Door Lock

Gatehouse Door Locks

Sat Dec 15, 2012 10:12 am
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To go for Gatehouse door locks in your home would be a good choice if you're on the lookout for something durable, safe and also not too expensive. A Gatehouse door lock is available in various sizes and materials, so it doesn't much matter what finish you had in mind, you should be able to find it within their selection. You can find Gatehouse door knob locks, Gatehouse brass door locks, Gatehouse door lock hardware among other products. A nice door lock can really add a nice touch to any door, however it needs to fit your particular door structure and want of security. You definitely don't want to break off your current theme: in other words, if you currently have all brass knobs, handles and locks on your doors, then don't go off and buy a nickel lock, it's a good thing to be consistent with materials as well as style.

Gatehouse is a pretty well known brand and their products can be found at different hardware stores such as Lowes which carries a wide selection of cylinder deadbolt, tulip knob combo as well as bed and bath locks to mention a few models. These locks are quite reasonably priced at around $10 to $18 and the primary materials used are stainless steel, polished brass as well as antique brass. The design of Gatehouse's locks and knobs is very simple and elegant and could really pass for a modern (especially if the stainless steel is used) as well as a classic decor (then the antique brass would be perfect). So no matter whether you would prefer something really contemporary or something more traditional, you should be able to find a nice lock within their selection for your home.


Gatehouse Satin Stainless Steel Tulip Knob Combo

"Limited lifetime warranty. Easy installation. Fits all doors. Combo pack"


 Schlage Aged Bronze Entrance Door Lock

"All Metal Chassis for Strength and Durability. Guaranteed to Fit All Standard Door Preparations. Lifetime Limited Finish and Mechanical Warranty. Keyed entry function; turn button locking, can be unlocked by key outside or by turn button inside, Inside knob always unlocked. Interior lever style offers ease of opening with decor."

These locks can be found at

Fri Oct 30, 2009 12:05 pm
Name: R. Lopresti | Comment: I find Gatehouse the quickest and easiest locks that I have installed on my home.

Fri Feb 05, 2010 3:36 pm
Name: Lew | Comment: Yeah, great. Now how the hell you get them off?

Wed Apr 21, 2010 10:40 am
Name: | Comment: How do I tighten my gatehouse deadbolt, it is ready to fall off

Mon Apr 11, 2011 12:28 pm
Name: p | Comment: the cover screws on turn it counter clockwise after you remove the bolts

Sat Dec 24, 2011 2:46 pm
Name: kevin | Comment: needing the part that goes on the front of the lock mechanism to cover it up and has the button to lock it. instead of using a screwdriver to lock and unlock from the inside

Thu May 31, 2012 10:16 am
Name: Udean URL: Comment: My gatehouse exterior door lock is loose and ready to fall off. How do I tighten it

Sat Dec 15, 2012 10:12 am
Name: kduffy Comment: key cilander falls out of I have part missing or what?

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