The Attested Schlage L9050P 06A Office And Inner Entry Mortise Lock, W/ 06 Lever And A Rose You Can Rely On
Upgrading your locks is a great way to improve the security of your doors. Schlage ND70PD ATH Heavy Duty Classroom Lever Lock - Athens Style is critical because most burglars prefer to enter through the front door. Although glass windows are more vulnerable than solid doors, a housebreaker will always test the doors first. This includes all doors, not just the front, so side doors, back doors, and especially patio doors are included.
This article focuses on the advantages of utilizing mortise locks from National Lock Supply Inc. The strength of each door is determined by its lock. You are susceptible if it is weak and easy to pluck or remove. Therefore, consider the following aspects when buying your mortise door from us.
How the Mortise Locks Work
A typical cylinder lock is inserted through a hole bored into a door and is supported solely by the door material. A mortise lock is a robust metal chassis that is installed several inches into the door’s side. This strengthened construction can deter forcible access. Mortise locks from Schlage ND80PD ATH Heavy Duty Storeroom Lever Lock - Athens Style have more intricate internal mechanisms that make them nearly impossible to pick.
Consider Your Door Design
When buying mortise locks from National Lock Supply Inc, consider if your door is kick-proof or pick-proof. If you’re not sure, you can contact a security expert to evaluate your Schlage L9040 06A Mortise Bath/bedroom privacy lock, w/ 06 Lever and A Rose. Before installing the mortise lock, you should also ensure that your door frames are strong.
Configuring the Hardware
After you’ve selected the style and finish for your mortise lock from Schlage L9040 06N Mortise Bath/Bedroom Privacy Lock, W/ 06 Lever And N Escutcheon you’ll be prompted to select the appropriate parameters for your application. If you select Trim Set Only, no cylinder or mortise box will be supplied. A trim set is not a dummy set, and it is assumed that you already have or will purchase the mortise box and cylinder. To prevent having to drill new holes in the door when replacing a mortise lock, use replacement hardware with the same specifications and arrangement.
Measure the thickness of the door and choose the mortise box and cylinder that are specifically designed for that thickness. The side from which a door opens is referred to as its handling. Although some door hardware has reversible handling, many are only for installation on the right or left side. Face the door from the outside of the room to identify which hand you have.
The handing is on the side the hinges are on.
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165 Harrison Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11206