Q: What is a locksmith?
A: A locksmith is a trained professional who has knowledge, experience and proper apparatuses to provide locksmithing services, from safes to prison locks. There are many locksmiths who specialize in a specific type of locksmithing service.
Q:Why should I contact a locksmith company?
A:A trained locksmith technician brings expertise in lock, security and safe issues. They have equipment and tools used for tackling locking problems and offer quick and quality service.
Q:Why contact a licensed and experiences locksmith?
A:There are people who are working as locksmith but aren’t licensed. These individuals are often trying to make as much money as possible while proving low quality service. Only licensed locksmith are qualified to offer efficient locksmith services and provide factual information and advice.
Q:Can I buy tools to open locks?
A:No because it is illegal in most state since it could be considered as burglary tools. Only licensed locksmith are allowed to carry locksmithing tools and a locksmith WILL NOT supply opening tools to anyone.
Q:Car Dealer or Locksmith?
A:Locksmith technicians specialize in automotive locking services, with all the changes technology brought to the industry in the past few years, locksmiths always stay updated with these changes. Having a locksmith to take a look at your automotive locking system is definitely more beneficial and less expensive than a car dealership.
Q:What is there such thing as a master key?
A:Yes, but does not have the purpose many might think. A master key is designed to open a specific group of locks.
Q:Is it possible to have all of my locks in my home to have the same key?
A:Yes it is. If you have a key that slides into all your locks, then the locks can be re-keyed so it can be “keyed alike”. If there have a locks that the key doesn’t slide into, then those will need to be replaced to the type of key you’re holding.