Commercial Door Locks

Securing the door is one of the most important parts of an opening. Locks and latches are the most common way to accomplish that security. Many design styles and functions are available to get the look you want and the operation you need.

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Brands

We supply these and other respected industry brands.

Cylindrical Locks

In commercial buildings, grade one cylindrical locks are used on openings with frequent usage like building entrances. Grade two locks are used on openings of moderate use such as offices and storage rooms. When selecting a cylindrical lock, it is recommended to use the next best grade if there is a question about which model should be used.

Another important part of the locks specified on a project are the cylinders and keying to be used.

Door Lock Cylindrical Lock

Mortise Locks

There are many advantages to selecting mortise locks because there is a wide variety of functions and trim designs available. They are also known for their long-lasting durability and low maintenance requirements. These are installed into a rectangular pocket (or mortise) in the edge of the lock stile of a door.

Dor Lock Mortise Lock

Electric Locksets

Cylindrical and Mortise locks can be wired and connected to an access control system. These will require some type of power transfer. Electric locksets can be stand-alone units or tied into a complete system in your building. They can have card readers or keypads built into them or controlled by a credential reader mounted to a nearby wall, the door frame itself, or controlled remotely.

Learn more about electric hardware and access control components.

Electric Lock with Keypad

Deadbolts

Deadbolts are auxiliary locks that provide additional security to an opening. They can come with thumb turns, cylinders on both sides, or a blank plate on one side. There are mortise and bored deadbolts available.

Door Deadbolts

Locking Functions

Each type of lock comes with various locking functions. Depending on the security of your building and the type of space you are securing there may be several ways to accomplish the function of your door.

Learn more about the lock functions available.

Locking Functions

Lever Designs

There are many lever styles and finishes available to suit the design of your space. Levers are the preferred style due to ADA requirements.

See the common lever designs available from many of the most popular brands.

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Lock Lever Designs

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