Lock Change & Repair

Certain situations call for a change of locks instead of rekeying them.  Have you moved into a new home, or have a need to upgrade the effectiveness of your security?  Then likely you will need to change your locks entirely.  Allow us to help you with that.  Sky Lock & Doors Service has built a strong reputation with homeowners and businesses throughout Houston. Whether you need a lock change or a repair, our team is the best you can get.

Sky Lock & Doors Service is licensed and registered with the Texas Department of Public Safety.  Our locksmith team has experience with lock manufacturers of all types, including:

  • Adams Rite
  • Assa Abloy
  • Augusta
  • Baldwin
  • Kaba
  • Mul-T-Lock
  • Schlage
  • Securitron
  • Yale

Houston Locksmith Lock Change

Although changing a lock could seem to be a simple process, there are some reasons why you may want to hire a locksmith to complete the job.  Here are a few:

Improper Lock Installations:  Sometimes home contractors are in a rush, and they assign ”small jobs” to unqualified help.  Unfortunately, one area that gets overlooked is locks.  One thing to remember is “a lock that is improperly installed is a security liability.”  We not only understand how to properly install door locks, but we also know how to fix ones that have been installed wrong.

New Home Purchases & Locks:  When you buy a new house there is a high probability that there is a master key for those locks.  Why?  Any contractors (sometimes sub-contractors) that have worked in the home may have used a master key to have access to all of the rooms.  Are you comfortable with the idea that someone could have access to your home?  If you are in the market of getting new locks, give us a call.  We can show you the advantages and disadvantages of several lock brands and styles.

Houston Locksmith Lock Repair

Another situation that calls for attention to your locks is when they have been compromised by environmental conditions, tampering, or other damages.  For instance, here in Houston, your locks are prone to rust over time due to high humidity.  A lock that is compromised by age, rust, or tampering is a liability.