September 1, 2023

How Keypads Work for Tenants

A guide to inform tenants how our door keypads work.

How do your Keypads work?

Many Baker Street Properties are outfitted with electronic keypads to allow tenants easy access to their unit. We

During property turnover between leases, maintenance will change the codes for the keypad and the keypad batteries and check the function. We provide tenants with one code and we have a code to use when maintenance requires access to the property.

To engage the lock, enter your four-digit code. When you see the Schlage button turn green, rotate the thumb turn clockwise to unlock the door. If the Schlage button turns red, you have entered an incorrect user code. If it does not light up at all, you may have entered too many incorrect codes.

To lock the keypad, press the "Schlage" button at the top and rotate the thumb turn counter-clockwise.

Common Issues

The most common issue is that the battery is low. If you hear a series of eight high/low beeps sound and the Schlage button flashes red, this means the battery is low. The lock will operate as normal immediately following the alerts, but should be replaced as soon as possible so that it doesn’t stop working.

Please contact Baker Street ASAP
if the keypad stops functioning so that we can replace the batteries for you or replace the keypad if needed. If the issue happens after normal business hours and you are unable to access the unit, please call our Emergency Maintenance phone number.

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