After you have installed Haven, you have the option of weatherizing the unit so that it last many years. We would advise that you take the extra time and resources to do so. Haven has been design to withstand a ton of punishment, but that doesn’t mean the area surrounding Haven will be able to survive years of use, especially in a moisture-heavy environment like a front door threshold.
The primary enemy for Haven and your front door area is Moisture. We need to make sure any gaps in the flooring are filled so no moisture can get into your subfloor. Moisture can cause warping and will degrade the strengths of your flooring. In other words, moisture is very bad.
In addition to protecting your floor and subfloor, we will also walk through protecting your Haven lock itself from excessive moisture and salt (for all you snowbirds).
Use of this guide is at your own risk. Haven Lock Inc. and its parent or partner companies are not liable for any damages to property or bodily injuries that occur during or after installation. Haven Lock Inc. assumes no responsibility in providing the correct tools and accessories needed for installation unless otherwise noted. Use proper protective gear when completing the steps detailed in this guide. This guide is simply suggestive and not in any way authoritative. Always use your own best judgement. Incorrect installation or lack of safety precautions can lead to serious injury or death for you or anyone around the installation area. If you are not comfortable installing Haven Lock, we advise you to seek out a professional skilled worker with home construction experience to assist you.
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