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Yes our services are nationwide. In most area's our mobile locksmith will come to your location in less then 20 minutes. Dail (866) 670-3266 now to speak to one of our representatives in your area, or browse our website to locate a certified locksmith in your area.
Many people will contact us when they find themselves in an emergency situation: locked out of a house or a car and in need a new car key, etc. But the list of services that we provide is much greater than that. We can assist you with rekeying or changing your locks, extracting a (broken) key from a lock, maintenance & repair, install locks & deadbolts, lock picking, key cutting & duplication, we can assist with alarm system installation, security bar panic devices, security advise and we can even crack safes.
We are here to help you, 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Yes, we can install keyless entry systems to your home, car or business. Call us for a free consultation with at (866) 670-3266 to determine if a key-less entry system is right for you.
Call 247 Locksmiths! Our mobile automotive locksmith will come to your location and make a key on the spot. We can make a basic replacement key in about 20 minutes. If your key contains a microchip (transponder key) it can take a bit longer then 20 mins. Either way, our mobile emergency locksmiths are trained and skilled get you in your car and back on the road quickly.
Yes, our service professionals carry new remote control keys, they need to be programmed and synced with your car on site. Our automotive locksmiths are able to do that in their van for almost every car brand.
In Short a Master Key is the main key of a group of locks. Regular keys can unlock one matching lock, but the master key is able to unlock all of the locks inside the group. Usually master keys are used by landlords or property managers.To be able to Master-key a group of locks they all need to be made by the same manufacturer. However in some cases it's possible to create a master key if the brand is not identical. We also provide more complex systems using sub-Master keys and Grand-Master keys etc.
Yes. If you have a key that slides into all your locks, then we can simply re-key the locks. If your key does not slide into a certain lock (or locks) then those locks will need to be replaced.
Yes: if you don't know who else owns a key of your home you are potentially at risk. Think about it, a previous housekeeper, babysitter or a family member of the previous owner may still own a duplicate key to your home. In case you are not 100% sure we advise to either rekey the existing locks, which can be done relatively cheap in most cases, or to completely replace the existing locks. Call us for a free advise on the best scenario for your specific situation.
Of course, all of our locksmith services come with a complete 90 day full satisfaction guarantee.
If any issue arises with a lock rekey, new car key or any other service that we provided we guarantee to solve the issue to provide the best and most complete service possible. We are here to help you!
Search from our search page or dail (866) 670-3266 and our representative will connect you to the nearest local locksmith in your area. Avoid being scammed and ask your locksmith if he is certified by ALOA, the Associated Locksmiths of America, and read this article on FTC.gov on locksmith fraud.