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Smart Locks for Front Door


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Huge selection available, depending what you want. Including :-

Fingerprint scanning

Pincode

Single / multiple key locks using keys that are not easy to replicate

Electronic locks that require a "dongle", smartphone or other Near Field Device

Debit / Credit / security card readers

Combinations of the above.

Also, a door supplier ( Scorpion Doors ) who have steel doors in steel frames, with multi-point locking activated by a variety of door handles and/or locks. Some of the locks exceed the cost of the doors. All depends what you want / need.

We have used Scorpion doors on a number of installations, to the satisfaction of clients. And 'No", I'm in no way connected to them other than as a satisfied customer / contractor.

 

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3 hours ago, Glasseye said:

I'd take a key lock over electronic every time if I had a choice.

Look at a couple of this guy's videos and you'll think why bother with anything.

 

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                                           door 1.jpg   door 2.jpg

Internal bars inside both doors and all windows as visual deterent plus low tech padlock has worked so far for me.

They went through the roof at Sweatie's house in Soi Khautalo.

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If they really want in, they'll find a way to get in, for sure.

In a condo, you need to consider both the way in from the corridor, as well as the way in from the balcony, or any other external access / entry point.

The higher you are up in a condo, the safer you will usually be, until you come to the top couple of floors, where coming down from the roof doesn't seem too dangerous . . . .

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