Single cylinder deadbolt lock.(No key required to exit.)Safety ring around turn-latch.Grab handle.
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Single cylinder deadbolt locks require no key to open from inside.Complies with code requirement for keyless emergency egress for window security guards.Check with local building and fire codes.Bedroom window security guards are required by most jurisdictions to allow exit from the window in an emergency. Because they must also provide security, bedroom window security guards, or bedroom window security bars, are somewhat limited in design due to some local building codes and fire codes. Call Suburban Welding Company® at 703-765-9344 to discuss the local code requirements where you live regarding bedroom window security guards. These may include swing open window security guards, break away window security guards, emergency release window security guards, and bedroom window security bars that open.Suburban Welding Company® can also recommend alternatives to bedroom window security guards or bedroom window bars, depending on your floor plan and local building codes and fire codes. Swing open window security guards or window security bars that open are the most common choice for bedroom window bars. Emergency release window bars are recommended for bedrooms.Shown here are samples of bedroom window security guards made and installed by Suburban Welding Company® that meet a local jurisdiction’s requirements for emergency egress bedroom window security guards when window security is the primary concern. When considering bedroom window security guards, the ability of being able to exit from the window in an emergency should be a chief concern. Swing open bedroom window security guards should be foremost in choosing bedroom window security guards or bars.