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Seldom do I endorse any company or product in a blog, but I have just installed two Weisser Powerbolt keyless dead bolts. One in my shop and the other on my office door. I am happy to report I am very pleased with their product.

The installation was very easy. All you need is a phillips head screw driver, a centering punch and hammer if you already have a dead bolt installed.. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. The installation takes only 15 to 30 minutes but a little longer if you have to drill a hole for the dead bolt.

You can gain access by either using the touchpad or with a key. You can have a second code you can give to a maid or any other person authorized to enter your home. Both codes can be changed if you hire a different domestic help at any time.

The lock runs on four AA batteries and has a warning light when they are getting low. If three wrong codes are entered into the keypad the lock will sound a beeping alarm. To lock the door you simply press the lock button in the center of the keypad. Placing the correct code into the keypad unlocks the door. It’s fast and easy.

The Locks can be purchased at most building supply company’s at about $99.00. I felt the added security and convenience was worth the cost.

I find only one draw back that you might consider. It has a manual lever on the inside of the door. If your door has window panels in it the Keyless lock can be unlocked by breaking the window and reaching in.

You can get additional information by calling 1-800-343-9652 or www.powerbolt.com

Posted on April 30th, 2008 at 06:18 by Alex Smith in Home Safety,Home Security,security doors - Comments (0)

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