Locksmith – frequently asked questions (c) CLASS Locksmith 2015
Why use a locksmith - FAQ
To change the locks if you lose a key or move into a dwelling or premises which has been previously occupied.
If you are locked out of your home/premises, car, or safe – a locksmith can gain access for you with minimum damage and cost.
In short, anything to do with keys, locks, and safes.
Only a locksmith has the necessary skills, experience, qualifications and authority to perform your security work to a high standard to protect you, your family and your possessions.
There are three types of service:
GOOD – CHEAP – FAST
You can choose any two.
GOOD service CHEAP won’t be FAST
GOOD service FAST won’t be CHEAP
FAST service CHEAP won’t be GOOD
Locks and Keys - FAQ
Locksmith Terminology - FAQ
Put simply, a master keyed lock is a lock that is designed to be opened by a specific individual key or keys, and can also be opened by using a master key.
Master Key Systems play a critical role in the area of physical security and are used to control access to facilities such as perimeters, entire buildings, and specified spaces within a building. Usually fitted across one or more sites they range in size from a few doors to multiple buildings or assets across the city, country or indeed the globe. More often than not they are built up on a restricted key system to allow for key control. Their design can be from a very simple master key and user key design to complex keying structure.