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Electronic Door Hardware
Schlage, a division of Allegion security products, has been the industry standard of high quality door hardware for almost a century. Their time-tested, perfected machinery and superior quality metals make this brand a great choice for security and style. Schlage handlesets are precision-engineered, featuring 100% solid forged brass and rugged all-metal chassis for security. A Schlage lock is a great choice for commercial or residential applications.
Residential Security You Can Trust
Schlage knows that the safety and security of your home shouldn't be a cause of stress. You should be able to leave the home and trust that your security hardware will perform adamantly. That's why Schlage stands by their products and engineers them to give you professional-grade durability in the comfort of your home. Schlage listens to their customers and are constantly striving to make their locks better and more secure, it's one of the reasons that makes Schlage the number one selling retail brand.
Schlage's residential locks are made strong and are easily installed with simple tools. The screw posts align effortlessly to guide the mounting screws and the through-bolt on handlesets makes it simple to fit the handle to the mounting hole. The locks are built using the strongest materials and the most innovative technology. With a limited lifetime warranty you can trust that the builds and finishes will survive all types of abuse.
History of Schlage
While Schlage didn't make the lock, they've definitely had a say in its development for the past 100 years. It all started when Walter Schlage patented his first invention in 1909, a door lock that could turn lights on and off. This spark showed Mr. Schlage that he could develop his own products and in 1920 he left his job at Western Electric to open his own shop. Here he developed the first lock with a push-button device centered in the door knob. By 1921 Schlage advanced the cylindrical pin-tumbler lock by incorporating a push-button locking mechanism between the knobs.
Walter Schlage decided to enter full-scale production in 1923 and by 1940 he was named a “Modern Pioneer.” After Walter Schlage passed the company began expanding in the 1950's, acquiring California Lock Company, LCN Closers, and Peabody. By the 70's Schlage gained General Lock Company and was acquired by Ingersoll Rand which took the company around the world. Schlage continued to gain new areas of manufacturing around the U.S. but kept their customer services in San Francisco, CA. In 2013 Schlage became a part of North America's main manufacturer of security products, Allegion. Schlage continues to grow and innovate their products as the best name in door hardware.
All Schlage door hardware is at least 50% off with Free Shipping on orders over $100.