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  • 4 Places You Might Not Think of That Are Perfect for Keyless Locks

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    While the superiority of keyless locks over traditional keys is becoming more and more obvious, what may not be so obvious is the wide variety of places where installing a keyless lock would make a lot of sense. Most of us are familiar with the more popular locations for keyless locks such as the front door of your home or the main entrance to a business, but there are dozens of other places that could benefit from a keyless lock installation as well. Below are four places you might not immediately think of that are perfect for keyless locks.

    1. Server Room

    A major security flaw in many organizations is not taking the protection of (and access to) their server room seriously enough. Space constraints and other factors can sometimes mean that the server room is not adequately secured, although for most companies, the health of their servers determines whether or not “business as usual” can even take place. Installing a keyless lock on the door of your server room is one of the best ways to protect and control access to this critical area. By installing a keyless lock with an audit trail feature such as the Trilogy T2 DL2800, you’ll be able to see exactly who has been coming in and going out of your server room, as well as any failed access attempts. Not only that, but the DL2800 allows you to set up timed access control, so that certain employees will only have access to the server room during certain times of the day.

    2. Backyard Shed or Garden House

    If you store your lawnmower, weedeater, tiller or other important gardening/lawn care equipment in a free-standing structure, it’s not a bad idea to install a keyless lock on the door to keep everything safe and secure. Instances of theft are not as uncommon as you might think, and the last thing you would want is for one of your power tools or lawn care machines to turn up missing (and possibly sold on Craigslist by some random stranger). Secure your valuable gardening and home/lawn maintenance equipment with a keyless lock such as the Lockey 2835, because let’s face it–the old-school swivel hook just isn’t cutting it anymore.

    3. Pool Gate

    If you have no interest in strangers taking a dip in your pool, it’s a good idea to install a double-sided keyless lock on your pool gate just to be on the safe side. The Lockey M210DC works perfectly for this purpose, because you want a gate lock that won’t be vulnerable to someone simply reaching through/over the gate and opening it from the inside. This type of lock is good for single-family residences as well as apartment complexes, and practically everything in between.

    4. Laundry Room

    If you’re a landlord or a property manager for an apartment complex, you know how important it is to have some kind of access control to common areas such as the laundry room. Installing a robust keyless lock with audit trail capability such as the Trilogy DL2800 can help you keep track of exactly who has accessed the room at any given time in case any incidents arise. Unfortunately, there are always a handful of mischief-makers who like to vandalize or steal property, so for the sake of keeping your laundry room a safer place for tenants (and less of a worry for you), installing a keyless lock is a wise choice to make.

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    Lockey 2835

    Lockey M210DC EZ