When you move into your new house, how often do you think about the type of key that you use on your front door? The chances are you’ve probably never thought about it in great detail.
It is easy to assume that all house keys are virtually the same, and that they all offer the same level of protection against tampering and break ins. This is not the case and it is important for you to know there are different types of locks out there for your home. There are distinctive features of each type of lock, and each one works slightly differently. By reading this guide, you may find that your door lock isn’t as secure as you first thought.
Pin Tumbler Lock Key
This type of key and lock is usually found in residential properties. It has a series of grooves on one side of the key blade, and as the key slides into the lock, the grooves of the blade align with the wards which gives or denies access to the cylinder. The pointed teeth of the blade then move pins up and down until they have aligned with the shear line of the cylinder. The key is then free to rotate and unlocks the door. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2klfqAs