Garages are useful for storing your cars and bikes as well as homing DIY tools and additional household items that you don't have room for in the home. Holding precious things, you want to make sure that you are able to lock your garage to prevent unwelcome visitors from letting themselves in. Therefore you need to make sure that you have sufficient garage door keys for easy access to your personal belongings. Likewise, if you have had your garage keys lost or stolen you will want to replace your garage door lock and set of keys.
Replacement garage door keys are available in a variety of styles and sizes. There are many types of cuts that are available on the garage door key market. These include 60 series keys to code, 66 series keys to code, 92 series keys to code, 95-99 series keys to code, 99 series keys to code, Giussani G series keys to code, Henderson R series keys to code, Union FP series keys to code, West Alloy M series keys to code, ZA series keys to code, and ZC series keys to code.
When it comes to protecting your garage there are a variety of lock and key combinations that you can choose from. Common manufacturers include Asec, Hendersons, PJB, Lowe and Fletcher, Enfield, Marley, Argosy, Ejector, Era and Pacri; now that is a lot of choice!
Garage door locks are now more advanced, here are a variety of options you can go for when protecting your garage. You can use a locking garage door handle, which is suitable for single doors and comes with a standard type of key cut. A door defender can be used for locks attached to solid concrete doors and they come with a padlock for extra safety. Garage door locks complete with coach bolts work with a mechanism on both sides and come with a four-sided key. A heavy-duty garage lock is recommended for work-shops for high security. An "L" locking tee handle can be deadlocked by the accompanying set of garage keys. And ejector locking handles use a push to lock action and are fitted flush to the garage door when locked. Then when opened by the garage door key the ejector handle is released and can be turned to open the door mechanism.
For added piece of mind and extra security you can opt for a garage door lock by Pacri, which can also be used on other doors to protect items of high value. Garage door locks, as mentioned above, are operated from both sides and come with a four-sided garage key. Pacri garage keys come as blank keys so you will have to get them cut at your local locksmiths; available in two different sizes you will need to make sure that you purchase the correct garage door keys if choosing this type of lock.
It is also recommended that you get an extra set of garage keys cut, incase your main set get misplaced and so that family members can keep a set with them on their keychain.
With lots of variety you can make sure that your belongings are kept safe with the best choice of lock and garage door keys for your home.