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Everything You Need to Know About Restricted Key Systems

Everything You Need to Know About Restricted Key Systems

A restricted key system provides ultra-strong security and control to any home or business security system. In a restricted key system, keys can only be duplicated by an authorised person and new keys can only be cut by the master locksmith who originally produced the design.

Benefits of a restricted key system

1. Your locks will be more secure than with a standard key system

The keys in a restricted key system are unique in their design, are patent protected, and can only be copied by authorised people. This eliminates the security headaches caused by stolen, lost and unauthorised copying that can happen with a standard key system.

2. You will have more access and control of your security system

Restricted key systems can be customised to allow different levels of access to different key holders, including a universal master key. This way you can have peace of mind knowing exactly who has access to which areas of your home or business at all times.

3. You will have a detailed and accurate record of your keys

At Lock, Stock & Barrel Locksmiths we keep detailed records of your restricted key system. You will always know how many copies have been cut, when they were cut, and who gave the authorisation.

4. Your locks will be far more difficult to pick.

It’s much more difficult to pick a lock that is part of a restricted key system or for another key to open it because the keys are designed with a more unique and intricate design than keys in a standard key system.

How can you implement a restricted key system?

The easiest and safest way to implement a restricted key system in your home or business is to contact a master locksmith, like the mobile locksmith North Shore experts at Lock, Stock & Barrel Locksmiths.

A master locksmith is a locksmith that holds a master licence issued by the NSW police force. This ensures that you are dealing with a locksmith who is highly experienced, professional and is qualified and licensed under NSW State and Territory locksmith legislation.

Like all master locksmiths, we abide by an industry-wide code of ethics and conduct. This means that your restricted key system will never be copied by an unauthorised master locksmith.

Contact Lock, Stock & Barrel Locksmiths today for a no-obligation chat about implementing a restricted key system for your home or business. We are a trusted mobile locksmith who has proudly been servicing Sydney’s North Shore for over 25 years.

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