Upgrade Your Opening

Now is a great time to upgrade your opening!

Commercial buildings of all kinds may vary in their size, use and design, but all are heavily influenced by three major trends today:

  • Adherence to the latest building code requirements, regardless of age, is more strictly enforced.
  • Management of facilities is growing more complex due to increasing number and sophistication of building systems and materials, along with the variety of users and the multiple security levels each requires.
  • Users’ expectations have risen, driving demand for safe and easier access to spaces (in and outside of buildings), coupled with more aggressive security measures. And on the heels of a pandemic, reduction of germ transmission is a high expectation on nearly every occupant’s list.

Take a look at the products below and see what works best as an upgrade to your facility!

Cylindrical Lock Electronic Access Control with Keypad

An easy upgrade to access control for cylindrical locks; these keyless electronic door locks combine a modern look with durability that is perfect for your multi-family or mixed-use property, small business, office, retail space, restroom, or other commercial building application.

Sectional Trim Electronic Access Control Mortise Lock with Keypad

The simple addition of this keyless electronic door lock with keypad to your existing mortise lock allows easy management of access to many openings, from 1 to 500 different doors.

Mortise Lock Status Indicators

The simple addition of indicator trim to your mortise lock offers a quick confirmation of the room’s occupancy status. It’s unique features allow for fast visual confirmation of the lock’s status from far distances and side angles, even when lights are off.

Deadbolt Lock with Occupancy Indicators (inside & outside)

Do not get caught off-guard. Take advantage of the latest design of thumbturn locks, offering a very helpful status indicator. Visual indication that the door is locked for those inside while highlighting to others outside that the room is occupied - preventing potentially embarrassing events. 

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