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First Choice Locksmiths Melbourne
Your Trusted Locksmith in Melbourne
Welcome to First Choice Locksmiths, your premier locksmith service in Melbourne. With a commitment to excellence and a focus on your security, we are here to provide top-notch locksmith solutions for your home, business, and vehicle.
First Choice Locksmiths have a wide range of locks to suit your commercial and high security Locks & Locksmith needs. We specialise in the implementation of major master key systems customised for all commercial sectors. First Choice Locksmiths melbourne are fully committed to the best customer service, client satisfaction and we continually strive to be the best possible Locksmiths in Melbourne.
- Rekeys / Lock Outs
- Automotive Keys Cut and Programmed
- High quality commercial grade locks supplied and fitted
- Restricted Master key systems design & installation
- Padlocks, Hasp and staples, door blocker plates and lockable bolts.
- Rekeying of all types of locks
Why FIRST CHOICE LOCKSMITHS?
Emergency Break-in Repairs. We Come To You!
Automotive Transponder Keys cut & programmed
Fully Mobile Locksmith Service To All Of Melbourne
Re-keying And Keying Alike Locks
Over 30 Years Of Locksmithing Experience
Need Your House locks Changed?
If you’ve had your house keys lost or stolen, we can come out and rekey your existing locks to ensure the old keys no longer work.
First Choice Locksmiths Melbourne service all of Melbourne suburbs including Aspendale, Bayswater, Bentleigh, Boronia, Braeside, Burwood, Carrum Downs, Caufield, Chelsea, Cheltenham, Clayton, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Ferntree Gully, Frankston, Glen Iris, Glen Waverley, Hallam, Knox, Malvern, Mentone, Moorabbin, Mordialloc, Mount Waverley, Narre Warren, Noble Park, Nunawading, Oakleigh, Pakenham, Parkdale, Patterson Lakes, Ringwood, Rowville, Seaford, South Yarra, Springvale, Vermount, Wantirna No job to small!
Someone has a key to my house. What do I do?
The best thing in this situation is to rekey or replace your locks, so the person won’t have an access anymore. We can come out to your premises and rekey or replace your locks so that the original key will not work and provide you with a new set of keys.
Do I need to replace my lock to get the key changed?
No, you don’t need to replace your lock to get your key changed. We can rekey your existing locks by repinning them and providing you with a new set of keys.
Should I rekey my locks or replace them?
If your locks work well and are in good working condition and feel secure, then rekeying is the most cost-effective way to change the keys for your premises.
What if my locks are old and don't work properly?
If your locks are really old and have seen better days, then replacing your locks will be beneficial. Not only will the locks look nice and shiny but newer locks will be more effective at preventing break-ins and will be a lot more reliable. Replacing all your locks will be more expensive than rekeying them as they can range from about $65 to over $300 per lock depending on the brand and quality.
What are your hours of operation?
First Choice Locksmiths have locksmiths available 24/7 to help you out in any situation. You can call us anytime and for more information visit us at www.firstchoicelocksmiths.com.au.
Do you offer free quotes?
Yes, we offer free quotes.
What is a master key system?
A master key is a way of restricting access to certain locks or areas in a building. The master key will open all doors while individual keys, also known as “change keys”, will only open some doors. This is a very effective way of limiting access to sensitive areas in your business premises.
Do you provide mobile service?
Yes, we provide mobile Locksmith service to all Melbourne and outer suburbs.
What are the advantages of security door locks?
Security door locks are a good way of providing extra security to your external wire door. An advantage of having security door locks fitted is that you can have the lock snib from the inside and feel safe when you open the front door to somebody you don’t know. They can be fitted to hinged or sliding doors.