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Freequently Asked Questions
Can you put a new deadbolt on my door?
Do I actually have to re-key all the locks in my house?
I accidentally locked my keys in my car. Will my insurance cover the cost of retrieving my keys?
Under most circumstances, you can get this cost covered by your insurance. For this to happen, you will need roadside protection coverage. If you have this service, you won’t have to pay any extra costs.
Do I have to re-key my locks if I rent an apartment?
I locked myself out of my home. Can a locksmith let me into my residence?
What's the difference between a master key and a re-key?
With re-keying, we adjust the tumblers in a lock. Once this gets done, only a new key can open it. With a master key, two different keys can open one lock.
My key has a hard time turning in the lock. What do I do?
The first thing you should do is spray the lock’s keyhole and bolt mechanism with WD-40, a lubricant. If this method doesn’t work, call our office and a locksmith will come and take care of the issue.
My spouse wants to save money. Can I install a lock myself?
While you can buy a lock from a hardware store, they won’t work nearly as well as the ones our locksmiths will use. Plus, those store-bought locks break easily. Instead of installing your own locks, call and let us do the work.
Should all the locks on my house work on the same key?
All the locks in your home should work on the same key. Using the same key for all your locks allows for extra security. Since you and your family only need one key, you don’t have to keep track of multiple keys.