Latch vs. Deadbolt Lock
Keeping family and belongings safe is a top priority for many homeowners. The right door locks on entry doors can help deter break-ins. The two most common types of entry door locks are single latches and deadbolts. Bar latches with chain assemblies are a specific type of latch but should only be used as secondary locks in connection with regular single-latch locks or deadbolts. Door-latch locks and deadbolts have their advantages and disadvantages, so you must decide on a style and security measure that satisfies your security needs.
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