Most home insurance companies advocate that homeowners should purchase American National Standard Institute (ANSI) Grade 1 locks from a first-class renowned brand since they are better placed to withstand housebreak attempts. As technology advances, techniques of breaking into houses and offices have also gone a notch higher. Consequently, locksmiths have devised sophisticated and state-of art locks to respond to these security threats. Today we are seeing new technology of locks that use Bluetooth or Wifi to allow access. Most of the most effective, stylish and latest products also happen to be the most expensive home door locks on the planet. Here are a few and also, if you happen to be in or around Atlanta, click here to check out ATL Locksmith Pros.
This is the most vouched for smart door lock. It is compatible with majority of cylindrical lock types. It uses a Bluetooth device and detects as you approach. In case you run out of battery, you can still use a key. iPhone owners can enjoy the Apple HomeKit so that the wrist worn device will allow you lock the door, view activity log, and get instant alerts. It is currently retailing for between $230 and $250.
Medeco is one of the most reputable locks and one of the most expensive home door locks on the planet. They have been used in government offices globally including the White house. Still available in Deadbolts, Medeco is available in arrange of features. The features will determine how much you are going to pay ranging from $170 to $379.
This is the Rolls Royce of the door locks industry. Its biometric feature stands out as it enables you open the door using your fingerprint ID. There are several mod-cons with Mul-T-Lock ENTR for instance access through smartphone, an app for temporary access) or a PIN code. It three barrel multi-lock technology makes it the most solid in the market. It is smooth to use and invisible from outside. Depending on where you are going to purchase it, it ranges between $300 and $320.
The Goji Smart Locks
This door lock has its own own-lock welcome screen. It works with a Bluetooth for Smartphone, fob proximity opening plus Wi-Fi for remote control utility. It has a customer service call center incase you lock yourself out without a Smartphone. It comes with 4 electronic keys and 2 mechanical backup keys. The Goji Smart Lock is offered in Copper, Silver and Gold finishes. It retails for about $299. You can get extra keyfobs for $40 each or $75 a pair.
Haven is fastened to the base of the front door which is its strongest point. It acts as a mechanical entry barrier. It released through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. It also comes with a physical footplate with the ability to release the lock in the event of an emergency. Haven is compatible with a number of devices such as Nest Thermostat, Apple Homekit and research with Z-Wave is still ongoing. It is currently available for $219.
Kwikset Kevo & Kevo Plus
The Kwikset Kevo is somewhat discreet for a smart door lock. It almost resembles a standard deadbolt except for the blue ring lights around it. It’s a Blue-tooth only lock and works by touch. When you tap the lock, it unlocks as long as the Smartphone or keyfob is close by. It comes with 2 physical keys and 2 ekeys (electronic), plus free unlimited 24-hour guest keys. The upgrade –Kevo Plus is available and comes with a Bluetooth Gateway to connect Kevo to your home Wi-Fi or internet. This will enable you unlock the door remotely and get real time updates on any visitor to your home or office. You can get the door lock in Satin, Nickel, Venetian Bronze and Lifetime Polished finishes. At Amazon, it retails at $219 each. It offers effortlessly simple operation with the best combination of security and convenience.
Yale keyless connected
Yale is a trusted brand in the door locks industry. It is key-fee and you have an option of connecting it to your Smartphone. It can use a code, key fob or card. You can get one at $200.
The Schlage Sense
The Schlage Sense allows you access by tapping an access code on your iPhone or through the fitted touchscreen. It has a deadbolt setup and with a compatibility with Apple HomeKit. It is going for about $230.
When compiling a list of the most expensive home door locks on the planet we are considering the initial cost of acquiring the lock, technology required and cost of replacement.