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Finally I have got a lock that I am completely satisfied with. Are you worried of theft and burglary at home? Nothing else can be a safer solution than having a key pad lever door lock for your house. Install it now and lead a tension free life. The Lever Door Lock is now the standard lockset for commercial applications. Knob locks were replaced with levers hence the name Lever locks. They came about due to ADA regulations and laws. And now the only door locks used in commercial applications and are finding their way into residential applications. This lock is activated by pushing or pulling down on the handle this will release the latch and open the door.
If you have an antique style house you may want to stay away from satin nickel lever door handles because satin nickel gives off a more modern look. Instead oil rubbed bronze or polished brass may be a better idea. In addition to the style and look of a particular door knob there is also a technological aspect to the hardware as well. For instance to beef up security on a house many homeowners install door knobs that require a finger print in order to gain access. They many even take it one step further and install ones that require a security code in order to gain access to the house.
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The best lock for you will depend on the material of your door the type of door and the level of protection you require. Here we take a look at the types of locks available and some of their applications. Mortice sashlock - for timber doors. This type of lock is a mortice lock combined with a handle that operates the latch mechanism. This allows you to open and close the door without the need for a key and to lock it with a key as you leave the house. A three lever sashlock provides a mid-level of security whereas the five lever version provides a higher level. Five lever locks are usually used on back doors which require high levels of protection. Three lever sashlocks are typically installed on internal doors which need to be lockable.