One of the best ways to protect yourself and your family is to ensure that your home is properly secured regardless if you’re there or not. Majority, if not all, of homes these days come with some type of locking mechanism whose main purpose is to keep intruders out and keep valuables in.
Locks are usually placed on doors, windows and any other implement that would serve as the ingress or egress of the structure with the homeowner having at least one or two keys on them and a few more that are strategically placed around the general perimeter in case they lose or forget their main keys.
Most people who don’t want to take risks employ two or more door locks to better protect themselves and their property. Some even go to the extent of using multiple lock systems for even greater protection. With society progressing as it is, door lock technology have remained almost the same for the past decade with electronic locking systems being introduced just recently. Traditional locks are still the preferred system as they’re more reliable, flexible and don’t rely on electricity for their locking potential to be used.
Electronic door locking systems supply great value if you are in an area where electricity is constantly flowing and blackouts are unheard but a disadvantage for using them is its complexity, the additional power and very specific structural and electrical requirements which doesn’t always fit into one’s budget and/or style.
Traditional locking systems ar purely mechanical …