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3203 Medinah Circle East Lake Worth, Florida 33467

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No, not all locks are able to be picked. Some residential and commercial locks are high-security and pick resistant.

Yes. South Shore Locksmith is licensed, bonded and insured, as well as a member of the ALOA (Associate Locksmiths of America) Security Professionals Association, Inc.

Yes, but only if all of the locks have the same keyway or are made by the same manufacturer.

No, South Shore Locksmith does not charge a service fee when simply inspecting your locks. Estimates are free.

No, South Shore Locksmith was founded on the extensive knowledge of three generations of locksmiths. I’ve been a locksmith for over 40 years, and my father and grandfather were also locksmiths. I will personally take care of all your locksmith needs.

Rekeying means you can keep your present locks, but requires changing the pins inside them so any copies of your old key will no longer work. Rekeying saves you time and money!

At South Shore Locksmith, we accept all major credit cards, as well as cash and checks.

South Shore Locksmith services the following areas: Boca Raton, Florida – 33431, 33432, 33433, 33434, 33444, 33445, 33486, 33487, 33496 Boynton Beach, Florida – 33426, 33435, 33436, 33483 Delray Beach, Florida – 33484 Greenacres, Florida – 33413, 33467 Lake Worth, Florida – 33460, 33480 North Palm Beach, Florida – 33408 Palm Beach, Florida – 33480 Palm Beach Gardens, Florida – 33412 Royal Palm Beach, Florida – 33414 Wellington, Florida – 33414, 33449, 33470 West Palm Beach, Florida – 33401, 33405

Keying your locks alike can save you both time and energy. Since all of the locks will be the same, you won’t have to spend the time searching for the right key. Keying all of your locks alike is also a safe choice. If you ever find yourself in an emergency situation and need to get into your house quickly, you’ll know you have the right key the first time. Having two different locks is preferable when you want to allow access to your house to certain individuals, but only when you choose. For example, each exterior door will be outfitted with two locks. One lock’s key will be given to an individual so that they can get in. At times when you don’t want to allow them—or anyone else with a copy—access, you can simply lock the second one, and they won’t be able to gain entry. A downside of having different keys is that if you lose one key, you might only have one backup key if you are lucky.

The answer depends on the particular lock. With over 40 years of first-hand experience installing and repairing residential and commercial locks, I can tell if a lock is capable of being fixed or if the lock will need to be replaced altogether.

Most locks can be installed within 30 minutes, but this depends on the type of lock and if there are any modifications that need to be done.

A deadbolt such as Schlage’s High-Security Primus lock is one of the most secure options you can choose to defend your South Florida home or business.

Yes, but only on a lower knob lock with no lower latch guard.

The direction in which the door opens.

Most padlock keys can be duplicated, but it depends on the padlock.

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