Hi People, very busy week. It’s a year end and people ask us to finish our project as much as we can. So, lots of site visiting and survey and meeting so its very hard to put some new things Residential Interior Designer in Faridabad. However, I got some time and would like to talk about some of locks today. I remember that my last blog I explained about doors especially steel doors how durable they are and how we can set up and all. Now doors are important however you also make sure that you do have a great locking system for home security. Now in the market you will get so many type of locks so I would love to talk about that today so lets start with Padlocks they are the only type of lock that is typically not permanently attached to anything else.
Padlocks come in a range of sizes, are free standing and portable, and are one of the most easily recognizable types of lock. Padlocks come in two main varieties: combination and keyed. Combination locks have one or more number dials that open the lock when the correct combination is entered. They are often easy to decode or shim open. Keyed padlocks have several options to consider. Commercial Interior Designer in Faridabad offers many options there are rekeyable and non-rekeyable padlocks. If a padlock is non-rekeyable, then you cannot change the key that opens the lock (for example to make it use the same key as your house). Padlocks can be key-retaining or non-key-retaining.
A key-retaining padlock does not allow the key to be removed while the padlock is open. Finally, padlocks can have a shrouded shackle. This is an extension of the body where the shoulders of the padlock raise up the sides of the shackle to make it far harder for bolt cutters to cut the padlock. So in nutshell we all can see this locks everywhere specially the old shops are still using these type of locks. Here is some below: I will also talk about some more locks in my coming blogs so stay with me and if you people have some topics that you would like to discuss. Please feel free to put on the comments.