Residential Locks

Residential Locks including pushbutton locks, knob sets, lever sets, deadbolts, handle sets, door closers, patio door locks, padlocks, door viewers, old style mortise locks, mailbox locks, key cabinets and accessories.

Residential Locks There are 36 products.

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  • Door Closers

    A door closer is a mechanical device that closes the door after it is opened.  Some door closers allow you to adjust the strength or speed of the door closer, as well as the back check, this prevents the door from being opened or closed too fast and causing damage to the door.

  • Door Viewers

    A door viewer is a small opening in a door, that is used to see outside from inside without opening the door.

  • File & Furniture Locks

    File cabinets, cupboards, desks, showcases, etc. are used to secure, organize, store, and display documents and valuables.  These cabinets have many different types, functions and designs of locks. 

  • Key Cabinets &...

    A key cabinet secures and stores unused keys in an organized manner.  They are available in a variety of sizes and styles.  Key tags, identifiers, key baks, and key boxes are also available for your storage, identification, and organization needs.

  • Mailbox Locks

    Mailboxes are used to receive incoming mail for a business, or private residence.  Many different mailbox units, as well as locks for existing mailboxes are available.

  • Old Style Mortise Locks

    An old style mortise lock requires a pocket (the mortise) to be cut into the door or piece of furniture in which the lock is to be fitted. It includes the lock body installed inside the mortise cut-out in the door, and the lock trim and cylinder which are installed out the outside of the door.  Some old style locks can be surface mounted, and do not require the mortise cut-out.

  • Padlocks

    Padlocks are a portable lock that may secure valuables that cannot be traditionally locked.  A padlock consists of the actual padlock body, and the shackle.  The shackle is usually a U shaped loop of metal and is locked onto the body of the padlock, in some cases a hasp is used to lock a building.  The shackle is the most vulnerable part of the padlock.  Many different types of padlocks are available from brass padlocks, to weather resistant padlocks.  Some padlocks use their own special hasp to lock, and do not even have a shackle, these are called shackless padlocks.

  • Patio Door Locks

    A patio door locking bar prevents the sliding door from being forced open.  Keyed pin or bolt locks may also be installed on the door and frame to prevent the unauthorized opening of the sliding door.

  • Pushbutton Locks

    Many doors use Pushbutton Combination Locks which require the user to enter a numeric sequence on a keypad to unlock the door.  These are available in mechanical gear driven combination locks, as well as electronic combination locks.  A mechanical combination can only have one combination at one time.  An electronic combination lock can have several different combinations at one time, the number of combinations vary by manufacturer and series.  The advantage to a combination lock is the ability to change the user code regularly.  Most electronic combination locks rely on batteries or a power supply; however, there are now electronic combination locks available that do not require batteries.

  • Residential Deadbolts

    Most deadbolts must be manually locked with a key, and are more secure, as they have a 1” throw on the deadlocking bolt.  A deadbolt may be either a single cylinder or double cylinder.  A single cylinder deadbolt will accept a key on the outside of the lock, and is operated by a thumbturn on the inside. A double cylinder deadbolt will accept a key on    the inside, and outside of the lock.

  • Residential Handle Sets

    Handle Sets are mainly used in residential buildings for exterior doors.  They feature the convenience of a passage latch with the security of a deadbolt, while still providing an elegant design. 

  • Residential Knob Sets

    Knob Sets are the most common form of lock, and are the most widely used.  Knob Sets operate by physically turning the knob, and retracting the latch, allowing the door to be opened.  In some cases it is difficult for some people to turn the knob and a lever set is used.  They are available in various functions, designs, and finishes.

  • Residential Lever Sets

    Leversets are becoming the most popular choice for commercial as well as residential applications.  By simply pushing down or pulling up on the lever itself, the latch is withdrawn and the door may be opened.  They are very easy to use for children, and the elderly.  They are available in various functions, designs, and finishes.

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