A business owner in Bowie, MD, contacted MacArthur Locks & Doors to have the lock on their commercial space rekeyed. They wanted to ensure that their business's security was up to par, so they decided to have a professional locksmith take care of it. Our locksmith finished the job in an hour and handed the new owner their new keys and duplicates.
As a business owner, keeping all aspects of your security, including your locks, is paramount. Keeping them in good working order is crucial to protecting your business. It is easy to rely on high-tech security systems in today's digital age. But without properly functioning locks, those systems are worthless. So do not overlook this important part of your security plan.
There are several ways to improve the security of your business's physical locks. These include lock rekey, repair, replacement, and upgrade to more secure commercial door locks. If you are deciding between rekeying and changing locks, the following information will help you choose the best strategy for boosting your business's security.
Rekeying a lock is a process whereby a locksmith alters the pins inside the tumbler so that an existing lock will work like a new one without replacing the hardware. That can be a great option for those who want to change their locks without going through the hassle and expense of replacing them entirely.
If you are looking for an easy and affordable way to improve security, rekeying your locks is a great option. Whether you are moving into a new home or business or want to increase security, this is a quick and simple solution.
There are many reasons someone might choose to replace their locks, even if rekeying is an option. Rekeying can be a quick way to boost security, but it may not be the best solution for everyone. Here are some factors to consider when making your decision:
Rekeying and lock repair are equally viable solutions to keep using the hardware that currently secures your business. However, the following situations frequently call for lock replacement:
• After an intrusion that resulted in damage to the lock
• When a lock is rusted, tight, or otherwise not working properly
• When installing keyless locks and going keyless
• When upgrading to stronger, more robust locks
• When a lock is weak or improperly placed
There are many reasons to have your business locks rekeyed. Perhaps the most common reason is when you move into a new space and do not know who else has copies of the keys. Other times you may need to rekey the locks include when there are changes in employees, such as when a key-holder employee quits or is let go. Rekeying is also a great idea to do at intervals as a quick and inexpensive security boost. However, keep in mind that if you rekey your locks, you will need to provide new keys to other key holders on staff.
Before deciding whether to replace or rekey your locks, you will need to consider a few things. One is the level of change that needs to happen and how widespread it needs to be. For example, replacing locks on a small retail space would be less complicated than replacing all the locks throughout a hotel or government facility. Another thing to consider is how much time and money you are willing to invest in this project. If you are unsure which route to take, the best way to figure out what to do is to contact a local commercial locksmith.
The security of your company is an important consideration. Talk to lock and door professionals like MacArthur Locks & Doors if you are unsure of the appropriate security measures for your home or business. We offer premium locksmith services, including commercial door locks replacement, lock rekey, and installation. In addition, a 24-hour locksmith service is available in the DMV area to assist you with emergency locksmith assistance. Call us now for a free estimate.
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