Garage doors

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Old 10-12-01, 03:52 PM
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The home we are planning on buying doesn't have a lock on the main garage door that slides up to drive in the car. From the garage, to the basement, there is a door, that doesn't have a lock either. We feel this is unsafe. Is it enough to put a lock on the sliding garage door, or should we install some sort of lock on the interior door as well? The interior door is wood. Should this be replaced with a sturdier door?
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Bob
 
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Old 10-12-01, 10:59 PM
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I am being trained to be a locksmith and I have heard many stories like yours. I would definately put a lock on both doors. As for replacing the door, I wouldn't bother unless you plan on storing valuables in the basement. Just make sure you get decent locks and they should provide many years of security and peace of mind.
 
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Old 10-17-01, 04:15 AM
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I agree with reewinder. One other thought on your door to the basement. If fire safety concerns you, it would be a good idea to replace this door with a fire rated door, which will also be sturdier, and also make sure that you have drywall on the wall between the house and garage.
 
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