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Why use a Master Locksmith

By using a company that is a member of the Master Locksmiths Association you are ensuring you are using a qualified and experienced security professional. Master Locksmith members need to abide by a code of ethics and be licensed to operate as locksmiths under NSW state security industry legislation.

I am moving house. Why should I consider changing the locks?

When you move into a new house you are unaware if the previous owner or builder has given you all the copies of the keys that have been made to your house. A locksmith can rekey your premises and you can be sure you are the only one holding keys to your property.

What is rekeying?

Rekeying is a process where the locksmith is able to change the pins inside your locks so that a new key operates it. In appropriate situations this is a cost effective option as you don’t need to replace the whole lock.

Can I get all my locks to work with one key?

Yes in most cases a locksmith can rekey the locks around your property so that all locks can be operated by one key.

What happens if I am broken into?

The first thing you need to do is ring the Police. Once they are finished a Locksmith can secure your doors and rekey your property if needed.

What are restricted keys?

Restricted keys are usually protected by a patent. The patent stops locksmiths and others who cuts keys from making copies of that key. Owners of restricted keys usually need to provide ID before additional keys can be cut.