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Keyless locks are becoming more and more common in residential applications. We carry keyless door locks from popular brands like Schlage, Kwikset, Emtek, and more. Most of these allow you to program multiple codes to allow various family members or friends access to your home. They offer the convenience of not having to carry keys or worry about someone losing their key to your home and having to re-key your locks. With a keyless lock, you can re-program the lock should you decide that you no longer wish for an individual to have access. Most residential options featured in our inventory are electronic, use batteries, and have a backlit keypad for easy nighttime use. Choose from the categories below to the find the lock that is right for you.
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About the various types of keyless locks available in this collection:
Electronic deadbolts are battery-powered locks. These deadbolts are generally used with a door lever or knob below that does not lock. This way the doorknob or lever will open and close the door, but the keyless deadbolt will control who can have access to entry. Electronic deadbolts allow multiple key codes with a backlit keypad. Keyless deadbolts also have a keyed cylinder so that you have the option to lock or unlock with a key if you wish. Some of our more popular keyless deadbolts are made by Schlage, Kwikset, Weiser, and Emtek.
Keyless Electronic Levers or Knobs
Electronic or keyless levers and knobs are battery-powered keyless locks. If your door only has one borehole where a knob would go, this is the best option for a keyless lock. A keyless lever or knob controls who has access to entry by requiring a code to unlock. These also allow multiple codes with a backlit keypad. Keyless levers or knobs also have a keyed cylinder so that you have the option to lock or unlock with a key if you wish.
Keyless Electronic Handlesets
Electronic or keyless handlesets have a larger decorative handle below used to open and close the door and an electronic/keyless deadbolt above that locks the door and controls entry. This is a great solution when you want a more decorative handleset on your front door but want the convenience of a keyless lock. Program different codes for the family with these keyless handlesets. They also have keyed cylinders so you can lock or unlock with a key if you wish.
Keyless Mechanical Locks
Keyless mechanical locks do not require batteries for operation. The disadvantage for most mechanical locks is that the lock needs to be uninstalled to change the access codes. However, the advantage is a simple mechanical design where you don't have to worry about the batteries dying or denying access to the user. Mechanical locks from Lockey and Lockstate are popular styles that we carry in our inventory.
Keyless Resort Locks
Resort Locks are a common type of keyless lock used on vacation homes, condos, hotel rooms, offices, and other locations where someone would want to allow access to a building for a predetermined amount of time. For example, if you had a vacation home and wanted to allow a friend to stay from 3 PM August 1st to 10 AM August 15th, you could generate an access code for them using your resort lock software. Your friend would use the code to gain access after 3 PM August 1st and once the predetermined date and time has passed, they'll no longer have access. Keyless resort locks are a great addition to hotels, rental office spaces, resort condos, and for vacation home rental management.
With so many high-quality, name brand keyless locks to choose from, you'll find the right options for your home, resort, office, or other location. Should you have any questions about our inventory of keyless locks, feel free to call us at 307-886-9449 or text 307-352-9449 for more information.
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.