Kwikset offers door locks and hardware for homeowners to install in new or existing doors to increase security. The company's SmartKey technology allows a homeowner to re-key a Kwikset lock by entering a working key into the lock, turning the key 90-degrees clockwise, inserting and removing the SmartKey Learn Tool into the lock as directed, removing the working key, inserting the SmartKey new key and turning this key 180-degrees anti-clockwise. Old, lost or stolen keys no longer open the lock.
Kwikset's product inventory includes keyed entry locks and keyless, wireless and remote entry systems. Keyed entry locks are offered in the form of levers, knobs, handle sets and deadlocks in a range of colors and designs. Many of these locks include SmartKey re-keying technology, enabling homeowners to continue using the lock safely if a spare key is lost or stolen. The company also offers lock-bumping protection on its ANSI Grade 1 Deadbolt with SmartKey and BumpGuard. Lock bumping allows people with a special bump key to open most conventional pin and tumbler locks.
Kwikset's keyless entry system allows a home owner to enter his home by using a code on a number pad. The home owner can also allocate a temporary code to allow a neighbor, dogwalker or worker to enter the house. The company also offers a remote access system that a homeowner can control from any Internet-connected device.