Cylinder: basic, standard or high security

Cylinder: basic, standard or high security

If you type “experienced locksmith in my area” in your browser, you can be pretty sure that there is one nearer than you think. Professional locksmith company is going to let you choose between various security options for your property, matching your individual...
Invest in security and save on your insurance

Invest in security and save on your insurance

While applying for your home insurance, having industry-approved locks in most cases is going to give you a discount on the normal premiums. The more secure your locks, the cheaper your premiums, because a well-protected property equals a lesser risk for the insurer....
BS 3621 standard – how to upgrade your locks

BS 3621 standard – how to upgrade your locks

Most of us have an Euro Cylinder lock fitted to our external doors. However, not all euro cylinders are burglar resistant and approved by the Police and insurance companies. BS 3621 is a well-known lock standard established by British Standards Institute (BSI) for...
Ultion keys and why to choose them

Ultion keys and why to choose them

Most security locks have only 5 or 6 pins. Ultion lock uses as many as 11. There are 294970 unique Ultion keys combination. Ultion locks are the most popular and reliable security options on the market. Thanks to their extraordinary design, you only need one Ultion...
Are night latches insurance approved?

Are night latches insurance approved?

Invariably popular night latches, sometimes referred to as “Yale locks” or “Rim locks” are surface-mounted locks that are not morticed into the door. They come in different sizes and designs. But how to know which night latch is approved by insurance agencies?  ERA...