Why You Should Call a Professional Sydney Locksmith: Understanding the Importance of Expertise During the Locksmith Experience
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A restricted key system provides super-strong security and control to any home or business security door system. With this type of system, keys can only be duplicated by an authorised person and new keys can only be cut by the locksmith who originally produced the design. Our clients are recognising the benefits of installing restricted key systems for all new construction and fitouts.
Have you considered upgrading your current standard key system?
Keys and locks are used daily to secure important items.
The possibility of unauthorized individuals finding those keys or duplicating them can put your building and property at risk. It is common for people to lose their keys, or former employees don’t return their keys. Fortunately, according to the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, ‘break and entering dwelling’ is down 6.8% over the last 60 months. Whilst this is a good thing, a restricted key system is a higher level of security solution for your business or building.
Here are the 5 main benefits of having a restricted key system.
The keys in a restricted key system are unique in their design, are patent protected, and can only be copied by authorised people. This eliminates the security headaches caused by stolen, lost and unauthorised copying that can happen with a standard key system.
Restricted key systems can be customised to allow various levels of accessibility to individual key holders, including a universal master key. This way you’ll have peace of mind knowing exactly who has access to areas of your business at all times.
Putting our clients first, we guarantee your safety – we keep detailed records of your restricted key system, so you’ll always know how many copies have been cut, when, and who gave the authorisation.
It’s extremely difficult to pick a lock that is part of a restricted key system or for another key to open it because the keys are designed with a unique and intricate design than keys in a standard key system. Restricted Key Systems guarantee that your keys cannot be duplicated without your consent. They provide secure access to buildings with multiple areas and entry points. You decide who has access where, while every key can be traced to its holder and to the individual lock it activates.
The fastest and safest way to implement a restricted key system in your business is to contact a master locksmith. Security is increasingly becoming a digital solution, so locksmiths have had to evolve. Not all locksmiths are created equal, you should check their qualifications and experience before engaging them for your next project.
Whilst the benefits are numerous, it would be remiss to ignore the fact that a restricted key system costs more than a standard key system. Since COVID-19 hit, we have been asked more and more to introduce a restricted key system as staff have moved largely to work from home so it’s important to see who is coming and going. We suggest you set aside some time to consider what you need.
Leaving your business unprotected, means leaving it open to losing money. Whether you are a small business, a corporate company or a large government organisation, you can’t afford to risk any part of your business being left unsecured. Specialised commercial locksmiths can review and revise your workplace security. There is a massive selection of premium quality digital or electronic locking devices for your doors and windows available to you, so specialists can help you get a great result based on your budget. Good commercial locksmiths provide safe locks and high-tech security systems to keep your property, employees, customers and important on-site files and data safe.
If you are considering upgrading your businesses security or wish to add another layer of security for your premises, a restricted key system installation would be highly recommended. Stay safe and secure!