There's more to commercial locksmithing than cutting keys

Posted on: 24 July 2020

When you find yourself locked out of your business or need a lock repaired, you know that it's time to call your commercial locksmith. But a locksmith does much more than just cut keys and repair locks: today's locksmiths provide and install a wide range of security and access control systems that can help keep you and your business safe.  1. Access control systems Digital access control systems are an evolution of the traditional lock. [Read More]

5 Times That You Should Consider Changing Your Locks

Posted on: 26 February 2020

Australia has one of the highest burglary rates in the world, and burglaries happen in many ways. Sometimes, intruders gain entry because they somehow have access to your keys. This is why it's important that you understand when the time is right to change the locks on your home's doors. If you encounter the following situations, consider changing the locks on your home's doors. 1. Someone Moves Out When someone moves out of your home, consider changing the locks. [Read More]

Why Doesn't Your New, Freshly-Cut Key Work?

Posted on: 20 February 2020

Whatever the reason might have been for having a new key cut, you expect the thing to work. It shouldn't be so complicated to have an existing key duplicated, but what about when there was an issue with the duplication process? You're standing at your front door, attempting to unlock it, and your new key doesn't work. What would cause a problem like this? And does it mean that you're in fact locked out? [Read More]

Why You Should Call An Auto Locksmith For Ignition Switch Problems

Posted on: 6 February 2020

A faulty ignition switch is a likely culprit if your car won't start. Fortunately, an experienced automobile locksmith can make a diagnosis and take care of what needs doing to ensure your car starts running again. Common signs that point to ignition switch problems are if your dashboard doesn't light up when you turn the ignition key to start position, the car powers down when you release it from the full start position or the car starts for just a moment before turning off. [Read More]