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buying combo locks

were is a good place to buy bulk combo locks and the water caps
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water caps? Don't tell us you settled for safeguard?
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water caps? Don't tell us you settled for safeguard?
SG isn't the only company with a cap water line allowable. It's a Fannie requirement and Wells also has an allowable for the water heater and washer connections so 3 lines per property.
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MFS supply is who we usually use, but we also have a really good relationship with them. US Hardware is another one. I think their lockboxes are slightly cheaper than MFS.
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water caps are a waste of time if the property has already been winterized, but if you want threaded caps, go to home depot and stock up on the plastic ones. They are 2/$1 and in the garden section with the hose supplies, but are hard to find in the winter months. No need to order that stuff from places like MFS Supply.
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That's what I usually do, or look for a lot on eBay, sometimes they're cheaper than HD. As for locks, I order enough at a time that I can invest some time in checking all of the sites to see who has a sale going. Usually it ends up in multiple orders all just high enough to get to a discount threshold. Depending on the month, I could have boxes coming from Carrdan, BargainLocks, PPM, US Hardware, BuyLockbox, etc... As a point of contention, I refuse to buy from MFS, because I refuse to do anything with Safeguard, and they own the joint.

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