Looking for a more secure lock for the exterior doors to my house. Have looked
at Sargent, Medeco, Schlage Everest Primus, Mul-T-Lock as well as some that seem
not to be readily available in the US, like EVVA and Abloy.
I'd just like to hear some opinions on the pros and cons of each of these locks,
as well as any alternatives I may have missed. Also, if I wanted to do install
something like an Abloy Protec deadbolt (for its claimed resistance to bumping)
or something similar, how would I obtain these in the US?
On Fri, 06 Jan 2006 23:58:30 -0500, Stian Oksavik wrote:
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO THIS YOURSELF!!! Installing locks requires the skills
of a trained Locksmith and attempting this procedure yourself will more
than likely result in a botched job
You need a person like this guy:
See all of those key blanks?
They may all look alike to an untrained layperson, but once you know the
inside secrets of the Locksmithing trade, you can unlock the potential in
each one of those blanks.
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