We Rekey House Locks In Richmond VA
Rekey Locks on Your House to Ensure Your Family Is Safe
Do you know how many locks you have in your home? Remember to count your exterior and interior doors as well as the doors to your garage, shed and other outbuildings. Now that you know how many locks you have, when was the last time you changed them? If you can’t remember changing the locks, consider rekeying them today. Your effort will ensure the safety and well-being of your family, home and property.
Whether you’re moving to a new home or have simply lost your keys, a rekey of all exterior locks can be invaluable. We can eliminate most of those keys on your key ring.
If you have double sided deadbolts and want to switch to single sided for fire safety concerns, we have single sided deadbolts in stock that can be re-keyed to fit your existing key. We know that no one wants to have more than 1 key to their house.
What Is Lock Rekeying?
So what does it actually mean to rekey something? This basically means to change the pins in an existing lock and create a new key for it because after the pins are changed the old key will no longer work. It is the service of choice when your locks are not broken, but rather simply want a new key to work your locks.
Why Should you Rekey Locks?
You may think that you’ve only given keys to family members and trusted employees, but do you know everyone who has access to their keys? Vandals, thieves, and other home invaders look for easy access to your home. If they can steal or copy a key, they will. House keys are simple to steal or copy. Rekey your locks regularly to increase your safety and protection.
When Should you Rekey Locks?
You’ll want to rekey the locks after someone uses a key to gain unlawful entry into your home. However, you will also want to rekey the locks after you change housekeepers, pet sitters, babysitters, contractors or groundskeepers and after your roommate moves out. Rekey the locks any time your keys or an employee’s keys are stolen or lost, too.
Rekeying locks is important for new homes in Richmond Virginia, too. Realtors, contractors, groundskeepers and interior designers have access to your new home during the construction phase. For maximum security, rekey all the locks as soon as you sign papers for your new house, garage or shed.
Why You Should Hire A Professional Locksmith
A variety of products allow you to rekey house locks by yourself. Even if you’re handy, though, a professional locksmith offers greater security. A certified locksmith understands the inner workings of all types of door locks. They also carry products that are guaranteed to last. You gain peace of mind and ensure the job is done properly when you hire a professional.
Residential Security is a serious matter. At American Lock & Key we pride ourselves on making sure our locksmiths are trusted, security professionals.
Illegal locksmith companies called ‘scammers’ are all over the Internet. Research the locksmith before you call, make sure they have a DCJS license in Virginia. Our is DCJS # 11-3052. We comply with Virginia State Law
Call or visit your locally licensed and insured locksmith professionals at American Lock & Key today. We will assist you in rekeying your home’s locks and in keeping your family safe. Reach us at 804-282-6060 or stop at our 2110 Spencer Road, Richmond, VA 23230 location. Together, we can ensure the safety and well-being of your home and family.
Are you a property manager with multiple tenants? Would you like someone to simply rekey your locks after each person moves out? Did you have to evict a tenant? Simply rekey the locks! We can do that and even master key the locks for added simplification.
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Our Other Residential Services
- Smart Lock Installation
- Lock Rekeying
- Lock Repair
- Deadbolts Installed
- Replacing Locks
- Keyless Entry
- Video Door Bell Installed
- Decorative Hardware
- Home Gun Safes For Sale
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ALOA Registered Locksmith
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