We provide a traditional look for all business settings, including retail stores, single-office buildings, multi-building office complexes, banks, commercial spaces, hospitals, and other facilities. Where keys and cards are misplaced and stifle employee output, these locks prevent a problem from occurring and increase productivity.
Hotshot Gate Repair creates and installs mechanical combination locks for residential and commercial properties. We will assist you in selecting the best keyless entry solution to protect and secure your business.
Keyless door locks use cutting-edge technology to provide greater security and versatility. With keyless door locks, you can gain access to your home or business without using a key. We have many mechanical locks to suit any commercial door preparation, such as a keypad with pin codes, an intelligent card/fob reader, a fingerprint reader, or smartphone access.
Our smart devices work without a network connection with any door, gate, or garage. We provide the most cost-effective solution for managing resident, contractor, and visitor access, whether new or retrofit. We only work with the best brands on the market, expertly installing the most advanced security products.
We provide the most recent mechanical combination door locks to residential and commercial clients in Houston, Sugarland, Stratford, Blair, West University, Hunters Creek Village, and Bunker Hill Village.
Types of mechanical locks
There are several common types of mechanical door locks, including the following:
- Pin tumbler locks: These locks have pins of varying lengths that need to be aligned in a specific way in order to unlock the lock.
- Lever tumbler locks: These locks use a lever mechanism instead of pins to secure the lock.
- Wafer tumbler locks: These locks are similar to pin tumbler locks. But they use wafers instead of pins to secure the lock.
- Disc tumbler locks: These locks use a series of discs. That needs to be aligned in a specific way in order to unlock the lock.
- Cam locks: These locks use a rotating cam to secure the lock in place.
- Deadbolt locks: These locks have a bolt that is secured in place by a spring-loaded mechanism or a key.
Each type of mechanical lock has its own unique characteristics and benefits. And the right type of lock for a given situation will depend on the specific needs and requirements of the user.
Exterior mechanical doors
Exterior mechanical doors are doors that are designed for use on the outside of a building or structure. These doors are typically made from durable materials such as metal or wood. And they may have additional features such as weatherstripping. Or insulated cores to provide protection from the elements and enhance energy efficiency.
Exterior mechanical doors can be operated manually or automatically, depending on the specific needs and preferences of the user. Some common types of exterior mechanical doors include hinged doors, sliding doors, and overhead doors.
Exterior mechanical doors serve a variety of purposes. Including providing access to and from the building, enhancing security, and protecting the interior of the building from the elements. They are commonly used on commercial, industrial, and residential buildings. And they can be customized to meet the specific needs and requirements of each individual application.