Frequently asked questions.

Why use a locksmith - FAQ - You should always use a licensed, bonded and insured locksmith company to ensure that you are getting the job done correctly.

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Locksmiths install, service, maintain, and repair mechanical and electronic security products – keys, locks, safes, and associated hardware. Locksmiths are highly skilled and are required to be trade qualified and licensed to work as a locksmith.

It’s highly recommended to get your house locks changed when you move in to a new home or a new business. Whenever the locks start to have issues or problems always have a professional locksmith install new locks.

A Master Key is created when a group of locks are custom coded so each lock uses a different key, but a combination is added so one key will open all locks. In a group of locks that are Master-keyed (MK) each lock is operable by both its own individual key and the Master-Key. Each individual key operates its own lock only. The Master-Key operates all the locks in the group. Other systems are also possible using sub-Masters, Grand-Masters, etc. Therefore, maximizing flexibility to suit you. Master key systems can incorporate different.

 

Yes we have padlocks from 20mm to 80mm that we can get keyed alike or key alike to your existing key.

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Yes in the vast majority of situations we can. We may need some additional information depending on what the key is for. Such as; make, model and year if it’s a car key or type of cabinet, photo or brand if it’s for a filing cabinet. Feel free to call for us to check for you.

We can cut keys for all the locks that we supply and fit on site. We don’t carry every type of key for every type of lock but can cut most vehicles, commercial and domestic keys on site.

In case of a car lock out or a house lock out, it is highly recommended to call a professional locksmith who is will able to help you unlock any door for your home or car.

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