Door Locks / September 15, 2018 / Dielle Barrientos
Now that we have established the need to install garage door locks let us look at their varieties by various manufacturers available in the market. One of the best known locks is National Hardware Deadbolt V7651 door lock. This aluminum made deadbolt rim lock is mounted on a lock cylinder from the outside while the body lock is installed inside so as to engage with rectangular notch in the garage lock assembly. This one comes with two keys one for the outside cylinder and the other one from inside at the centre handle that can be turned with your hand. Stanley Hardware Aluminum deadbolt lock & key cylinder 730860: This is another type of garage door lock that is equipped with bolting hubs. The outward key cylinder is made of solid brass and remaining mounting hardware including fasteners plats and cylinder rings are built from metals to provide better safety.
Sticking to Your Spending Budget If you have decided to protect your garage area you could start with checking out the cheapest garage locks available and then consider the protection level you really need. Basic garage door locks are still dependable in terms of security and suitability when securing ordinary objects including garden devices freezers washing machines along with bikes. These locks and handles start at approximately £50 and can reach about £100 for the strongest models. These kinds of locks are compatible with different types of garage doors.
If you are still looking for the best garage door locks to secure your garage here are some advice and information gathered from law enforcement and security systems personnel. Choosing Door Locks Replace standard door locks that usually come with garage doors as they are not resistant to picking hammering and other attacks. For overhead doors that roll up or tilt up secure them with bolts or padlocks that are installed in the center of the tracks one-fourth of an inch above the roller when the door is closed. You can also choose a padlock and bolt combination and extend the bolt into the metal sleeve and have it recessed into the driveway by about two or three inches.