Brothers Locksmith Services in Allgood AL
Brothers Locksmith in Allgood AL offers a full range of locksmith services, including lock installation and repair, master keying, car door unlocking, and much more. The company is a member of the South Carolina Locksmith Association and serves customers throughout upstate South Carolina, including Seneca, Walhalla, Westminster, Fairplay, Clemson and surrounding areas.
A locksmith can rekey your locks so that they work with a different key. This is cheaper and faster than replacing the lock. The locksmith will remove the lock cylinder and change the pins or tumblers inside. This will prevent the old keys from working. They will then install the new cylinder and key and test it. This is a great option for homeowners who are concerned about losing their keys or who have recently moved into a new home and don’t know who else may have a copy of the keys.
Rekeying is a common service for new homeowners. It can be a cheap and quick way to ensure that only the new owners have access to the house. It’s also a good idea if someone who had a previous set of keys lost them or were stolen. The only downside to this service is that it does not replace the lock itself, just the key pins.
This lever is designed to offer reliable security for medium to high traffic areas. It is available in ten finishes and four lever styles, making it an ideal choice for office doors, banks, retail spaces and hotel guest rooms. This lever is also easy to install and requires minimal maintenance.
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Grade 2 ANSI/BHMA Rating
Grade 2 locks are suitable for light commercial applications such as offices, retail spaces and hotel guest rooms. They are more secure than standard knob and lever locks, but they don’t offer the same level of protection against vandalism or heavy usage. They must pass a series of performance tests to achieve this rating, including cycle, strength and security tests.
The Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) work together to develop and publish performance standards for builders hardware. These standards have cycle, strength, security and dimension requirements that products must meet before they can be certified. These standards include tests that measure the amount of forcible turning a lock can endure, and the number of cycles it can withstand before it fails. These requirements vary between the three grades.