We offer a wide array of door lock products and services for all types of doors and levels of security. We can install any type of lock you need even if it requires editing the door/ frame itself. We also provide repair and rekey services for all locks we install.

One type of rekeying we can do is Master Keying which puts all keys on a master with separate keys for each lock. Say you have 3 rooms, A, B, and C. Each one would have its own key that can only open that door, but you can have a key that will open all 3. You can also have keys that open A and B but not C, or C and A but not B, and so on. Really cuts down your key ring right?

This is extremely convenient for people who have maids or businesses with custodial staff that need to get into all the rooms or maybe all but a few you need to keep secure. You can give them 1 key that works as many doors as you choose, every doorway can have this type of rekeying.

The types of locks we carry & service include

  • Deadbolts
  • Deadlocks
  • Door Knobs
  • Lever Handles
  • Panic Devices
  • Exit Devices
  • High Security locks
  • Dead Latch
  • Mortise Locksets
  • Storm/Security Door Locks
  • Kwikset Brand Locks
  • Schlage Brand Locks
  • Combination Locks
  • Pincode Locks

Locks keep unwanted guests out

Aside from doors, locks and hardware are the first line of defense when it comes to security. With so many different types of locks, it’s nearly impossible to come up with the best one by yourself. That’s where we come in.

We’ll sit down with you, answer all your questions and then install a lock to your liking. We carry our locks with our trucks and can install it right away. We are a registered, high security Mul-T-Lock dealer. We also work closely with Kwikset, Medeco, Schlage, Ademco, Von Duprin, and many others.

High Security Keys

We install, repair, rekey, and service high security locks with special keyways that make them more secure than normal keys. With the large influx of “Bump Keys” coming into the world of criminal activity, more and more people are switching to high security locks that are much more difficult to pick/ bump. Watch the video at the bottom about bump keys, it shows how easy it is to acquire them, break into houses, and even re-lock your locks like they were never there.

Kwikset makes a line of locks that are “bump resistant” and provide middle of the line security. The best thing you can do is spend a little extra money on high security locks. Mul-T-Lock is our favorite and our go-to for high security. We trust it so much that we put it on the front of our shop.

This Is Why We Recommend High Security Door Locks

You will be surprised to find out how fast someone can open an ordinary door lock. This video shows the simple technique used by criminals to bypass your store bought door lock.




Deadbolts

Deadbolt locks are the most common lock for doors around. A dead bolt is a locking mechanism that can only be moved to the open position except by rotating the lock cylindermaking a door more resistant to entry without the correct key.

Deadlocks

Deadlocks have a single bolt that secures into the door and offer even more strength than deadbolts. Deadlocks offer exceptional security and are specified by many insurance companies. Some nightlatches have a deadlocked function that adds extra security to the locking mechanism after the key has been rotated for a second time.

Electronic Locks

Electronic Locks take away the lost key issues of regular locks without the security flaws of normal combination locks. With a screen that provides the convenience of going keyless. The fingerprint-resistant touch screen ensures numbers won’t be detectable to intruders after repeated use.

Door Chain

A fitment that restricts the door to being partially opened in order to identify people before opening the door. Can be either an integral part of the lock mechanism or surface mounted on the inner face of the door. If the locks on the door are compromised, a door chain may cause some delay, draw more attention, or leave more evidence of force being used when gaining unauthorized access to the structure

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