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Medeco Locks

Medeco Locks  Medeco offers a unique combination of mechanical and intelligent key solutions customizable for any application.
Medeco locks high are strong security locks and built to resist physical attacks such as kicking, prying and sawing. Medeco takes it further with a unique cylinder pin system that are picking and bumping resistant.

Mul T Locks

Mul T Locks   High level of Security protection with a Mul T Lock that fits Businesses and residential doors, and made with a durable quality material that provides a pick and drill resistant locks. For maximum key-control and High Security locking, Mul-T-Lock has a complete range of cylinders and locks that address any need your home has.

Deadbolt Locks

Deadbolt Locks   There are 2 types of deadbolt the Single Cylinder Deadbolt that operated with a key on one side only, requiring a key to lock or unlock from the outside and usually by a thumbturn from inside. The other one is a Double Cylinder Deadbolt that uses a Key on both sides, requiring a key to lock or unlock from either side.

Lever Locks

Lever Locks handle locks are mostly used on commercial doors. They are easier to open than door knob locks and they have a a push down style handle. When handicap accessibility is important lever handle locks are been used. Lever locks are used on residential homes as well.

Door Knobs

Door Knobs  can be purchased in a wide variety of styles and finishes. some come with a key. They come in 3 different colors: polished brass, antique brass and satin chrome They come in 3 different types:<br>
1) Keyed knob which is operated by key outside,thumbturn inside.
2) Privacy knob which is operated by an emergency key outside,thumbturn inside.
3) Passage knob lock -This passage lockset is ideal for a closet or hall door where privacy is not important.

Digital Locks

Digital Locks Most digital door locks uses a keypad or it's biometric lock (your fingerprint is used to unlock) or Bluetooth lock.In the past electronic locks used a keypads with a pin number to be able to access. Keypads are still been used although the new models have touchscreen instead of the mechanical buttons and include security features to help prevent burglars attack.

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