Contractors will appreciate Yale’s ongoing focus on building functionality with these finely-designed ANSI Grade 2 YH Collection deadbolts. The Premier Deadbolt “face-removable” design provides easy access to the solid brass cylinder without having to remove the deadbolt from the door, and this is a significant benefit for multi-family and multi-unit projects commonly requiring... Click Here to Read More.
Contractors will appreciate Yale’s ongoing focus on building functionality with these finely-designed ANSI Grade 2 YH Collection deadbolts. The Premier Deadbolt “face-removable” design provides easy access to the solid brass cylinder without having to remove the deadbolt from the door, and this is a significant benefit for multi-family and multi-unit projects commonly requiring re-keying. The Select Deadbolt offers ANSI Grade 2 strength and security with standard access to the cylinder, while all YH Collection deadbolts are supported by Yale’s lifetime limited finish and mechanical warranty. The YH Collection offered by Park Avenue Locks begins with the YH 82 Premier Single Cylinder Deadbolt, latch-operated outside with key operated inside (with thumb turn). This Premier Deadbolt is face-removable, providing easy access to the solid brass cylinder. Additional features include ANSI Grade 2 specifications rating, availability in nine distinct finishes, available KW-1/SC-1 keyway (E1R [Para] keyway available for deadbolts and levers only]), solid brass key cylinder and housing, front removable deadbolt cylinder, heavy-duty shroud and added anti-pry security. The YH 83 Select Single Cylinder Deadbolt and YH 85 Select Double Cylinder Deadbolt both feature similar specifications as the YH 82, while the YH 87 Select One-Sided Deadbolt with Plate boasts a latch that’s operated inside with the thumb turn.
Any door that has been secured without a deadbolt lock often serves as a tempting target for burglars and intruders. It’s a well-known fact in the security circles we here at Park Avenue Locks travel in that two-thirds of all burglaries involve forced-entry, which in most cases involves kicking the door in or prying it open from the door jamb. The same way the presence of a metal door or solid core makes it much more difficult for a burglar to break into your home, a vital security add-on comes in the form of a deadbolt lock.
We can say with confidence that in order to fully protect your home or apartment from the menace of petty thieves and burglars, you should make it your business to have a Yale deadbolt lock installed in your home by a professional locksmith.
The following are some reasons why deadbolt locks can provide more security for your home as compared to traditional padlocks:
Heavy Gauge Metal – Deadbolt locks, such as Yale deadbolt products, normally offer as much strength as possible and won’t give way easily if challenged by a burglar; the strongest locks with deadbolts usually cost more – like everything else – but experts in the security industry all agree they are worth the added expense.
Solid Metal Strike Plate – The strike plate is the part of the deadbolt that secures the lock into the door; this isn’t always made of steel, so it is essential for you to check for the strongest strike plate available on the market if you’re serious about security.
Resistant to Saws – Most deadbolts are designed with movable internal pins, and when burglars attempt to break through a deadbolt lock by sawing it, they come up against these pins; the saw merely spins the pins around, but won’t make any meaningful progress in getting through the deadbolt.
In addition to the increased security level Yale dead bolts can bring to your place of residence, you can also have your locksmith help you with the installation of metal lock guards for additional security. Contact a Park Avenue Locks representative today to learn more about Yale dead bolts.