Securing your property

Securing your property by rekeying and deadlocking

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WHO HAS ACCESS TO YOUR PROPERTY???

Rekeying your home or business and installing deadlocks is more important than you may think! Watch the videos below to find out how you can secure your home or business.

Rekey your locks—PLAY the video below to find out why

When you move house or business, do you know who still has keys to your locks? Any past owners or tenants might have access to your property if you don’t change the existing locks. Do you carry around multiple keys to access the one premises? How much easier would it be to use the same key for every lock?

The most cost-effective way of securing your property or ensuring you don’t carry multiple unnecessary keys is by rekeying your locks. Rekeying is the process of removing your existing locks and changing the ‘tumblers’ of a lock cylinder with a different combination of tumblers. This is quicker and cheaper than replacing all existing locks

Toplock locksmiths can provide rekying of all of your locks 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Are you 100% insured?—PLAY the video below to find out how important deadlocks are to your property…and your insurance.

Did you know most insurance companies require you to have deadlocks on your doors and windows to get full cover? Deadbolts or deadlocks are locking mechanisms which allow opening only through rotation of a lock cylinder which make them different from the more regular lock and key mechanisms which operate with a spring to hold the bolt in place.

Deadlocks make entry into a building more difficult without the right key in your possession as you’d need to use more force to break-in as the door itself would need to be removed from the frame. Visual deadlocks on all your external doors and windows will make a potential intruder think twice!

Secure your property today by calling Toplock Locksmiths on 1300 679 979, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All Toplock vans are fully equipped to secure your residence or building today.