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To update your home security, keyless locks are becoming an increasingly popular choice for residential use. Keyless entry locks are exactly that, locks that do not require keys for entry. No one likes to be locked out of their own home, or have to pay for a locksmith to get back in. Keyless locks are a hassle-free way to ensure that you retain access to your home even if you lose or forget your keys.
Featuring Keyless Locks From The Following Brands:
About the various types of keyless locks available in this collection:
Every keyless lock comes with a keypad on the exterior of the door and the capability to have multiple access codes programmed at once. With keyless locks and deadbolts, there is no need to rekey your doors. To change the electronic entry, simply reset the access codes, and your home security is automatically updated.Most of the residential keyless options we provide run on battery power. They also feature a backlit keypad for easy use at night. And if your battery power runs out, most of our keyless options also feature a keyed cylinder for emergency access. We are proud to offer keyless products from some of the most trusted hardware brands on the market, including Schlage, Kwikset, and Emtek.
When searching for keyless locks for your home, there are four different variations to choose from.
The two downsides to mechanical locks are that they do not have a backlight feature, and they need to be removed from the door in order to be reprogrammed. Choosing between so many options for your hardware can sometimes be difficult, so please reach out to us for assistance if you have any questions!
Q: Can keyless door locks be hacked? A: The unfortunate truth is that any lock that uses the internet to function can be hacked. It’s of the utmost importance that your home’s wireless network is secured with a strong password. You should also never enter sensitive information into your phone while you’re connected to a public WiFi network, like those within coffee shops. Q: Are keyless locks good? A: Yes, keyless locks are becoming more and more popular in residential applications because you no longer need a key to enter your home. You can program them with a bunch of different codes, depending on the product that you choose, and some even allow you to lock and unlock your home from your phone. If you don’t want a lock that connects to WiFi, there are plenty of options for electronic keypads that can only be unlocked by entering the correct number combination. Q: What are keyless locks? A: Keyless locks are locks with a keypad, which means that instead of inserting a key in order to unlock the door, all you have to do is enter the right number combination. The style and function of each keyless lock will vary, especially between companies and manufacturers. You’ll never have to worry about losing your house key again, though! Q: Which keyless entry is best? A: The keyless entry that YOU think is best might not be the one that someone else thinks is best, but we can point you to the product that has the highest average reviews in this selection, and that is the Schlage Elan Keypad Entry Auto-Lock. On the other hand, the product that has been reviewed the most is the Emtek EMTouch Modern Keyless Deadbolt. To decide which keyless entry would be best for you, browse your options or give us a call for a second opinion.