Just because you are able to open a lock with your smart phone, a fingerprint or a code does not make it a secure lock. It is a wonderful convenience, but be careful not to rate that convenience over your safety and security. Many of these locks have been rushed to market and have little to no track record or history. Too often, we are called out to deal with the “newest innovation in locks” two years down the road, when the product has failed or has not prevented a break and enter from happening.
There are many tried, tested and true keyless locks that provide convenience as well as reliability. For our residential and commercial customers, we can make a recommendation that will cover both.