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4 Reasons Locksmith Services are a Need Not a Want

When something happens and you need Locksmith services, you google “locksmith near me”. It might be time to consider your options. Here are some common issues locksmith services have remedied with the exceptional service clients expect from a professional and friendly team.

  1. Locked Out of Your House?

It’s never fun being locked out of your house. If this ever happens to you, an expert in all lock systems can assist in a timely manner. Professional lockout services will have you inside quickly and safely with no smashed glass, broken locks or contorting through a tiny open window.

  1. Lost Your Keys?

If you’ve lost your house keys a locksmith can make new keys for your existing locks, sparing you the expense of installing new locks.

  1. Residential All Lock Repair and Replacement

Issues with hard to open locks can be fixed either onsite or if you can remove them, pay a visit to your local locksmith. Specialist locksmiths can carry out residential lock repairs or if a better option, advise you on a replacement.

  1. Upgrade Your Security

Upgrading your home security is easy with a huge range of all lock options available. According to insurance companies, 20.03% (OUTBOUND LINK of Australian homes have been burgled at some point.  Whether you want an additional security door lock, to replace all locks, or to fit out a new build, locksmith services will help you find the best option for your needs. There are also customised residential security solutions available, tailored to your requirements.

What are your Locksmith Service options?

Whatever your reason, locksmith services have the experience and qualifications to repair, replace or re-key your locks.

  • Restricted security
  • Locks Repaired & Serviced
  • Re-keying
  • Upgrading
  • Key-less Entry Locks
  • Electric Strikes
  • Make duplicate keys or cards
  • Generate or program new keys/cards for locks whose keys/cards have been lost
  • Respond to emergency calls to unlock vehicles, homes and businesses

Locksmith services also keep records of the types of locks used in a structure, replacement or repair work undertaken, and any other relevant information, such as connection with a security system which demands that a code be entered when a door is unlocked. Locksmith services also carry a vast array of tools, designed for picking locks, so that they can get into locked structure and vehicles.

Locksmith Services have equipment to fabricate keys, program electronic locks, and to perform other tasks related to the profession, such as diagnosing problems with electronic lock and security systems.

What do locksmith services require from you?

Locked Out of Your House?

If you call Locksmith services because you have locked yourself out, they may require proof of residence and ID to verify that it is your house.

Can you trust a locksmith?

  • Take the time to find a reliable, local locksmith before you need one in an emergency. Locksmith scams tend to target home owners when they’re at their most vulnerable – in an emergency and needing immediate assistance.
  • The best way to know whether a locksmith is trustworthy is to research them in advance. Call them and ask detailed questions and check their reviews.
  • If you’re in a hurry, be wary of locksmith companies that answer calls with generic phrases like “locksmith services,” rather than a specific name.  If a locksmith cannot or will not provide the business’ legal name, find another locksmith.
  • When the locksmith arrives, ask for identification.

Questions to ask your locksmith

  • Where are you located?
  • How will you get into the house? Will you need to drill my lock? Can you tell me the exact process?
  • Can you give me an estimate?
  • What payment method will you accept?
  • What’s the name of the locksmith who will be coming?

At One & Only Locksmiths, we understand how important it is to feel safe and secure.

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