Honolulu NEW: SECURITY AND LOCK INSTALLATION
When you need to upgrade your security, it's time to call Our certified locksmiths to make sure your security is maximized.
Most people want to ensure that their homes and businesses are properly secured, but they don't look at the most obvious security issue when it comes to said locations: are the locks on the home or business out of date? Are they old, or broken? Most importantly, who has the keys? Many older locks have keys that have been copied dozens of times, thus creating a security risk. Making sure that you have the best security possible means it's time to start exploring new locks and security systems for your home or business. With a new and professionally installed security system, you can feel safe in your home as well as confident that your business interests are secure. Security is often one of the most overlooked aspects of daily life, so is that really the smartest way to protect your home or business? Instead, take a moment to consider a few things.
WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO CHANGE THE LOCKS?
The best time to change the locks is always earlier than we expect. 'Changing the locks after the first break-in' is a guaranteed way to make it happen. Homeowners and business owners often don't know how many of these old locks have hundreds, if not thousands of keys floating around. Don't let yourself become a victim: call us right now to make sure that your business assets are protected.
- Your keys are lost or stolen
- After a break-in that damages your lock
- When your previous employee 'forgets' to return the office keys
- When you have to relocate to a new office
- A roommate moved out but retained possession of the keys
- When you need to upgrade your security system
- As part of your home or office renovations
- When your locks are simply old, outdated or damaged
- Divorce, death, or a new tenant
- Moving to a new home
- If your vehicle was broken into and a copy of the keys were taken
We are here for you when it is time for you to upgrade your security with a wide range of security options for your home or your business (even your vehicle!)
LOCK REPLACEMENT SERVICES
We Specialize in Both Residential and Business Lock Installations
We will always start every security installation with an inspection and assessment to make sure that all aspects of your security are covered by the work we do. When you have a glaring hole in your security, we will be the first to both inform you and offer potential solutions, so you aren't just left wondering what to do. Not every solution is the same: in some cases the solution may be as simple as a few deadbolts and a home security system. But will every system work like that?
What this doesn't mean is to run off to the local hardware store and just buy the cheapest deadbolt. Different doors work best with certain types of deadbolts, and unless you are experienced in installing locks, it is best to call in a professional to do the installation so that the door is locked properly. The biggest weaknesses in home and business security are often the result of user error, and often a poorly or incorrectly installed lock can be the cause of a break-in or security breach later. Instead of dealing with the danger and risk of doing it incorrectly, call on our professional, certified locksmiths today to install your lock correctly.
Car Lock Installations and Changes
We are a security company, not just a home security company, so if you need to update the locks on your vehicle fleet or your home vehicle, it's time to call the experts. We are ready and waiting 24/7 to help out with all the tools necessary to install and repair car locks, no matter the size of the fleet. We work with all model vehicles, so you'll have your locks and automotive security upgraded in the shortest possible time frame. Security is what we do; why not upgrade your mobile security as well?
WE INSTALL A WIDE VARIETY OF LOCKS
Enter The Deadbolt
The long-time standard of personal and business security, the deadbolt lock is familiar to everyone. Most homes and many businesses are equipped with locks that are built into the door and the wall. Of course, newer technologies help to offer even more security such as digital locks, but the deadbolt for at least some time remains the most common lock technologies (though we are equipped to set up even the latest technological advances in security.) We service a variety of brands of locks, including:
- Master Lock
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Mortise Deadlock: One Lock, Two Keys For Added Security
Similar in appearance to the deadbolt, the Mortise Deadlocks adds another layer of practical security. To open a Mortise Deadlock, you need a key for either side of the door. These locks are particularly useful when dealing with rooms in which no one except the keyholder should have access. Instead of a knob, there is another keyhole, guaranteeing that no one on either side can grant access they don't have. This is especially useful for rooms in which security must be carefully maintained internally as well as externally (unlike a regular house lock, for example-- you would need a lock to get in, but once inside probably don't want extra security in the kitchen. We use the best Mortise Deadlock systems in the industry, including:
High-Tech Lock Systems: the Latest in Security Technology
In recent years, locks have moved whole generations in design. Not only are newer lock systems often more secure than key systems (using a variety of verification methods, they are also cheaper to replace than older key systems.
Keycard Systems: a keycard system is based around electronic and magnetic locks that can be accessed through the tap of a card, as opposed to the use of a physical key. Not only can they be programmed to have different access levels, they can also be easily programmed for new users, as well as changed in the case users need to be removed from the system. Along with older technology, keycard systems can add whole new levels to security and access that are simply unparalleled.
Keypad Systems: keypad systems are relatively similar to keycards in that they are programmable on multiple levels, but use codes to open doors that are entered on pinpads instead of a key card system. Keypad systems are popular in conjunction with keycard systems because even if a potential troublemaker has one, he will probably have trouble gaining both.
Fingerprint and Retina Scans
Fingerprint and Retina Scan Systems: The ultimate in total security, these systems are designed to ensure that no one gets in without authenticating their very existence. These are high-enough security devices to be used with high-level government and private-sector offices.
Mobile Phone App Compatible Systems
Virtually all of today's modern lock systems can be made compatible with phone apps that will alert owners where someone is on your property. With real-time alerting, you have the comfort of knowing when and where everyone in the building is at all times. These locks are capable of working through Wi-Fi and wired systems, and not only will they notify you when you aren't home of attempts to break-in, but the police can also remotely be notified. (After that, make use of our emergency locksmith service.)
As technology continues to drop in price, the cost of these amazing systems continues to drop and are now reaching cost parity with traditional lock systems.
Better Security: It's Why We're Here
Once you are aware of just how unprotected your property is, it's time to call us to get a qualified analysis and determine what you need to fully guard your property. No one is going to guard your property the way you want except you, and to make sure your home, family and business are safe, you want to make sure you hire the best to cover all of your security needs. Don't try to take cut-rate measures when it comes to the things that are ultimately most important to you. Give your loved ones, your assets, and your business the protection that they need and deserve. call us right now-- operators are standing by.