We have the right experience to take care of your master rekeying needs.
While there are more sophisticated security systems on the market now, the humble lock and key remain great tools for keeping your property safe. For maximum security, each lock in a building should ideally be paired with its own unique key, but that solution is not always ideal.
Fortunately, locksmiths like those on our team here at Giddy Up Locksmith can offer a solution that creates an ideal balance between security and convenience: pairing the locks with both their own separate keys and with a single master key that can open them all. If you are interested in master rekeying services for your property, just give us a call to get started.
To understand how master rekeying works, you first need to know how locks work. Locks contain metal pins that move up and down vertically, and they change heights based on the height of the key’s teeth. When the key is not in the lock, the pins overhang the shear line (the seam between the rotating cylinder and the rest of the lock) by various amounts, but when the key is inserted, the pins align with that seam exactly, allowing the cylinder to turn and the lock to be opened.
Master rekeying involves inserting master wafers, or smaller sections of metal, into the pins to give them a second configuration. Once the process is done, both the original key and the master key will bring the pins into the correct alignment to open the lock.
We are proud to serve the Dallas, Texas community, and we want to help you make sure your property is safe from forced entry while also ensuring that you can access it when you need to. If you need master rekeying services, you can turn to our team to get the expert results you deserve.
At Giddy Up Locksmith, we offer master rekeying services in Dallas, Richardson, Plano, Allen, McKinney, Frisco, Little Elm, Garland, Mesquite, Irving, Grand Prairie, Arlington, DFW Airport, Denton, Fort Worth, Grapevine, Lewisville, and South Lake, Texas.