High-Security Locks, Buncombe County, NC

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Keep your assets protected with high-security locks.

Many people know that dead bolt locks are significantly more secure than a simple doorknob lock, but even dead bolts can be overcome by a determined or experienced burglar. For superior security, it may be time to consider high-security locks for your commercial property in or near Buncombe County, North Carolina. Depending on your budget and security goals, high-security locks can give you peace of mind as you try to secure and protect your business and your commercial assets.

High-Security Locks in Buncombe County, North Carolina

High-security locks are different in several ways, including these:

  • Lock cylinders: The internal structure of the lock is more complex. This makes it less likely that someone trying to pick the lock will be able to understand the inner cylinder and open the lock.
  • Resistance rating: Raising the amount of metal in the lock makes it stronger and more secure. A higher bypass resistance rating means a more secure lock. These locks are designed to resist cutting attacks as well.
  • Deadbolt: A stronger deadbolt will be thicker and longer, making the lock less likely to break, even under extreme pressure. The strength of the doorframe is also key to overall security.

If you are ready to enhance the protection of your facility, give us a call at A. L. Odom Locksmiths, Inc. We can evaluate your current locks and make recommendations about high-security locks and other steps you can take to secure your business assets. These locks can protect your facility from unauthorized entry and burglary, as well as giving you peace of mind every day. Call today to schedule an appointment.

At A. L. Odom Locksmiths, Inc., we install high-security locks in Asheville, Hendersonville, Weaverville, Burnsville, Waynesville, Franklin, Greenville, Spartanburg, Fletcher, Arden, Marshall, Spruce Pine, Raleigh, Winston-Salem, and Buncombe County, North Carolina, as well as Newport and Knoxville, Tennessee.