Best door lock system?

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  • Wed, Apr 30, 2014 - 09:32am

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    jimmytodd

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    Perhaps you need to customize

Perhaps you need to customize that type of door you need,, a ordinary door can turn to automated with locking system if you are creative enough. You can use http://caldwells.com/ for sample for doors to use.

  • Wed, Jun 04, 2014 - 11:59am

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    MarkLB

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    electronic-door-lock

This is a great product! I found some more information on this website: http://www.archiexpo.com/architecture-design-manufacturer/electronic-door-lock-2096.html

 

  • Fri, Dec 05, 2014 - 07:45am

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    Oliver Levenson

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    Best door lock system

I prefer security doors for my house .It is very comfortable type of door that easy to open and easy to closed.These doors have a high security codes that outsider person can't open the door without the permission of house owner.I saw these type of doors in many luxury houses and in offices also.

  • Sat, Apr 18, 2015 - 04:41am

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    SPAM_leasoncarter

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    Try pre-hang Interior doors

Try pre-hang Interior doors at http://caldwells.com/door-shop, that fit for any type of door locking system.

  • Wed, May 13, 2015 - 10:02am

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    sameer glodan

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    I wonder if any one has a

I wonder if any one has a trick for Provia spectrum door. Very pricey, and well made.
The door comes with aluminum screw caps over the outer edges. I temporarily clipped just half the cover and could not pull it off with out totally distorting or ruining the piece.I installed the door with the help of my local Locksmith and noticed the bottom of the door remained slightly open.

  • Mon, Mar 07, 2016 - 09:23pm

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    Zechariah_J

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    Doors are an important part

Doors are an important part of any adequate home security. You can say that they are pretty much the building blocks used to create robust home security. As such, it is important that every facet of your door is geared toward properly protecting your home. I think it is an amazing idea that you decided to switch out your locks. I would suggest that either the traditional keyed deadbolt or the electronic deadbolt would be a suitable upgrade. In addition to these there are some other improvements you can make to your door to ensure that the deadbolt is working well with it. 

If you happen to settle on the traditional keyed deadbolt, you can work on upgrading the the locking mechanism by using additional security pins that will make it harder for anyone attempting to pick the lock. For both the keyed and electric deadbolt, you can reinforce your strike plate by using longer screws, or reinforce the doorjamb by adding an extra strip of metal or wood. These will each make the door much more resistant to unwanted guests and burglars who attempt to use blunt force to bypass the door. 

In addition to these, if you want to maximum security, I would suggest not settling for just one deadbolt, but two (or more, but i doubt you're trying to turn your home into Fort Knox). Install one that can be opened from the interior and one that opens from the exterior, it allows you to be doubly sure that you are keeping every miscreant out.

Also make sure that you pay close attention to the hinges of the door, if you have hinges that are facing the interior of your home, you should generally be alright. Although it wouldn't hurt to modify them. On the other hand if you have your hinges facing the exterior of your home, you should either replace them so they face inwards or look into making the hinges more secure. The reason I bring this up, is because you can focus on upgrading the locks in your home, but they are only as strong as the other components. You have to view home security as an entire entity and not just one that has minor parts that need to be switched out regularly. 

Make sure that when you are upgrading any aspect of your home to account for added security, that you ensure that all other parts of your home security are working in tandem with the additions. 

  • Tue, Apr 26, 2016 - 07:24am

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    SPAM_Anna Petronella

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    Security in our Door locks

Those are great ideas to ensure security in our door locks. Our door lock system is a smart lock system though it is advisable that we also have the best door lock ( something unique) to be able to protect us when we need it most. I suggest also an installation of an alarm system to ensure safety.

  • Sat, Jun 18, 2016 - 10:01am

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    cahrliesamuals

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    Locks

Totally agreed.

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