The locks on your business property provide the first line of defense against unwanted entry. Their proper operation is important to the security of your belongings, business resources, and peace of mind. But like any mechanism with moving parts, a lock sustains wear and tear over time and requires occasional maintenance, repair, and upgrade to remain effective.
The safety and security of your business are Pop-A-Lock of Northern Colorado’s top priority. Our friendly, reliable locksmiths have the experience and know-how to ensure that all your locks are strong and fully operational, and provide a full slate of services to address any lock-related needs.
Master Key Systems
Whether you manage a commercial property and need some people to be able access all units and floors, while others can only access a specific unit; or you manage residential properties and need a master key to access all of them, Pop-A-Lock of Northern Colorado can create a Master Key System for you. We can design a multi-level master system, or a simple two level system. Call us to discuss your particular situation.
Rekey Locks vs New Locks
Rekeying changes the arrangement of tumblers or pins in a lock so that a new key is required to operate the lock. If the lock functions well and matches the style you like, then rekeying is the best solution. This service saves money and time by eliminating the need to purchase new hardware. Locks should be rekeyed when first moving into a property, when a set of keys is lost, or when you terminate an employee.
New Locks & Other Door Hardware
Pop-A-Lock of Northern Colorado technicians can offer a wide assortment of locks and finishes for new lock installations and replacements. We also offer a full line of hardware options from knobs and deadbolts to panic bars to ensure that the locks we provide match your preferences. We only work with trusted products and brands and guarantee that each job is done right.
Maintenance & Repair
Over time, normal wear and tear takes a toll on doors and locks. Occasionally the components fall out of synch, and a lock begins to malfunction.
Sometimes, a quick fix is all you need to restore proper operation – tightening a few screws or lubricating the right areas will often do the trick. Other times, doors must be adjusted or hardware re-aligned due to a building settling or temperature changes.
In any case, we always do our best to repair a non-functional or damaged lock, rather than replace it with a new one. Our technicians will walk you through the process and explain any problems that arise. Whatever the issue, we’ll be sure to find the right solution.