WHAT TYPES OF LOCKS DO YOU HAVE?
How do I know which type of lock is on my door?
Use this page to identify the most common type of locks found in homes today. Some variations of these locks have been produced; use this to familiarize yourself with the types and functions. You will find the manufacturer’s name is imprinted on the latch face on the thin edge of the door, which is very helpful to know if discussing the details of your lock with our technicians.
HIGH SECURITY LOCKS
ACHIEVE ULTIMATE SECURITY
Is a standard lock and key really secure enough?
That is a question we can help you answer. We offer a variety of options for High Security Locks and Key Control.
In many situations today it is not enough to use conventional locks, cylinders and keys to achieve true security. There is a saying that “locks keep honest people honest”, and there is truth to that statement. But there are also times when you need to do more than keep the honest people out! That’s where High Security comes in.
NEED A PLACE TO KEEP YOUR VALUABLES?
What type of Safe should I have for my home?
Safes offer protection from two categories of loss; Burglary and Fire and are constructed differently for each type of protection. Safes are rated for the amount of time they will rest each potential loss.
Key Control & Do Not Duplicate
LOOKING FOR TRUE KEY CONTROL?
Do the words Do Not Duplicate stamped on a key prevent someone from copying my key?
No! Simply stamping the words Do Not Duplicate on a key does nothing. An ordinary key can and will be easily duplicated by anyone wishing to do so. These words stamped on an ordinary key to an ordinary lock are merely a request to the key hold not to make copies. There are no laws or controls in place that prevents these keys from being made.
Our policy is that we will duplicate ordinary keys that say do not duplicate if the person is willing to sign a simple form stating that they have the authority to get a copy. We do this because we are security professionals and we are serious about security. Upholding a false premise is a disservice to our clients. We have invested our time and resources, and entered into contracts to provide patent protected key systems, high security locks and cylinders and the systems to ensure that no keys will be issued except to the registered owners of the system.