Does this situation sound familiar? You return home from a long day at work, exhausted and looking forward to a relaxing night on your couch, but as you reach for your house key, you are sadly greeted by an empty pocket. Your keys are gone and your spare is inside the house, inaccessible through the locked door, meaning you have successfully locked yourself out of your own home. Now what? You are forced to track down a local locksmith, request emergency lockout help or maybe a rekeying from them, and wait a couple hours until someone can access your lock, and you can finally enjoy that cozy couch. Avoid this fiasco with one simple solution: keyless entry locks. Residents living in Denver, Colorado and all along the Front Range can now get professional keyless entry installation through Job Done Locksmith, your friendly neighborhood locksmith specializing in all kinds of jobs including residential, commercial, and automotive locksmith services.

 

So, How Does Keyless Entry Work?

A traditional deadbolt lock, just like the type that is probably on your front door, requires a physical key to operate the internal mechanism that will unlock the bolt. Your key slides the pins inside the lock to the correct heights, allowing the tumbler to turn and the lock to disengage. Ordinarily, this would be fine, but having to keep track of keys can be obnoxious — especially if you have the unfortunate habit of routinely misplacing your keys. A keyless entry lock is currently making these traditional locks antiquated. A battery is buried within the keyless lock, which powers an electronic keypad on which anyone with access will need to punch in the appropriate code (a code you can choose and change). The actual internal mechanism works similarly to traditional deadbolt locks, but the bolt is now locked or unlocked via a battery and code rather than a physical key.

Job Done Locksmith offers customers installation of both Kwikset and Schlage keyless entry locks for homes and commercial buildings. Kwikset products offer keyless entry locks with either a touchscreen pad or electronic keypad used to punch in an entry code. These locks are also protected with Smartkey Security, meaning a physical, spare key will be matched to all locks so that customers can still gain entry during emergency situations. Schlage products are similar in design and functionality, but this brand also offers Schlage Connect, a method for customers to connect their locking system to their Amazon Alexa or Apple TV. This Schlage technology can detect possible burglaries and can provide an additional layer of security. These electronic locks can also be operated remotely from the owner’s smartphone and can store up to 30 additional, unique codes so family and friends can access your house. This makes Schlage keyless entry locks a great option for vacation homes and Airbnb properties, not just your own home. Better still, since you can control wi-fi connected keyless entry locks from a computer or smartphone, you can change access codes without actually needing access to the lock itself. Job Done Locksmith can install all these products for you, so don’t miss out on keyless entry, Denver residents!

Don’t waste another minute, get your keyless entry lock today and contact Job Done Locksmith to have it installed by a professional, local locksmith. Job Done is a 24-hour locksmith Denver customers will find to be reliable, professional, and always available when you need us. Stop dealing with keeping track of piles of keys and spares, never experience another lockout again; visit Job Done, a locksmith Denver, Colorado residents can trust. Check out our services today!