Locks are a great thing when they work the way they’re supposed to. They keep thieves and vandals out of your home, office, or car while keeping you and your valuables safely inside. Sometimes things go wrong, and you end up on the wrong side of a locked door! When that happens, you can count on Locksmith Sydney’s locked out service to set things right again.
Locked out emergencies are a lot like plumbing problems; they rarely happen when it’s most convenient. That’s one reason it’s so important to have emergency lockout services you can trust. It isn’t enough to find a locksmith who is willing to come to your location in the middle of the night. You need one who will provide real security solutions without compromising your safety. All the locksmiths from Locksmith Sydney are certified. You can rest assured they will be professional and trustworthy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What kinds of solutions do you offer with your emergency car lockout services?
A: Locksmith Sydney is ranked #1 for cheap car keys. We often cut keys for less than you will pay at the dealers and our service is available 24 hours a day in any area of Sydney. If you get locked out of your car at home or far away, just call. We will gain entry to your car and discuss your options for getting a cheap key made to replace one that is lost or stolen.
Q: Why can’t I just hide a spare car key in a magnetic box on my car?
A: Grabbing a spare key from a hidden spot of your vehicle might sound simpler than calling a locksmith and paying the fees for a locked out service, but there are a few reasons this isn’t the best approach. For one, these magnets don’t always hold very well. If you run over a rough spot in the road, you could lose your key and never know it’s missing. For another, car thieves know more about where to hide these key holders than you do. If you make it easy for them, it might be more than your keys that are at risk of being stolen!
Q: Wouldn’t it be simpler to leave my house key with a neighbour?
A: The answer to this question goes back to the issue of when lockouts are most likely to happen. If you’re coming home at 2 a.m. from an event and realise you’re locked out, waking your neighbours to retrieve your spare key might do more than annoy them. Surprising anyone at night is a dangerous situation. It’s safer and simpler to use our emergency lockout services and just let the neighbours sleep!
Q: What types of locks can you open?
A: We can service deadlocks, screen and roller door locks, cupboard locks, fire rated locks, garage locks, bolts, padlocks, glass door locks, safes, electronic locks, restricted key systems, and more. If you are locked out of your home or office, we can help you determine the best source of entry. Our goal is to get you back inside as quickly as possible while causing minimal damage to your locks.
Locksmith Sydney is your reliable resource for emergency car lockout services and lockouts at your home or business. Call us any time at any location in Sydney from Burwood to Ryde!
Engaging the services of MLAA member for your locksmithing or security needs; you can be sure that you are dealing with a locksmith who:
Master Locksmiths have the skills and experience to recommend effective security solutions to meet your specific needs. They can also supply you with an exclusive range of MLAA patented high security locking systems which are designed and manufactured in Australia to meet Australian Standards and market conditions.
These systems provide you with an extra level of protection for what's important to you.
You wouldn't choose an unlicensed builder, plumber or electrician so don't put the security of your family, home or business at risk. By choosing a Master Locksmith you can be sure that you are dealing with a qualified, licensed security professional.
Always ask to see your locksmith's security industry licence or Master Locksmith ID card.
Members are required to contribute to the security of the community by acting with integrity and applying the highest moral values in every aspect of their business including: