- Emergency house lockout services.
- Changing locks for residential homes.
- New lock installation on doors.
- Smart lock installation.
- Rekeying locks on doors.
- Damaged lock repair.
- Broken key extraction.
- Replace and/or repair window locks.
- Residential safe lockouts.
Can I drill the locks myself if I’m in a hurry?
Please don’t. We would advise that you do not attempt to drill the locks, or use forced entry to get back into your home. It is completely understandable that you might be in a hurry and that you are undoubtedly itching to get back into your home. However, attempting to drill the lock will damage your lock and will end up costing you more time and money. Instead of attempting to drill the lock, we implore you to call your trusty locksmiths here at Locksmith Service™ and we will be there shortly to help you out of your home lockout.
How long will it take your locksmith to help me out of my home lockout?
It takes our locksmiths approximately 25 to 30 minutes to rectify any home lockout situation, but this depends on the type of lock the home uses and the degree of difficulty this poses to our technicians. Our locksmith technicians will be able to give you a better approximation once they have arrived at your home. To give the best estimate they will assess the work that needs to be done to get you back into your home.
Will my lock be damaged in the process?
In the best-case scenario, the locks to the door of your home should not be damaged. Most of the methods that our technicians will employ to open your door will leave it in working order. These methods range from lock picking to lock bumping. However, in some cases more force will need to be applied to unlock your door. In this case, the lock will have to be drilled to help resolve your home lockout. Drilling a lock will damage the lock and the lock will have to be replaced, but do not let this get you down at all! Our efficient and fast locksmith will be able to help you replace the lock!
How long will it take the locksmith to reach my home?
The response time may vary based on your proximity to our locksmith technicians. However, it should take approximately 15 to 30 minutes for them to reach your home. Luckily enough, all of our locksmiths are mobile technicians. That means that they are constantly on the road, so if there are no extreme circumstances, our locksmith should be there shortly to help you out.
What do I do if I’m locked out of my home?
If you are locked out of your home, the most important thing you can do right now is not to worry, because we are here to help you out. Countless numbers of homeowners suffer a home lockout or a house lockout several times a day. On rare occasions a home lockout can happen to the same client twice. There is no need for you to worry. If you are currently stuck in a lockout, and you need help getting back into your home, make the call to your trustworthy locksmiths here at Lockout Service™. We understand just how much pressure and anxiety you must be under at this point in time, because we’ve been there, and we have experienced it too. However, it is important for you to make sure that you do not attempt to forcibly gain entry into your home because this can cause further damage and cause you to incur more costs. Sit tight and wait for our locksmith technicians, they will be there shortly to help get you out of your house lockout.
Will the contents of my safe be damaged in the process?
The contents of your safe should not be damaged under any circumstance while our safe locksmith is working to unlock the safe. However, there are some instances where the safe locksmith might have to cut into the safe or use other robust methods to attempt to gain entry. Ideally, none of these entry methods should cause any damage to the contents of your safe, but there is a possibility that it could happen. This depends on the nature of your safe (size etc.), so we want to make sure that you are well aware of every possible outcome.
Will my safe be damaged in the process?
In most cases, no. The safe locksmith is trained to use an entry method that will not compromise the integrity of your safe. However, all safes are made differently, and some have features that others do not make use of, so it is very hard to give a general answer to this question. Rest assured that the first method our safe locksmith will employ will not cause any damage to your safe. Some of the other methods employed to unlock a safe might cause some forms of minor cosmetic damage, but these are only used if there is no success using the first few methods.
How long does it take to unlock a safe?
The time it takes to unlock a safe varies based on the type of safe and the experience of the safe locksmith. Every safe varies by design and it is becoming a popular practice for many safes to have additional safety features. These features are put in place to make valuables more secure. Due to these factors, a safe lockout can last anywhere from a few minutes to an hour. The safe locksmith will let you know how long they expect the process to last. We implore you to be patient with them while they work to get you back into your safe.
Should I attempt to break into my safe by myself?
Unless you are a professionally trained safe locksmith, we advise that you do not attempt to break into your safe. If you attempt to try and break into your safe on your own, you run the risk of damaging it and damaging the contents. We understand just how anointed you can feel when you are locked out of your safe. However, instead of breaking into your safe, reach out to a safe locksmith and they will be there in no time to help get you back into your safe.
What do I do if I’ve lost my keys or forgotten my combination?
In the unfortunate event that you have lost the keys to your safe, or you have forgotten the combination to the safe, make sure that you call a safe locksmith to help you get back into your safe. It is important that you do not try to unlock the safe yourself with any methods of forceful entry. Make sure that you get in contact with a safe locksmith. Then sit tight while they work to get your safe back in working order for you.
How much does a professional home locksmith cost?
Lockout Service™ offers a variety of Home Locksmith services, and prices are based off the type of work required. All standard service calls are priced at $15; house lockouts start at $35; the price of lock rekeying has a starting cost of $19; lock change pricing begins at $35; new lock insulation prices start at $35; and pricing for safe lockouts also start at $35. For more on pricing, and the services we offer, visit our prices page.
Will opening my safe damage the safe?
The safe will almost assuredly need to be replaced after opening because it will have been compromised and will no longer be able to securely house your property.
Will opening my safe damage my property?
No! Lockout Service™ takes every precaution to make sure that your valuables remain unharmed during the process of opening the safe.
Will my house’s lock be damaged?
Most door opening methods such as picking or the use of a bump key will leave the lock in working order. In the most extreme of cases, the lock might need to be drilled, after which the lock will need to be replaced. Replacement is also no issue and is a service that your home locksmith can provide for you.
How long does it take a locksmith to open a door in my home?
Once our locksmith has arrived they will assess your situation and inform you of the services you need. A traditional home lockout will take approximately 25 to 30 minutes depending on the lock and method being used.
Do I need to know what type of locks my home has?
Lockout Service™ staffs trained professionals that can assess your locks and inform you of the services that you may need. You don’t need to have any prior knowledge on the lock products. A history of the services provided would be helpful but not needed.
How long does it take for the home locksmith to get to me?
It will take approximately 15 to 30 minutes depending on your home’s proximity to our available locksmiths. All of our locksmiths are mobile technicians which mean they are on the road 95% of the time.