Rekeying New Home

rekeying new home

Have you moved to a new home?

There are few things you need to know to keep you and your family safe!

I did a job where a nice lady and her daughter moved to a new home in Easton, PA. Five days later, when the girl stayed home alone, she heard the door open.

She thought her mom came home. When she went down the stairs, all of a sudden, she saw a stranger in the kitchen. The poor little girl immediately screamed and ran to her bedroom, locking the door behind her, and the stranger ran away.

When her mom came home and heard her daughter’s story, she called the police. The cops checked the house, and found that  there is no force entry to the house.

One of the cop suddenly announced; this guy probably has the key. You must change all the locks without delay. Call local locksmith in Easton, immediately.

How old is your lock?

When you enter a building, look at the lock. How long has since it been installed?

How many people have had access to that key at one point or another?

Since there is no way to find out this type of information, the best way to go about it is to simply re-key your existing locks.

Re-keying Your Locks

A re-key is a relatively simple process of changing a certain “combination” within the locking mechanism thus requiring a newly cut key which will render the old key obsolete.

Re-keying is done when a lock owner may be concerned that unauthorized persons have keys to the lock, so the lock may be altered by a locksmith so that only new keys will work. Re-keying changes the tumblers or wafer configuration of the locks so new keys will function while the old one will not. Re-keying may be done without replacement of the entire lock.

Our mobile locksmith technicians arrive within the scheduled time block with all the skills and experience to complete the job. We are so confident in our service we offer a 100% guarantee on all labor.

If you moved recently and need to rekey your new home, please call us at (844) 240-0081