Anyone know if there's a solution for locking a backyard shed, that would let me rekey it to be the same as a normal house key.
The shed is a Tuff Shed with double wood doors like this:
Currently the shed is secured with a basic swivel hasp like this, and padlock.
I'm looking to minimize the number of keys I have and avoid having to fumble with a padlock (especially at night).
I've found keyed hasps like this one: - Prime Line Keyed Hasp
But it seems like the keys they use are tiny ones like on lockboxes, so I probably can't rekey it to my standard house key.
I'm also up for any other keyed/securing options I was thinking about maybe a keypad secured door lock (but that would probably require replacing the basic swinging wooden doors).
I've also seen T-Handle shed locks but again the keys seem like they're smaller than standard house keys (not sure if I could rekey it)