible to breach in this manner. As a result, a lock provides far greater resistance to forced entry.
- Unlocking a deadbolt is highly difficult and may take a long time, making the burglar or criminal reconsider. A door with a Schlage L9050P 06A Office And Inner Entry Mortise Lock, W/ 06 Lever And A Rose is a less tempting target.
- A deadbolt lock put beside an initial door lock provides the second line of defense because it is installed on the inside and hence nearly impossible for intruders to pick. The manner a lock is installed is what makes it so effective and robust for your property's protection. A correctly fitted deadbolt provides smooth operation. You should also check with a Locksmith to determine which doors in your home require deadbolt lock security.
Types of Deadbolt Locks
- Single Cylinder - The most popular type for Schlage L9060P 06A Apartment Entrance Mortise Lock, W/ 06 Lever And A Rose, with an outside keyhole and an inside turn knob. Because a key operates it on one side, it must be mounted on doors with no surrounding breakable glass.
- Double Cylinder - Because both sides of the lock contain keyholes, it is operated with a key on both sides, making it safe even if there is breakable glass near the entrance.
- Keyless systems include a lock installed on the inside and a keypad on the exterior that can be programmed to function using a password or a finger sensor. An example of a lock with this system is the Schlage L9050P 06N Office And Inner Entry Mortise Lock, W/ 06 Lever And N Escutcheon.
National Lock Supply
165 Harrison Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11206