Locked out? Need an opening to you house or business? Key Access Locksmiths can help you gain access again without any changes or damage to your existing locks. We have fast turnarounds.
Just moved into your new property or tired of carrying around too many keys? Key Access Locksmiths can rekey your locks onto new keys without replacing the locks, saving you valuable money. In most cases we can also reduce the number of keys to the property down to one single key
Keying the whole property onto the same key
In most cases we can reduce the number of keys at a property down to one single key. ie 1 key works all locks
All types of Lock fitting
Key Access Locksmiths supply and fit all types of locks. Please see our Products(link to products page) page for brand names. These are just a small sample of the types of locks we can fit
- Dead latches
- Code locks
- Bio metric locks
- Garage locks
- Gate locks
- Window locks
- Electronic locks
- Mailbox locks
- Filing Cabinet locks
- Keyless locks
Yes we have advanced key cutting machines in our vans and have a broad range of blanks to cut keys onsite
We try to repair and recycle where we can to save the customer money.
We carry a broad range of parts for most locks and if it can’t be repaired, we will replace it at great value prices.
We can do restricted keys. These keys are simply keys that can’t be copied anywhere but from the originating locksmith who created the system. Normally stamped “Do not copy”, the locksmith requires a signature from the authorised person before a copy can be made, hence the term restricted system. Sometimes these systems are also Master keyed. Master keying is a system that allows generally a Master key to open all locks while a servant key may only be able to access some. The above is just an example as master keying allows for numerous possibilities. Call us to discuss your requirements
Master keying is the process of using more than one key in a system whereby a Master key may work all the locks but a staff key for example may only work the front door. Master keying is usually combined with a restricted system but can also be used in a simpler system such as the Lockwood LW4 key which can be found in most domestic properties.
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