The door on your front entryway not just adds the final detail to the vibe of your entryway and gateway, however, gives well-being to you and your family. Think about a solid, excellent lock as the most fundamental security framework you can add to your house.

Whether you want to upgrade your locks or match the finish of your lockset you can go with these locksets:

Yale Locksets

Locksets allow doors to lock in order to restrict access to an area, and deadbolts latch into door frames and add an extra layer of security when used in combination with standard doorknob locksets. No one understands this better than Yale. Discover yale locksets by Park Avenue Locks.

Features of Yale Locksets:

· Deadbolt operated by key outside and inside

· Available in multiple attractive finishes

· Easy installation

· Lifetime warranty against lever sag and lever spring breakage

· Accepts 6-Pin Cylinders only

· Available in multiple attractive finishes and lever designs

Mortise Lockset

A mortise lockset is a lock that requires a “pocket” – the “mortise” – to be cut into the edge of the door or piece of furniture into which the lock is to be fitted. In most parts of the world, mortise locks are found on older buildings constructed before the advent of bored cylindrical locks, but they have recently become more common in commercial and upmarket residential construction in the U.S. Interestingly, mortise locks are widely used in domestic properties of all ages across Europe.

Feature of Mortise Locksets:

· Latch bolt operated by lever from either side at all times

· Inside lever always free for immediate egress

· Lever is used as doo