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High Security Locks

Have you heard of "lock bumping?" It's a simple technique for opening 90% of the locks used on homes and many businesses today. It takes a special key...but directions for making one can be found online and are quite simple. With one of these keys, all it takes is a little "bump" to unlock the door.

Here's Why You Should Consider High Security Locks


High security locks are the solution

high-security-locks-are-a-safer-alternativeHigh security locks have a different style of key that cannot be "bumped" to open. They are a much safer alternative.

High security locks can't be "bumped." They're a little more expensive, but these security door locks will keep the bad guys from bumping their way into your home or business.

High Security Locks - The Modern Security Answer

Security door locks are the next step in the evolution of security. Your grandparents had "skeleton key" locks which were very insecure. The standard locks we've used for the last 50 years worked well for their time. Now the latest high security door locks are becoming the standard.

An Andrews Lock and Key locksmith will be happy to show you how these new high security locks will keep you safe. Just like standard locks, our locksmiths can key them so that you only need one key to open any door in your home, or put a master key system in place for your business or office.

Call Andrews Lock and Key at 480-437-4022 and we'll send one of our security experts out today.

Andrews Lock and Key - A 24-Hour Phoenix Locksmith


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Didn't make me feel like an idiot

5-starsout of 5 stars

When I pulled up to a club to perform with my band one night, I got out and immediately locked my instruments inside my truck. Running late and in a panic I saw "Andrews lock and Key" van sitting there. I ran over and told him what happened and as soon as I did he just looked at me like... no problem. And he meant it! Instantly I was perfectly at ease. He asked me what kind of vehicle I had, walked over to it, and was in my vehicle in less than 5 seconds. Didnt make me feel like an idiot, was a very nice guy!!

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