Are you using the best locks on your doors?
There are many kinds of locks for many kinds of doors – but how do you know which door locks are right for your needs? To help make your decision easier, we’ve provided explanations on two types of door locks that we provide to customers that can help you determine what best suits your needs.
Cypher Lock: Used extensively in government offices around the world, Cypher Locks are vandal resistant. These door locks use keypads that are connected to a controller whose codes can only be changed by physically plugging different conductors into the controller in a specific order. Without having physical access to the controller (which is mounted on the secure side of the door), it is impossible to hack into these locks, as the controllers are not connected to a network, nor does a computer program them. If safety matters most to you, look no further than Cypher Locks for your business or your most precious belongings.
Push button Lock: If you are looking for keyless entry that’s very secure, but not quite as Fort Knox as a Cypher Lock, push button door locks are a solid choice. You, as the owner, set up the combination on the touch keypad and can only gain access into the lock with the correct code. Like Cypher Locks they also have no wiring and use extremely long-life batteries. Codes can be any combination of letters or numbers and can have more than one code to grant access if desired.
Here at Eastway Lock & Key, Inc., we care deeply about your security and want to make sure that you get the right door locks for your needs. Our Charlotte, North Carolina family business carries a North Carolina Locksmith License and has been a leader in the security industry since 1976. Trust in us, and we’ll minimize all your security worries.
At Eastway Lock & Key, Inc., we install door locks in Charlotte, Concord, Indian Trail, Huntersville, Mount Holly, Marvin, Rock Hill, and Waxhaw, North Carolina, as well as Myrtle Beach, Fort Mill, Surfside Beach, Garden City, Little River, Conway, Murrell’s Inlet, and Pawleys Island, South Carolina.