Hotel and Bank safety deposit box lock and keys service duplicated, opened and replaced, yeah we do that!
Just some interesting pictures of old antique locks…
Are you looking for a safe that is built with state of the art technology?, made to provide superior protection for your documents and valuables against both fire and burglary.
Known as the Ultimate Protection Machine when it comes to Safes
Hollon Office Safes are rated for an industry leading 2 full hours at 1700 degrees far surpassing the average home safe on the market today. The door construction provides a recessed curvature which supply’s a virtually air tight seal preventing smoke damage during a fire as well. With 3-way locking chrome bolt work, these safes are able to survive a 30- foot impact test simulating a two story fall onto concrete. It also has a anchoring hole on the bottom of the safe and bolting hardware is included.
Easy to use Electronic Lock available on this Safe
The easy to use electronic lock gives you the ability to open the safe quickly, and also offers fast and easy combination change ability. The built in detent feature insures that the door will automatically lock when it shuts, eliminating the chance of leaving the safe unlocked.
*EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS 36 1/2 (H) X 23 5/8 (W) X 21 (D)
* INTERIOR DIMENSIONS 30 5/9 (H) X 17 5/9 (W) X 14 1/16 (D)
* CUBIC FEET 4
* WEIGHT 440 LBS
* 2 HOUR FIRE RATE @1700 DEGREES
* 30 FOOT IMPACT RATED
* ELECTRONIC LOCK
* 3 WAY LOCKING CHROME BOLT WORK
* INTERIOR ADJUSTABLE SHELVES
* AUTOMATIC DOOR DETENT
* FACTORY WARRANTY
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This may not look like much, but you can not operate commercial doors in a building…
Floor safe installation
Hollon B-2500. Rob Kowal of Liberty Locksmiths in Orlando Florida area explains a step by step method of putting in a floor safe in your home.
If you are in need of a repair on your doors or upgrade to a new door Liberty Locksmiths are here for you! We service commercial door of all shapes and sizes 407-260-2727
Can you really put too many locks on a door and have Lock Overkill?
I’m sure you’ve probably seen it somewhere – TV or a movie. The person goes to their front door, opens/turns two or three deadbolts, releases a chain or two, plus the knob – maybe it takes about five or more seconds to undo the locks, then opens the door. So you think, wow… that door’s really secure, right???
OR IS IT?
Let’s think to the simplest form of a door. What is it? It’s an opening in a solid wall, that can be closed and secured.. AND when closed, you’d like it to be as solid as the rest of the wall, for security, right? Right…. In the above scenario, yes, that ONE SIDE of the door is super secure… but what about the hinge side. If there’s only two or three hinges on that apartment/house door, and possibly improper hinges at that, (not having pins in them to secure the door frame to the door when closed) it MAKES NO DIFFERENCE how many locks they have on the door, as a person could get in easier on the hinged side.
This is especially true with ‘outswing’ doors that open to the outside, rather than swinging inside the home. If the wrong kind of hinges are used, or older ones, etc., a person needs only a small hammer, a hole punch or small nail, and they can just pound up the hinge pin, and then with a screwdriver pry the door open from the hinge side, NOT THE SIDE with all the locks…. There are newer hinges, special hinge pins, or even just a quick fix with a couple screws that can make that door secure on the hinge side, as well as the knob/lock side, so it can’t be pried off the frame within seconds.
More important than the number of locks on the door, in one sense, is that the locks you do have on that door are INSTALLED PROPERLY and FUNCTIONING PROPERLY…. We, at Liberty Locksmiths, have seen improper installation of deadbolts and locks from low/mid-range homes, on up to homes costing millions of dollars. While the deadbolt itself functions perfectly, the hole on the actual frame of the door is not deep enough, thereby not allowing the bolt to extend fully to the locked position. In essence, while the bolt might go into the hole and keep the door from swinging open, a simple knife, screwdriver, or even the proverbial credit card, can slide the latch or bolt back and a burglar is in. Simple fix – the hole has to be drilled deeper to allow the bolt to do its job.
There are also numerous other procedures that can be done to make your door jambs solid, like longer screws for the strike plates which screw further into the wall instead of just the door frame, over-sized strike plates, specifically built to withstand forced entry, to name just a few others..
Hopefully reading the above has given you a bit of insight into the way locks actually work on doors. Please keep in mind we’re here to help you with information over the phone, if possible. If you send us pictures of your potential problems, we’ll do out best to give you ideas on how to test the issues above. As always, it’s our job to make you feel safe and secure.
Thanks for reading…. Please don’t hesitate to call on us. 407-260=2727
Here is a lock you need to think about adding to your cabinets
If you are a business that has stationary, printer inks and other office supplies and you want to keep them secure, you need to think about having one of these cabinet locks installed.
Perhaps you need to secure your liquor and fine wines to keep your inventory from coming up short.
Keep your things secure!
Don’t let hind sight be the teacher in a scenario that could have been avoided.
Have your locksmith install a cabinet lock when they are servicing your business. It will give you piece of mind and is a simple add on to your current locksmith needs.