Garage Lock Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s):
What is SureLock?
SureLock is simply the best way to actually “Lock” your Garage Door !!
You should DeadBolt your Garage Door, Just like you DeadBolt your Front Door !!
Why do automated garage doors need an automated garage door lock?
First and foremost, Your Garage Door Opener “Does Not” actually Lock your Garage Door, most people simply believe that because they close their Garage Door with there Garage Door Opener it is locked – that is simply not true – This means that the Largest access point of your home is vulnerable.
Known as the "6-Second Break-in", a thief needs only 6-seconds to break into a home through an automated garage door not secured with a garage door lock
And when consumers secure their automated garage door with a manually operated garage door lock (slide bar, padlocked, etc.) it Interferes with and diminishes garage door opener convenience, as the garage door must be manually unlocked before it is automatically opened; and then manually locked after it is automatically closed
SureLock has set a new standard for securing automated garage doors by providing the following unique benefits and features:
Provides consumers peace-of-mind security that the largest and most commonly used door into their home is DeadBolted when Closed!
Automatically locking a sectional roll-up garage door every time it is closed, and then unlocking it when it is opened
Plug-n-play integration with any garage door opener
Operates using all the existing garage door opener controls
Manual release capabilities provided
Mounts to garage door track inside garage, on either side of door
Designed to mount inside the garage to avoid being visible from outside the garage and therefore vulnerable to tampering
Requires 2” of clearance between door track and first obstruction, such as a wall or cabinet
Replaces all other locks needed to secure an automated garage door, (such as the manually operated slide bar)
How does SureLock provide automated garage door users with convenience and security?
Mounted inside the garage, SureLock works with the garage door opener to automatically lock your home’s garage door every time it is closed and unlock it when it is opened.
SureLock enables consumers with automated garage doors to have convenience and security, so they no longer have to sacrifice one for the other.
Can I still utilize my existing garage door opener controls?
Yes, SureLock is operated by the existing garage door opener controls.
How adaptable is SureLock to different types of garage doors and garage door openers?
SureLock universal design is used to secure a sectional roll-up garage door equipped with any garage door opener.
Types of Garage Doors:
SureLock is designed to work with:
- Sectional / Sectional Rollup Garage Doors
SureLock can be used with:
- Roll-Up Garage Doors
- Slide to the Side Garage Doors
- Side-Hinged Garage Doors
- Tilt-Up/Up and Over Retractable Garage Doors
SureLock does not work with:
- Tilt-Up/Up and Over Canopy Garage Doors
Will SureLock work with a garage door openers backup battery?
Yes, SureLock is designed with additional connections for battery operation
How long does it take to install SureLock?
The time required to install SureLock is typically less than 1 1/2 hours for most anyone with basic skills and tools. The typical time for a professional is around 20 to 30 minutes.
Can SureLock be manually released in the event of a power outage?
Yes, SureLock is equipped with a manual release lever.
What is SureLock made of ?
SureLock is constructed of heavy duty steel.
What are the physical dimensions of SureLock?
SureLock is 10" x 2" x 2" (length x width x depth)
Will SureLock withstand a forcible entry attempt?
SureLock will generally withstand more force than the door it’s securing.
Will adverse climate conditions affect SureLock?
Extreme climate conditions have shown no affect on SureLock's ability to operate.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any other questions not answered here.
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