New York City NEW: SECURITY AND LOCK INSTALLATION
Just remember: We are the one name you need to remember when it's time to overhaul your residential or business security.
It doesn't matter whether you are a homeowner looking to replace a lock on the back door or a business with multiple locations trying to find the best way to protect your investments from thieves and prying eyes of competition. You want the best locks and you want them because you want to protect what's yours. That's why you want to call us. Our certified professional locksmiths are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to make sure that your home or business is safe and secure. Offering the widest array of security solutions, our sole task is to make sure that the things you want secure, are secure. Whether you want to replace an old deadbolt or are looking to install fingerprint security on your vehicles, we are here to make sure that your assets are fully protected. Call us to schedule a multi-point security analysis to make sure that all access points in your location are safe and secure.
WHEN IT'S TIME TO CHANGE YOUR LOCKS
The best time to change the locks is always earlier than we expect. 'Changing the locks after the first break-in' is a guaranteed way to make it happen. Homeowners and business owners often don't know how many of these old locks have hundreds, if not thousands of keys floating around. Don't let yourself become a victim: call us right now to make sure that your business assets are protected.
- When you need to upgrade your security system
- As part of your home or office renovations
- When your locks are simply old, outdated or damaged
- Divorce, death, or a new tenant
- Moving to a new home
- If your vehicle was broken into and a copy of the keys were taken
- Your keys are lost or stolen
- After a break-in that damages your lock
- When your previous employee 'forgets' to return the office keys
- When you have to relocate to a new office
- A roommate moved out but retained possession of the keys
When it's time to upgrade your residential or business security, call us-- we've got you covered when it comes to lock installation and upgrade services.
LOCK REPLACEMENT SERVICES
We Do Both Home and Office Lock Installation
The first step to updating your locks is to call our offices so that we can do an initial security inspection. We take into account variables such as style, possible weak points in security, and finally, the individual budget for the work. Although we work so competitively that our prices are the lowest that you can find anywhere in the country, we also have a number of different options for people and businesses who don't have the latest advances in security planned out in their budget. Often a good solid deadbolt and quality modern alarm system will do the job just fine.
While many people will see security as simply heading down to the hardware store and buying a deadbolt on sale, this is never a good idea. In the first place, you have to know how to install a lock properly. In the second, you have to know which lock will fit which door. And if you don't install the lock properly it may not function as it's supposed to, thus providing diminished protection for the place it was installed. Because we have the experience and the know-how, our professional locksmiths can make sure your home or business is secure instead of hastily cobbled 'do it yourself' solutions.
Car Lock Installations: Don't Forget Your Vehicles
We are a security company, not just a home security company, so if you need to update the locks on your vehicle fleet or your home vehicle, it's time to call the experts. We are ready and waiting 24/7 to help out with all the tools necessary to install and repair car locks, no matter the size of the fleet. We work with all model vehicles, so you'll have your locks and automotive security upgraded in the shortest possible time frame. Security is what we do; why not upgrade your mobile security as well?
STANDARD LOCK SYSTEMS WE SERVICE
Enter The Deadbolt
Everyone knows the good old fashioned deadbolt. The standard for homes and businesses for over 100 years, the deadbolt works attached to both the door and the wall. On one side, a knob releases the lock; on the other, a key can be used to take the place of the knob. While newer technologies may offer more security, for most homes and many businesses, the traditional deadbolt lock is more than enough to ward off any potential wrongdoers. we service and install a wide variety of deadbolt locks, especially the following:
- Master Lock
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Mortise Deadlock: One Lock, Two Keys For Added Security
While similar to deadbolt locks, Mortise Deadlocks add an additional layer of security by providing security on both sides of the door. If someone manages to pry a door open enough or get their hand around the knob of a deadbolt lock, they can get through. By contrast, a Mortise Deadlock system requires a key on both sides of the door, meaning that one cannot open the door on either side without a key. Because of their design they also usually use stronger mechanisms in the door and the frame, meaning that they usually also last longer than the standard deadbolt mechanism. We use the top brands for Mortise Deadlock systems in the industry, such as:
Modern Lock Systems: High-Tech Security Solutions
While most homes and businesses can do fine with the average electronic security system and a combination of the locks above, the technology for modern locks is light years ahead of older, physical key systems. Depending on the level of security your home or business needs, some modern lock systems might be exactly what you are looking for.
The immediate successor to the physical key, the keycard system is designed to make security simpler on the user end. Instead of a key (though physical keys can also be placed as backups), keycards allow the user to swipe to enter. They can have multiple points of access so that access can be restricted from one area for some users and are both programmable and reusable, meaning that an ex-employee can be locked out, even if he steals a keycard.
Keypad Systems: keypad systems are relatively similar to keycards in that they are programmable on multiple levels, but use codes to open doors that are entered on pinpads instead of a key card system. Keypad systems are popular in conjunction with keycard systems because even if a potential troublemaker has one, he will probably have trouble gaining both.
Fingerprint and Retina Scans
Fingerprint and Retina Scan Systems: The ultimate in total security, these systems are designed to ensure that no one gets in without authenticating their very existence. These are high-enough security devices to be used with high-level government and private-sector offices.
Mobile Phone App Compatible Systems
Mobile Phone App Compatible Systems: Electronic lock systems can often be used with WiFi to not only give the owner an accurate picture of who is where in a house or business but can also alert owners if there is a security breach. Police can usually be called remotely to the scene and then our emergency locksmith service can survey the breach and repair it.
The best part of this is that with the speed with which these new locks developed and advances in technology, prices are continuing to drop and become more in line with the prices of more traditional security systems.
Better Security: It's Why We're Here
Once you are aware of just how unprotected your property is, it's time to call us to get a qualified analysis and determine what you need to fully guard your property. No one is going to guard your property the way you want except you, and to make sure your home, family and business are safe, you want to make sure you hire the best to cover all of your security needs. Don't try to take cut-rate measures when it comes to the things that are ultimately most important to you. Give your loved ones, your assets, and your business the protection that they need and deserve. call us right now-- operators are standing by.