COMMON TYPES OF COMMERCIAL DOOR LOCKS

Are you seeking out a lock for your commercial business? It’s important to keep in mind that the wide range of locks that are commercially available boast a range of different features, and are all of different quality and efficacy. Before you purchase your lock, you’re going to want to be certain of the location where you are placing the lock, and exactly what kind of lock you’re seeking. Here’s SOS Locksmith’s short guide to the 7 most common kinds of locks available for commercial businesses today.

SCHLAGE
This brand makes both keyed and key-less locks, with a wide range of both home and office security solutions. Schlage locks are tampering resistant and durable, with switchable customization keyways.

ARROW
This company is focused on commercial security, and makes locks that are highly durable. They offer a wide range of lock types including keypad locks, and work along with ASSA Abloy to create impenetrable security solutions for commercial properties.

CORBIN RUSSWIN
This brand is a favorite among schools, government buildings, and other facilities that handle a large degree of public traffic. They can be easily installed, and are tamper resistant – with a curvy, attractive design that complements any aesthetic or decor.

BALDWIN
This fashion forward brand offers both traditional and contemporary hardware in a range of aesthetics from warm to cold and futuristic. They manufacture everything from key-less entry systems, classic door knobs, pocket door locks that are hidden, or even levered door opening systems.

SERGEANT
This lock company makes devices for high traffic areas such as schools, hospitals, and health care facilities. They create key-less entry systems, traditional keyed entry systems, automatically locking keypad systems, and remote fob lock control. Each Sergeant product includes an assortment of complimentary hardware that can maximize utility and convenience.

KWIKSET
This brand created the Smartkey, one of the latest locksmith innovations that allows for owners to easily re-key all locks by themselves – which saves a great deal of money. If you’re working in a situation that has a high amount of employee turnover or people constantly coming in and leaving, this brand is a great choice, as it allows for temporary codes to be given to allow building access at single, specific moments – not to mention their extremely durable, bump proof, and pick resistant locks.

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