November 15 2021
As a business owner, one of your biggest responsibilities is keeping your business safe and secure. Businesses are appealing targets for criminals because commercial burglaries tend to be lucrative most of the time. With burglars always seeking out every vulnerability they can take advantage of, it’s important to go the extra mile to secure your business.
One of the ways to protect your business against burglary and unauthorized access is to rekey locks with some degree of consistency. Ideally, businesses should get their locks rekeyed anywhere from 9 months to 3 years. You can base this decision on your business’s turnover rate and the value of the possessions you want to protect. Rekeying your business locks is faster and less expensive than changing all the locks. If it’s time to rekey your business locks, call Locks Pros to help you.
What Does Rekeying Lock Mean?
Rekeying involves changing the inner tumblers of the lock cylinder so that the lock will be operated with a new key. In other words, rekeying is all about reconfiguring the pin and tumbler components that are housed within the lock cylinder in order to give your lock a new key combination. When you rekey your business locks, the old key set will not work on the new locks.
Here are the situations where you’ll need to rekey your business locks:
You can also consider rekeying your business locks where you have a reason to believe that there’s a risk to your business’s security.
At Locks Pros, we can help you with rekeying your business locks, lock replacement, key replacement, and many other commercial locksmith services.