Lock Re-Key Service

When moving into a new house or business, it is important to verify that no other person is in possession of duplicate keys. The most effective way to prevent this is by re-keying your existing locks.

This process involves removing the lock and changing the combinations of internal pins and levers so they function on a completely different key. This renders the old keys useless on the existing lock and saves you the time and expense of replacing all the locks on your property.

Our locksmiths are highly trained and efficient in ensuring the re-keying process is executed accurately, and to your requirements. This may be carried out on-site at your residence or by scheduling an appointment at our storefront location.

When you have an existing lock and simply wish to alter the key, Click here, find your local get locksmith franchise and get a free quote!

Lock Rekey Vs New Locks

What is the advantage to having locks rekeyed as opposed to replacing them altogether? If your locks are in good working condition, there is no need to replace them, you will save money by having your locks rekeyed. However, if your locks are not in great condition, you may need to replace them. A certified locksmith can help determine which is the best option for you.

Residential Lock Re-key

If you have just moved into a new home, there is no way of knowing how many people have copies of your key; whether its the neighbors or the previous owners relatives. Either way, it is imperative to your safety to have your locks rekeyed.

Many homeowners choose to rekey their locks so that all the door locks open with the same key. This makes it easier to keep track of the keys.

Commercial Lock Rekey

Having the locks of your business rekeyed on a regular basis is a healthy safety measure. If you have switched cleaning crews or recently fired an employee, you don’t want them to have access to your office.

Many business owners and managers like to have their office doors rekeyed so that all doors are accessible using the same key.

Car Lock Re-key

The ignition cylinders in your vehicle are really just locks. They can be taken apart by a professional locksmith and reassembled with different parts, essentially rekeying them. This whole process takes only about 20 minutes.

The door locks on your car can also be rekeyed. Do not try rekeying locks on your own, as you can cause expensive damage to your car. Call Get-Locksmith today for an expert locksmith to assist you.

Frequently Asked Questions – Re-Key

Question: How long is the process to re-key a lock?
Answer:  On average, it takes about 15 minutes to re-key a lock cylinder. The time is dependent on the security level and condition of the lock as well.

Question:  What is a master re-key?
Answer:  A master re-key is when each lock or room in the building uses a separate key, in addition to having one separate “master” key that has the capability of opening each and every lock. This system is used best in hotels, businesses, and residential complexes where the manager requires one key, while employees and customers use a variety of separate keys on the various locks.