Owning an older home, especially a historic home, doesn’t mean that you have to compromise on your security. If you are concerned about maintaining your property’s original architecture, consider the security of a keyless entry system. There are few mechanisms as secure as a keyless entry, and you will also be able to maintain the value of your historic home and the original architecture. If you are not sure about making the transition from your keyed entry lock to a keyless entry system, contact our First Lock & Security Technologies experts. We specialize in keyless entry systems and will carefully replace your old locks with an updated design that is both functional and secure.
Remove Old Hardware
The first step to installing your updated keyless entry system is to remove the original lock from your home. Our First Lock & Security Technologies experts will carefully remove your old lock and install the new one. There are several keyless entry systems available on the market, and depending on your current lock, you will either need a single unit or a unit with a separate door handle and lock.
Position New Keyless Entry System
Once your old hardware has been professionally removed, your new keyless entry system is ready to be positioned and installed. Your original unit’s holes will be covered, and your new unit will be secured to your front door. Depending on what type of material your door is made of and the type of keyless entry system scheduled to be installed, your First Lock & Security Technologies professional will ensure that each piece is perfectly aligned to keep your property protected and secure.
Install Electronic Keypad
Once your keyless entry system has been professionally positioned, your stand-alone keypad or keypad and handle will be ready to be installed. Your deadbolts will be lined up, and our experienced technician will ensure that your handles turn properly and the battery is installed correctly. The integrity of your historic or older style home will never be compromised, and you will enjoy the ease of using the system without having to worry about lost keys. The last step is setting up a code to unlock the deadbolt.
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First Lock & Security Technologies has years of experience installing, troubleshooting, and repairing keyless entry systems; if you own an older style home or a historic home and are interested in learning more about upgrading your locks, contact the experts at First Lock & Security Technologies today.