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Before going out to buy just any door lever it would be important to consider any unique architectural features of the home. Additionally while the decor of the room would be an important consideration you also want to focus on choices that would enhance any new decor you might choose in the future as well as what potential homeowners would be most attracted to if you plan to sell the home within the next few years. Even the door itself would be a factor in the decision-making process in that you want the door lever to blend in with the style. Typically as you look around you will discover that door levers as well as other types of door hardware are broken down by category to include antique vintage country contemporary classic European etc.
A key pad lever door lock comes in handy to solve the situation. Recently one guy entered my friends house through the backyard and drilled the lock out at midnight. He then sprayed something inside the house to make everyone unconscious and looted everything. I was just thinking if they had a key pad lever door lock he would not have been able to drill the locks off for these are way too strong and heavy. Day by day thieves are getting updated with new technique to loot. But one thing I have noticed about these burglars is that they loot those who fall prey as an easy target for them. So having a key pad lever door lock is the best way to challenge them and get out of their hit list.
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Rim cylinder - for timber doors. The rim cylinder is the mechanism that fits into a hole through a door and allows a nightlatch to be opened from the outside. Nightlatches are usually sold with a rim cylinder included but you can also buy replacements should you need to. Euro cylinder - for PVCu doors The euro cylinder is a vital part of many locks including multi-point ones used with PVCu doors and also with some mortice locks on timber doors. They are very easy to replace and changing a cylinder is a simple way to change your locks. Prior to purchase make sure that you know the size and type of cylinder you need.