Taking Care of Our Neighbors & Our community Commercial Locksmith Needs.
On many commercial properties, renters or owners opt for a similar lock to ones you would find on a residence. They install door knobs and call it a day. Depending on personally-relevant factors, this choice fits many people’s needs in their commercial properties. For others, the task is a bit more complicated. Many of our commercial locksmith customers opt for a higher level of security for their enterprises and order lever handle locks, keyed padlocks, Mortise locks, Cam locks or some additional commercial locks available out there.
Commercial Lock Change
Our Security Locksmith commercial techs are highly adept at a fresh installation of a commercial lock or lock change of commercial locks. As these locks require a higher level of skill and precision, our commercial locksmith technicians are extensively trained on all the commercial lock varieties out there, in terms of hardware as well as lock change and fresh lock install techniques.
Commercial Mortise Locks
Mortise locks are often chosen by our customers as they are two locks in one — one Mortise lock is both a deadbolt and a doorknob. In this way, they provide a higher security level for your commercial property. Another popular commercial lock is a keyed padlock. A keyed padlock can be either key-retaining or non-key-retaining locks, depending on whether or not they allow the key to remaining in the pad while the lock is open.
They are not as resilient as some other commercial locks, as they can be cut or even picked, but some customers do opt for them. Another popular choice in the world of the commercial locksmith is a combination padlock, which opens once numbers are entered in the sequence chosen by the lock owner. They can, as sometimes seen in action movies, be compromised due to the decoding of the numbers based on the tear and wear and general attempts of number guessing.
Commercial Lock Services
For interior doors of commercial properties, our customers often choose lever handle locks. The choice of commercial lever handle locks is usually based on the convenience of the lever for easy access to building employees. However, their easy access is the very same thing that presents their disadvantage—they can be rather easily picked or just opened by sheer application of force on the handle. This is the reason that they are mostly used for interior office doors or stairway doors in commercial surroundings, rather than for the exterior exits.
Commercial lock change or fresh installation is, therefore, best thoroughly discussed with your mobile commercial locksmith technician, in order to make the best choice possible for our commercial customers’ security needs. There are many good options from which to choose when it comes to commercial lock change or commercial installation of a security system, and it is therefore recommended to first ask your commercial tech about the different options available and then weigh them against each other instead of deciding on the first lock that seems appealing or seems to offer a high level of security.
Security Locksmith mobile technicians are dedicated to preserving and increasing the safety of commercial properties throughout the Bay Area, as our community relies on these businesses. Our commercial mobile locksmith technicians, therefore, are passionate about exploring all available options with our business and commercial locksmith customers before landing on the best fit!
Commercial locksmith Services
- Commercial Locks Re-keyed
- Master Key Systems Installed and Serviced
- Deadbolts and Leversets Installed / Repaired
- Keyless entry
- Install High-Security Locks
- Panic Bars
- Door Closers
- File Cabinet and Desk Locks