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Best prices in the world on Double Acting Floor Hinges - $27.95 - plus 10% off & free shipping. Details at http://www.locksanddeadbolts.comRead More
There are new offerings on the www.LocksandDeadbolts.com website - namely, Emtek door hardware at unbelievably low prices!Read More
With the number of robberies that are taking place, it is always a good idea to be safe than to be sorry later when a robbery has taken place. One of the best ways in which you can be sure that you are well protected is to make use of the services provided by a locksmith so that you can be sure that you have covered all areas.
We tend to think about a locksmith only when a lock gets jammed or we have a problem. But there are other services that a locksmith provides. It is a good idea to understand the various services that a locksmith can provide so that we can secure our houses and offices better says Mark .R – Locksmith in Philadelphia
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Today LocksandDeadbolts adds a live streaming feed from FaceBook to its internet website.Read More
LocksandDeadbolts.com, a major player in the internet home security and door hardware market, has unveiled a new YouTube video clip in an effeort to use social and video networking to aid in its marketing campaign.Read More
LocksandDeadbolts has succeeded in posting vintage VHS video clips of blue marlin fishing in the Bahamas with Capt Billy Black.Read More
LocksandDeadbolts, one of the internet's largest discounters of commercial and residential door hardware, will offer in-store coupons on all new hardware orders starting in March 2010. This promotion comes in response to the announcement by Deltana Architectural Hardware representatives to establish a Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) policy.Read More
What is the number one rule in home security?
Do not open your door until you know who is on the other side!
For this reason, and because most city, county, and state building codes are now requiring them, entry door viewers are one of the biggest sellers at LocksandDeadbolts.
We stock and supply one of the finest and most versatile door viewers available anywhere, and at a great price. These beautiful door viewers are now being designated as a Premiere LocksandDeadbolts Security Product, and are highly recommended for your business and residential security purposes. Buy with confidence, as our door viewers are a great value. Our door viewers offer the widest 200 degree view, are made of solid brass, and are available in every finish to satisfy all of your decorating and security needs. www.LocksandDeadbolts.com, the place to shop for all of your home security needs!
Brian Sylvester Art has a new online gallery at www.LocksandDeadbolts.com. Brian Sylvester's art rises to the level of genius. His use of bright colors, imaginative compositions, and secondary themes in his paintings make him one of the world's most dynamic underwater, marine, and wildlife artists. He is a Florida native, whose passions include surfing, fly fishing, skin diving, oil painting and parenting- but not in any particular order. Brian is a self taught artist. He brings a contemplative and unique style to everything he does, and that uniqueness shows through brilliantly in this gallery of incredible oil paintings. Brian's artistry blends his keen perceptions of the tropical Florida wildlife that he loves, his passion for fly fishing, and his self taught individual style that characterizes his paintings. His art is not an attempt to replicate or to "fool the eye", but rather a contemplative expression of his interpretation of the life and forms that he encounters in his native Florida environment. He does not paint the subject as seen by his eye. He allows his mind to dissolve the images into individual elements, and then uses his brush to re-create new compositions as a whole. His oil paintings evolve into abstract realizations which become the primary goal of his art. To view the images and descriptions of the art in this new online gallery, simply go to Brian Sylvester Art.
LocksandDeadbolts.com is now stocking a complete line of stainless steel hinges, for both residential and commercial applications. These are the finest stainless steel hinges available, and they are very affordable. Prices listed are well below retail - wholesale stainless steel hinges - and the best selection anywhere at LocksandDeadbolts.com.
LocksandDeadbolts.com means business with our premium stainless steel hinge products. Our exclusive line of stainless steel hinges are perfect for use in salt water environments, so if you need hinges for your waterside property, your boat, or any outdoor project near the ocean, look no further. For added protection, these hinges come with hardened stainless steel pins and barrels. For the most part, they come packaged with both wood and machine screws, to ensure the most complete protection from rust and corrosion caused by salty environments found oceanside. The grade of stainless steel used in the precision manufacture of these stainless steel hinges is unsurpassed in the industry - you cannot find a stainless steel of higher quality.
Whether your job requires the polished stainless steel hinge, or the modern brushed stainless steel hinge, LockksandDeadbolts.com has the look you desire. Stainless steel hinges are generally specified by architects because of their long lasting beauty, their strength, and their heat and corrosion resistance. These hinges are the finest available for FIRE RATED DOORS as they will withstand incredible heat exposure during building fires. Possessing beauty, strength, and longevity, the stainless steel hinge is the perfect choice for any residential, commercial or marine application.
Locksanddeadbolts.com teams up with Captain Billy Black to market the most amazing new fishing product to hit the market in a long time. For thirty years Captain Billy Black ran his charter boat, Duchess, in the Bahamas as the premier fishing boat at Walker's Cay. During that time, Captain Billy Black developed his professional dehooker that has taken the sportfishing world by storm. And it just so happens that the new and improved Billy Black Professional DeHooker has hit the Florida market at the right time. The state of Florida has just enacted legislation that requires every fishing vessel that is operating in state waters to have a dehooking device on board. This means that boat owners must have a dehooking device! What a tremendous market to fill with a fabulous new and exciting product. What makes the Captain Billy Black professional DeHooker so special? In two words, quality and innovation. The Pro DeHooker is made of non-ferrous surgical stainless steel. It will keep its satin luster and last forever in the harsh saltwater environment where the big ones live. Additionally, the Pro DeHooker is made in America by Americans. That means quality and jobs, and in the current economic climate, that is a win-win situation. The best feature of the Pro Dehooker is the built-in lure retriever that is part of the basic design. In an effort to save his favorite fishing lures, Captain Billy Black cleverly added a retrieval hook for quick lure capture. So, the main function of the Pro DeHooker is to save the prized lures that catch the fish, while allowing the angler to safely and quickly remove the hooks. We are excited to provide you with the best fishing product to hit the world market in a long time, the Captain Billy Black Pro DeHooker.
We offer the best value on Kwikset, Schlage, Weslock, Weiser and other brands of new locks and deadbolt that you can purchase from LocksandDeadbolts.com. You have already saved a ton of money, so now you can save some more with these quick lock installation procedures:
FOR A NEW DOOR WITHOUT LOCK OR DEADBOLT PREPS
1.) Position the paper template on door edge, and mark center holes on face and edge of door.
2.) Drill a face hole using 2-1/8 inch hole saw, drilled from both sides to prevent splintering the surface of door. ( some older brands like Weiser, National, Yale used smaller holes)
3.) Drill an edge hole with spade / paddle bit, normally 1 inch diameter
( 1 inch is most common for Kwikset, Schlage, Weslock or Weiser)
4.) Insert your new lock or deadbolt latch into edge hole, center and drill small 1/8 inch hole install with small wood screws. Use a razor knife and trace outline of faceplate; Remove Latch.
5.) Chisel out the mortise for deadbolt latch.
6.) Screw the latch to edge of door.
7.) Screw deadbolt mechanism to door, with keyed cylinder on the outside and turn lever on inside.
8.) Mark the end of the deadbolt latch with felt-tip pen.
9.) Close the door, throw bolt to leave mark on door jamb.
10.) Use strike plate to mark deadbolt hole on door jamb.
11.) Drill a deadbolt hole in jamb with 1 inch spade bit.
12.) Use a utility knife to mark mortise outline for strike plate.
13.) Cut strike plate mortise with chisel.
14.) Set strike plate in jamb mortise and secure it with long screws.
15.) Close door and test your new deadbolt from LocksandDeadbolts.com
FOR A DOOR THAT HAS A LOCK OR DEADBOLT AND COMPLETE PREPS
1.) Remove your old lock or deadbolt from door. If old hole is less than 2-1/8 inches, it will have to be enlarged. ( some older brands like Weiser, National, Yale , even old Weslock and Schlage used smaller holes)
2.) Remove old latch. (If needed, the best way to enlarge lock hole is take a piece of plywood or 1x6 lumber and drill a 2-1/8 inch hole; Center over old hole, clamp and use as a template)
3.) Measure existing latch preps, and check for compatibility with your new Kwikset, Schlage, Weslock or Weiser latch. ( some older brands like National, Dexter and Yale used 7/8 inch holes; which may require rasping larger )
4.) Insert your new deadbolt latch from LocksandDeadbolts.com into edge hole and mark its fit. Remove new latch.
5.) Chisel out the mortise latch prep for deadbolt latch for correct fit.
6.) Screw the new deadbolt latch into the edge of door. Shim old bored out screw preps with round wood toothpicks if needed.
7.) Screw the new deadbolt mechanism to door, with keyed cylinder on the outside and turn lever on inside.
11.) Re-drill a deeper deadbolt hole in jamb with spade bit. Drill it deep enough so that the deadbolt latch extends to the fullest extent of its intended travel length.
12.) Remove old strike plate and replace it with new one from LockandDeadbolts.com. Mortise for new strike plate as needed with chisel. Shim old bored out screw preps with round wood toothpicks as necessary.
13.) Set strike plate in jamb mortise and secure it with long screws.
14.) Close door and test your new deadbolt from LocksandDeadbolts.com
Adding a new Kwikset, Schlage, Weslock or Weiser deadbolt from LocksandDeadbolts.com to your home can add beauty, an extra level of security, and can make your home less attractive to would be burglars. With a few simple tools, and little bit of determination, you can complete this project yourself. For a little extra help, for those who need it, try going to an instructional video on the internet at the link provided below. Good luck, and enjoy your beautiful new deadbolt from LocksandDeadbolts.com.
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