We can use a mortise lock installation as a locking system to install inside the door itself. The minimum width of a door needs to be at least 1.75 inches to hold a mortise door lock replacement. You can set a mortise lock inside the door’s mortise cutout a lock trims such as door handles, lever, or pulls.
We can do many things to improve door security, and upgrading the locks to a mortise lock is one of the top priorities. Door security is significant since most burglars attack doors first through forced entry techniques like kicking or lock-picking. Although glass windows are easier targets to attack, a burglar will always attempt the entryways first.
It’s difficult for intruders to open a mortise lock
Since you’ll fit mortise locks inside the door itself, intruders will have difficulty trying to bypass it. You cut the mortise lock into the door’s edge, and the intruder will see only the faceplate when the door is half-closed.
Also, this door lock comes with different notches and levers that make it difficult for an expert burglar to pick it. Pick a mortise lock with at least five or six-lock lever or a cylinder lock that is nearly impossible to bypass the lock or open without the key.