Weiser adheres to ANSI/BHMA certification, meaning our products are tested and audited to ensure the highest quality.
We take your security seriously – certification isn’t mandatory for lock manufacturers but all of our locking products meet ANSI grade 3 or higher.Learn more about BHMA certification
Reasons to Re-key
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An intruder can access your home by breaking the glass and turning the thumb turn to open the door.
Most burglaries are the result of forcible entry. Experienced burglars know that the garage door is usually the weakest point of entry followed by the back door.
An unguarded backyard can be seen as an opportunity for thieves to get close to your house. Tall plants and bushes can provide burglars a cover while they attempt to break in.
Burglars target unoccupied homes with the easiest access, the greatest amount of cover, and with the best escape routes.
During the sales process realtors, inspectors, potential buyers and workers are in and out of the house. Many times these individuals are allowed use of the door keys unsupervised.
Have you ever handed your keys to a valet? Or give a contractor a spare key? There is a possibility that your keys have been copied or you have extra keys that are unaccounted for.
Locks are subject to wear and tear. Worn or rusted locks are a serious weakness in home security. Old, worn out locks are easier to pick and break, and they are more difficult to open legitimately with a key as time goes on.
Late night can be a dangerous time since most of the neighbors are sleeping and lights are off.
Microbes, such as harmful bacteria, can be found on the surface of products used throughout the home. Weiser door hardware featuring Microban technology has an added layer of protection against the growth of bacteria to protect the hardware.View Products With Microban Antimicrobial Protection