Z-Wave home security locks
When it comes to locks, both for doors and windows, Z-Wave leads the way. The technology alone sets this company apart. Z-Wave home security locks are innovative, secure, and superior to other locks you’ll find in the market. That’s why they are in such a high demand.
Today, we will look at three of the best locks from Z-Wave to truly appreciate the good work the company does.
1. Traditional smart-code deadbolt locks
To start us off is a simple lock that has completely been revolutionized by technology. Back in the day, deadbolt locks were just that – dead and tough to break, but Z-Wave has added an array of features that make it not just more appealing to the eye but also more secure.
The deadbolt smart-code locks are designed in such a way that they can communicate with other devices in the home. The motor-driven latch allows for true remote locking, and the SmartKey cylinders feature a stainless steel finish for greater strength and better security. They employ a patented side locking bar technology for improved security because the technology completely protects the lock from bumping. The locks are priced from $134.99 (£93.06) and come with a one year warranty upon purchase.
2. Electronic touch-screen deadbolt locks
If you’re looking for a secure electronic deadbolt that has a capacitive touch screen, then look no further than Z-Wave home security locks. The biggest advantage of electronic deadbolt locks is that they are very easy to install. On Amazon, one user can’t stop raving about how simple the lock itself is. He says that he initially called the customer support to get advice on how to work out a spindle that was upside-down. But before the customer support staff could pick the call, he had already worked out the solution.
As soon as you install this lock, don’t forget to allocate codes for each family member. This way, whenever someone unlocks the door, you can automatically be updated.
You should also know that Z-Wave home security locks directly communicate with your smartphone. This will allow you to automate how you arm and disarm your locks. Prices for electronic touch-screen deadbolt locks start at about $199 (£137.18).
3. Z-Wave lever locks
Lever locks were the very first locks to be used in the UK. The first ones were manufactured in 1778 and operated as a lever with a slot cut into it. The Lever had to be raised to a specific level for the lock to function. Z-Wave lever locks operate the same way except for a few technological tweaks. They still have a lever that stops a bolt from moving within the lock. A level (usually the handle), is used to raise the tumbler above the bolt for the lock to work.
The Z-Wave lever locks feature SmartKey re-key technology meaning that you can rekey the lock yourself in a matter of seconds. The cylinders feature stainless steel side locking bar, pins, and racks ensuring enhanced security and durability.
Buy Z-Wave home security locks today and enjoy a year electronics warranty!