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TOP LOCKSMITH NYC
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE
Where are you located?
Our call center is located in Great Neck and our mobile locksmiths are spread NYC Bronx, Brooklyn , manhattan, Nassau and queens , so rest assured that one of them is always close to your areas.
When are you open?
We provide 'round the clock services, so you can book an appointment anytime. Also we open on weekend and holiday.
I need a consultation, can you help me please?
Sure, just call us 917-472-1252 and you will get any information you need from one of our friendly and knowledgeable dispatchers.
How fast will you show up?
It will take up to 20 minuets from the moment you call, depending on your address and on the traffic.
Are all of your technicians licensed and bonded?
Yes, we employ only licensed and bonded specialists also they are qualified by profession.
Why should I use a professional locksmith company?
Skilled professional locksmiths bring experience and fund of knowledge in lock, safe & security problems and are better prepared to solve security issues to your unique situation.
What do I do If I lost my keys?
Call a locksmith. Locksmiths can generate new keys for most types of locks, this includes Autos, Motorcycle and home locks.
What is a Master Key?
A Master Key is created when a group of locks are "custom" coded so each lock uses a different key, but a combination is "added" so one key will open all locks. It is a myth that there exists a particular Master Key that will open all locks. In order to Master-key a group of locks the locks must all be made by the same manufacturer or at least have "common" Keyways. In a group of locks that are Master-keyed (MK) each lock is operable by both it's own individual key and the Master-Key. Each individual key operates it's own lock only. The Master-Key operates all the locks in the group. Other systems are also possible using sub-Masters, Grand-Masters, etc.
Can A Locksmith cut a key from a number?
In many cases keys can be made by a Locksmith from the code number of a lock. This is common with vehicles, padlocks, filing cabinets, etc. Requiring proof of ownership before cutting a key by code is a standard procedure used by Security Professionals to safeguard security.
I want all of my locks on my house to take the same key, can this be done?
Yes, your locksmith can help you do this. In most cases you can keep your existing locks, you can have a locksmith code them alike. This is refered to "Keyed Alike". An easy test to see if your existing locks are able to be keyed alike, is to see if the one common key will enter the cylinders (keyway) on the other locks. Generally, if one common key will enter all locks, then they can all be "Keyed Alike". If your locks are not compatible, you may be able to use most of your locks, and need to purchase 1 or 2 to accomplish your goal. Consult with your locksmith, we can help get you on the right track, with a minimum amount of money spent.
New car has some kind of security device built into the key, do I have to go to the dealer to get a copy?
NO. Most locksmiths can reproduce these keys. Including the latest high security vehicle keys. In nearly all cases, your locksmith will save you money over the dealer. Believe it or not, your locksmith is usually more familiar with, how these systems work, than your dealer. Also most locksmiths require that you purchase the keys from them. They do not cut keys from the internet.. and special equipment is required by the locksmith to program the keys to the car and challenge codes needed to be input into the program to make the keys work properly.
Someone Has stolen my keys, I need to change my locks, Do I have to buy new locks?
No. You can have your locksmith "rekey your locks. Rekeying a lock is the process of replacing the tumblers (pins, wafer tumblers) of a lock cylinder with new tumblers of different sizes. A new key will coincide with the new tumblers and the old key will no longer work. In other words, it is not necessary to buy new locks. Re-keying locks is something that should be done if you have moved into a new residence or lost a set of keys. Most automobile locks can be Re-keyed as well. Re-keying locks is usually significantly less expensive than replacing locks.
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15 Great Neck Road,Great Neck
New York - 11021
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