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Can you replace a door handle with a deadbolt?

Yes. Most deadbolts will fit in the same hole configuration for a standard doorknob. There are some oddball sizes that won’t, but the standard doorknob and standard deadbolt fit in the same holes. You will have to modify the door strike plate and hole behind to fit the bolt.

Considering this, can you put a deadbolt on any door?

All the exterior doors of your house should have deadbolts — even the ones that lead to the garage or to a closed-in patio. As long as you don’t have a steel door, installing a deadbolt is a job that you can do yourself, including making the cutout to chiseling in the strike.

One may also ask, is it easy to replace a deadbolt? To change a deadbolt lock, start by unscrewing the old deadbolt and removing the interior and exterior faceplates. Then, unscrew and remove the set plate, which is the piece of metal that faces the doorframe. Next, slide the new set plate into the door where the old one used to be and screw it into place.

Just so, how do you replace a deadbolt that has no screws?

Unscrew the two mounting screws with your Phillips-head screwdriver. Remove both screws and set them aside. Grasp the inside chassis with one hand and the outside chassis with your other hand. Pull the two halves of the deadbolt apart and set them aside.

How much do locksmiths charge to install a deadbolt?

Locksmiths say deadbolts are relatively cheap considering the level of protection they provide. Depending on the type and class you buy, a deadbolt and installation typically cost $100 to $250. The majority of Angie’s List members, though, reported paying less than $200.


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