Why You Need Spare House Keys

spare house keysHow many house keys do you currently have? If you have fewer than three, you’re asking for trouble. As a homeowner, you should have several spare house keys on hand. Having these spare keys available is more than merely convenient; it can save you a lot of time, hassle, and money. Luckily, it’s easy and inexpensive to produce spare keys. Speak with your local lock and key company about the process and cost. Not convinced yet? Here are three reasons you should make multiple spare keys for your residence.

1. Prevents Lockouts

Lockouts happen from time to time. If you only have one house key, then you’ll need to call a locksmith to regain access to your home. A trusted friend or neighbor with a spare key, on the other hand, can save you time and money.

2. Helps Extend Key Life

Keys don’t last for infinity. Every time you use your house keys, it causes gradual wear that will eventually render them unusable down the line. Having more than one spare house key to alternate between means they will all last significantly longer.

3. Simpler Replacement

If you have only one key to your home, losing it can be disastrous. It’s a relatively simple process for lock and key professionals to make a duplicate key from an existing key. It’s significantly more difficult, time-consuming, and expensive, however, to make a new key from the lock itself.

Do You Need Additional Spare House Keys?

Do you need spare house keys made? Don’t risk a lockout by having only one or two. Contact White Knight Safe & Lock today to have a few additional copies produced for your convenience. We provide lock and key services for residential, automotive, safe, RV, CCTV and commercial clients. Call us at (253) 833–1010 or (253) 621–4129.

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Posted on April 6, 2020 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business