Indianapolis LOCK INSTALLATIONS AND UPGRADES
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don't look at the most obvious security issue when it comes to said locations: are the locks on the home or business out of date?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 IT'S TIME TO CHANGE YOUR LOCKS
Whether you are a home or business owner, unless you built your property from the ground up, chances are high that there was a previous owner. Most people simply hand over the keys to the next tenant or owner, and the keys never get changed. In such a case, there is a strong possibility that the keys were copied. There's a possibility that in fact there could be dozens, if not hundreds of keys milling about that could open the doors to your home or business. It's very possible no one actually knows how many copies of a set of keys there are. And that's only one of the many situations where one should consider installing a new set of locks for their home or business. Others examples include:
- 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- When your locks are simply old, outdated or damaged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 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
We Do Both Home and Office Lock Installation
When you call us, we send over a specialist to perform an initial security assessment by request. We use a multi-point system to determine potential security weaknesses and where your security itself needs upgrading. We have a full line of security solutions for every home or business, from the most basic and affordable to the highest-level security options available. The reason for this is because we believe quality home security is everyone's right. Not everyone needs a fingerprint scanner; for the average household a decent security system and deadbolts will fill all their security needs.
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: Don't Forget Your Vehicles
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.
STANDARD LOCK SYSTEMS WE SERVICE
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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The Next Level: The Mortise Deadlocks
Similar in appearance to the deadbolt, the Mortise Deadlocks adds another layer of practical security. To open a Mortise Deadlock, you need a key for either side of the door. These locks are particularly useful when dealing with rooms in which no one except the keyholder should have access. Instead of a knob, there is another keyhole, guaranteeing that no one on either side can grant access they don't have. This is especially useful for rooms in which security must be carefully maintained internally as well as externally (unlike a regular house lock, for example-- you would need a lock to get in, but once inside probably don't want extra security in the kitchen. We use the best Mortise Deadlock systems in the industry, including:
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.
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, 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: 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
Virtually all of today's modern lock systems can be made compatible with phone apps that will alert owners where someone is on your property. With real-time alerting, you have the comfort of knowing when and where everyone in the building is at all times. These locks are capable of working through Wi-Fi and wired systems, and not only will they notify you when you aren't home of attempts to break-in, but the police can also remotely be notified. (After that, make use of our emergency locksmith service.)
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.