You beat me to it, . . . that was going to be my posting.I think @Orocky is pointing out the "keyless" lock has a keyhole. Kind of ironic.
I don't see an issue if it has the back up key in case the battery dies.
That said, I did watch a show about how criminals break into homes with alarms. Apparently you can sprinkle talcum powder on a key pad and blow off the residue and reveal which buttons have human oil on them. Now instead of having 10 numbers to chose from the thief only has 4. Something to think about.
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As a side note:If you like the lock, and talcum powder is the weak point of the system, then periodically touch all buttons.
Crooks hate to spend time. If they know the keypad is going to be a time-waster they might leave--or crowbar the door open...
These days, most of the sheathing is ½" foam. Only in the corners is it plywood/OSB for wind shear........... Once through the siding, cut through the sheathing usully OSB or plywood........
Not quite as lucky here in Scarborough.. 15+ years ago we were always "unlocked", but the slime is oozing south from Portland these days.Hmm I don't even know where the key to my front door is. Lived in the same residence (more or less) or thereabouts most of my life and I've never lock the door, door Only gets locked once I am inside. I guess that's kind a ass backwards. God bless Podunk maine!