Ah, Memory Lane
Remember when people used to leave their homes and car doors unlocked? Well, maybe you’ll just have to take my word for it. Seems like almost a century ago! In today’s world, unlocked doors are nothing more than a sentimental memory.
- Upgrade To a Builder-Grade Lockset
These days, a standard lockset is practically the equivalent of an unlocked door. That’s why so many people automatically upgrade from their builder-grade door locks. After all, when your family’s safety is at stake, it’s an incredibly small price to pay for peace of mind.
- A New Construction Home
Buying a new construction home? It’s impossible to know how many people had access to the keys to your home during the construction process. Don’t risk it. The first thing you’ll want to do is arrange for your locksmith to immediately rekey or replace the locks on the home. If you are satisfied with the quality of the locksets, a rekeying will be all that’s necessary. Again, if you prefer to upgrade to a higher quality lockset, replacement is the route for you.
- Outgoing Tenant
Own a commercial or rental property? Most property owners routinely have locks rekeyed as old tenants vacate the space. This is always the best idea for a number of reasons. The first is safety. While it’s not overwhelmingly likely, criminal activity does happen. A new tenant can rest assured, knowing no one else has access to the space they are contracting with you. Additionally, having the locks rekeyed helps protect you from liability should anything occur.
You Can Count on Access Lock & Key
We are your dependable greater Nashville locksmith professionals. A full-service locksmith company, we can handle all your commercial and residential needs. We also specialize in home, office, and vehicle lockout emergencies. Conveniently located in the Cool Springs area, we’re proud to have the fastest average response time in the area, typically between 5-15 minutes (depending upon distance). Contact Access Lock and Key at (615) 334-0057. We promise we’ll be there in a jiffy!