The best way to keep insurance agents happy, and give yourself peace of mind at the same time, is to make sure that your business concerns have only the best in high security locks installed by reputable and qualified locksmiths from Godby Safe & Lock.
All quality high security locks should employ a restricted keying system. These keys will hold an individual patent, and can only be copied or replaced by a certified locksmith that has been approved to do so. Ordinary keys can be easily duplicated by anyone skilled in doing so, because all of the forms are so similar, and lock proprietary patents. For added security, insist on having those keys registered as a signature only key. This means that an authorized signature would be required, and verified by the locksmith before duplicating.
Ordinary locks can easily be breached by any lock pick purchased on the internet today, with just a little practice. With the pick resistant measures installed in today’s high security locks, even the most patient of burglars will find it impossible to breach them. Some models actually feature some obvious differences on the outside, only to hide more defences inside the locks themselves.
With an ordinary lock, they can be easily breached using a standard drill, by drilling a hole at the top of the cylinder and creating a shear between the inner cylinder and its surrounding housing. With high security locks, they are especially designed to resist such measures, and all the drilling in the world will not force these locks to be opened.
Dedicated burglars, when faced with a difficult lock, may resort to physical force to break through the door. High security locks today come with reinforced striking plates, backed up by an interlocking deadbolt for just this kind of situation. Even if they cannot force the lock, there is no way that they will breach the door.
Long lasting for years to come
Finally, high security locks are simply built better. They incorporate the finest of materials in their construction, typically brass and steel, and there are no die-cast pieces within them that can be easily tripped or broken.
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