Newark 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.

Most people want to ensure that their homes and businesses are properly secured, but they don't look at the most obvious security issue when it comes to said locations: are the locks on the home or business out of date? Are they old, or broken? Most importantly, who has the keys? Many older locks have keys that have been copied dozens of times, thus creating a security risk. Making sure that you have the best security possible means it's time to start exploring new locks and security systems for your home or business. With a new and professionally installed security system, you can feel safe in your home as well as confident that your business interests are secure. Security is often one of the most overlooked aspects of daily life, so is that really the smartest way to protect your home or business? Instead, take a moment to consider a few things.

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO CHANGE THE LOCKS?

For both residences and businesses, in general, security is inherited, meaning that all the security weaknesses are also inherited with the next tenant of a location. In general you don't know how many people have access to your keys, and ultimately how many people have access to your home or business right now. There's a good possibility that an ex-spouse of a previous tenant or disgruntled former employee of a previous business has access to your location right now. And that means security risks that you don't need. In fact there are a number of potential problem spots:

  • 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 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  • When your locks are simply old, outdated or damaged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

 

When it's time to install new locks for your home or for your office for any reason (or your vehicle, for that matter) our expert locksmiths are here to help for your next lock install.

 

LOCK REPLACEMENT SERVICES

Masters of Both Business and Residential Security

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.

The reality is that most people aren't fully prepared to deal with the implications of their security. It's a nice idea, but most folks have locks that haven't been replaced since they moved in, with hundreds of copies of their keys out in the wild. Is this the kind of security you want? More importantly, is this the kind of security your loved ones deserve? If you agree the answer is no, it's time to call the professionals.

Car Lock Installations and Changes

Our services aren't just limited to homes and businesses-- we also install car door and trunk locks through our car lock replacement service. Our expert locksmiths are ready and equipped with all the tools necessary, 24 hours a day when your security needs it most when a vehicle needs rekeying or new locks. No matter what model or year your car or what security system you need for your vehicle, we specialize in all forms of vehicle security and can get the job done where you are.

WHAT TYPE OF LOCKS DO WE SERVICE?

Enter The Deadbolt

The long-time standard of personal and business security, the deadbolt lock is familiar to everyone. Most homes and many businesses are equipped with locks that are built into the door and the wall. Of course, newer technologies help to offer even more security such as digital locks, but the deadbolt for at least some time remains the most common lock technologies (though we are equipped to set up even the latest technological advances in security.) We service a variety of brands of locks, including:

  • Kwikset
  • Master Lock
  • Schlage
  • Gatehouse

 

Call Us 24/7 for Service At Your Location:

 866-696-1628 

 

Mortise Deadlocks

A Mortise Deadlock, at first glance, looks like a deadbolt, but it isn't: a Mortise Deadlock is unlockable on both sides with a key, as opposed to one side having a knob. What this means is that this type of lock is precisely the kind of lock you would use when you want to guarantee that only people authorized to do can get in. Therefore, it's most important to make sure that a lock of this type is used in areas where security is paramount and access is by nature limited (this isn't the sort of lock that is used on a bathroom or kitchen; this is more ideal for private areas not meant to normally be seen by many others. We carry the most important brands of Mortise Deadlock, including the following:

  • Prime-Line
  • Global
  • Yale
  • Belwith
  • Marks

 

MODERN LOCKS: THE NEXT LEVEL WHEN IT COMES TO SECURITY

 

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.

Keycard Systems

Keycard Systems: a keycard system is based around electronic and magnetic locks that can be accessed through the tap of a card, as opposed to the use of a physical key. Besudes being very programmable (meaning room to room security) they are trackable (meaning you know where everyone in the building is) and reprogrammable (so ex-employees can't steal key cards and try to get back in.)

Keypad Systems

Keypad systems, like keycards, can be used to limit access to certain users. However, a keycard is not even necessary-- all that is needed is a programmed code for the user to get through. (They can also be used in conjunction with keycards for added security.)

Fingerprint and Retina Scans

Fingerprint and Retina Scan Systems: We see them in big offices, and we see them in movies, and now they're here: facial (eye) scans and fingerprints are showing up on phones and other devices: don't your home or your business deserve the same security?

Mobile Phone App Compatible Systems

Mobile Phone App Compatible Systems: With the power of the mobile app, owners can actually see who is coming in and going out, as well as see if someone has breached security defenses remotely. Thankfully these apps also have a way to call the police if something goes wrong-- and give you a chance to call our locksmiths to find out how to beef up the weak link in the chain.

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.

When You Need More Security, Call Us

When you are looking to upgrade your residential and business services, call us and we'll make sure that our multi-point assessment catches any areas of weak security. Whether for your home, business, or vehicles, you can rely our our professional advice and caring, personalized service. We have the best and the latest products for all your security needs and our certified pros will help your home or business be safe and protected against threats. Call us and we will arrive in under 30 minutes to help you upgrade your security.

 

Call Us 24/7 for Service At Your Location:

 866-696-1628