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The right deadbolt is a great way to ensure security and peace of mind for your home or business. With our selection of Emtek deadbolts at the ready, finding the right choice is easier than ever. This is one of the most trusted brands on the market thanks to their overall durability, quality, and long-lasting nature.
With our wide inventory, Emtek deadbolts are available in many styles and a variety of functions for different applications. Choose from a range of options in terms of type, finish, and size when shopping our inventory of Emtek deadbolts. You can order Emtek deadbolts as single cylinder, double cylinder, single sided and even keyless. Not sure which one to order? Here is a brief description of each:
Single cylinder deadbolts are the most commonly used. Single cylinder deadbolt options will need a key to unlock and lock the door from the outside. From the inside the door can be locked or unlocked with simply turning the thumb turn mechanism.
Double cylinder deadbolts have a keyed cylinder on both sides of the door and require a key to lock or unlock the door from either side. Please note that in the event of an emergency such as a fire you would need a key before being able to unlock the door and escape. This type of deadbolt isn't ideal for every location and is commonly used in glass doors.
Single sided deadbolts are the more common option and have only a thumb turn on the inside of the door so no key is required to unlock it from the inside. The bore hole for the deadbolt is drilled only partially through the door, so from the outside you don't see the deadbolt. If the door already has a bore hole completely through the door, this type of deadbolt will not work for the door.
Keyless electronic deadbolts do not require a key to enter, but you can use one if you wish. Keyless deadbolt locks are programmable so you can create your own custom code for locking and unlocking the door. This is a great solution for a secure home and not worrying about losing keys.
If you have any questions while shopping our selection of deadbolts from this trusted brand, please contact us. Our knowledgeable staff is happy to assist you in finding the right outcome.
Q: Are Emtek deadbolts good? A: Yes, Emtek deadbolts are some of the best deadbolts on the market. In fact, they have some of the highest average reviews from customers on our website! Emtek is a well-respected brand worldwide, especially because of the versatile styles they offer at such affordable prices. Q: Are Emtek deadbolts grade 1? A: Unfortunately, it’s difficult to say what grade Emtek deadbolts are, since the information doesn’t seem to be listed on the company’s website. With that being said, some Emtek deadbolts may be grade 1 while others are grade 2 or 3. If you’d like to know the grade of a specific Emtek deadbolt, get in contact with our customer service department, and we’ll be happy to track down the answer for you. Q: Is Emtek secure? A: Yes, Emtek locks are secure. Emtek is a globally trusted brand that has been in business since 1981, which means the team behind Emtek has decades of experience when it comes to home security. In terms of durability, function, and style, you really can’t go wrong with an Emtek lock. Q: Who makes Emtek locks? A: Emtek is a subsidiary of Assa Abloy AB, which is a Swedish conglomerate of brands that offer home and commercial security solutions. Though the parent brand is Swedish, each Emtek product is assembled in the Emtek Southern California facility. Basically, the company is owned by Assa Abloy AB, but locally makes all of its own products.