High Security Locks
High Security Locks are made of stronger material than regular locks which make it almost impossible to drill the lock. They utilize cylinders that are nearly impossible to pick. The cylinder is designed a certain way that prevents foreign keys from entering it. The key cannot be copied as it is illegal to do so. Only licensed and qualified locksmiths are allowed to by law.
When you purchase the lock you will get a special card that looks like a credit card.
This card will need to be presented together with a photo ID in order to make a duplicate of the key. This process definitely gives you more control over who has a key to your home or business.
These locks are more expensive than the usual locks, but they definitely justify the the extra protection they offer.
My Locksmith highly recommends that you update your regular lock to a high security locks. The extra security eliminates the possibility of the ability of picking the lock or duplicating the key. This certainly reduces the chances of a break-in! With this lock, you can be sure that your home or business is extra secure. Also, our technicians are experts in installing high security locks for commercial and residential properties. They will advise you on which lock will best suit you.
We work with the best sellers in the security industry and offer the most secure locks and keys in the locksmith market for residential and commercial properties. They include: Medeco, Mul T Lock, KABA, ASSA, Schlage and more.
Our Best Advice
When you are looking for high security locks its important to know exactly what the difference is between them all, it is a bit more complicated than choosing simple locks for your home. Each lock has its own features so you need to understand exactly what you are looking for. Right! The more features the lock has, the higher the security.
here is what you should look for:
1. Lock Cylinder Complexity – The more complex the cylinder is, the less likely it is for burglars to break the lock by making a bump key, or pick the lock.
2. Metal Content – The type and quantity of metal from which the lock is made. The heavier the lock means it doesn’t have hollow gaps or cheap plastic or metal parts to reduce production increases.
3. Bolt Strength – Besides the metal content of the lock and its weight, you also need screws made of hardened steel to be resistant to cutting or drilling.
4. Drill Protection – There are two main points you want your lock to be protected from drill and are: The shear line by anti drill plate. The second is where are set screws by steel balls