You and your property are only as safe as the lock that protects it!
Safety and security are important, especially if you live or conduct business in a high-crime area or have valuable items to protect with high security locks.
High security locks are made with stronger grade steel and higher levels of protection from break-ins. Some are designed to make forcing or jarring the lock loose next to impossible. Others have a complex electronic design.
Our professional and knowledgeable locksmiths work with some of the top high security locks in the industry including: ASSA Twin, Yale, Mul T Lock, Medeco, Schlage.
High security locks provide you with protection and peace of mind!
Go the extra step in securing your place with a lock that assures high security. These locks employ mechanisms that completely block and render nearly useless most typical lock pick attempts. Even a skilled attacker would need specialized tools and techniques to compromise a heavy duty, high security lock.
Know that you have the utmost level of security in place with high security locks that add an increased resistance to compromising or break-in attempts.
Our professionals provide you with top-notch high security locks to include:
Resistant to Forced Entry – The lock should be comprised of durable, strong material that makes it resistant to any forced entry attempt. Features such as steel rods, ball bearings, or hard materials are often part of the makeup of high security locks.
- Restrictive Keyways – Complicated keyways tend to frustrate would-be burglars by making it more difficult to insert and maneuver tools within the lock.
- Key Duplication Restrictions – Most high security locks have keys that are patent protected in order to prevent unauthorized duplication. Some high security lock systems require the that a security card be shown before a locksmith may duplicate the key or require specialty key cutting machines.
- Complex master keying configurations
Resistant to Manipulation – High security locks are designed to resist lock picking, decoding, or any manipulation as an attempt to unlock or gain entry through the lock. Most are designed to resist key bumping attempts. Pin tumbler locks often have security pins, for instance.
Contact the local professionals at Locksmith Service & Supply today to discuss your security needs and to decide which high security locks are right for your home or business needs to provide the highest level of protection and safety.