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Bryce King of Allegion sent me today’s Wordless Wednesday photo. I guess this is one way to deal with a lockout!
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New letter slot!
There’s no fixing that… lol
You can’t fix stupid!
Deadbolt smeadbolt…. I’ll get us in
I actually am at a loss for words on this one. Holy Cow.
Well, Schlage can certainly attest to the fact that their lock wasn’t defeated in that break-in!!
That’s the prep for the horn.
What, did you forget about last week’s fancy schmancy door horn?
I think the deadbolt goes on top.
Reminds me of a story when a refrigeration mechanic was called to do a student locked out of their dorm Room. He really did not want to be bothered with that type of call at night so used to saws all cut the hold lock out of the door.They never him again for that type of problem.
This actually happened at a University . Believe it or not.
I know exactly who and where that too place.
(Yep, fun times in Colchester)
…..When you Gotta Go….You Gotta GO!!!!!!
Someone tried to recreate the scene from The Shining. “Heeere’s Johnny!”
Funny thing is…
there is a simple bypass for these
Comically simple. This is a true handyman special.
I often tell my crew, “please try hard not to be the subject of a safety meeting or a how NOT TO DO industry photo!”
Was it truly a lockout or a break-in?
And some people still think this is the easier way to break into a home, where the window was right next to the door………..lol just joking
I have been to several jobs in office buildings where they punched a hole through the dry wall to reach in and unlock the door.
I worked with a building that had as their lockout kit a 3″ hole saw on a cordless drill, 6″ pieces of FRT furing strips, a pail of quick set spackle and building stock trim paint.
Wow! they REALLY messed that prep up.
Oddly enough – the suspended ceiling ran right above this door – would have saved whomever a whole lot of time and effort !