Residential Lock Repair in Arizona
Sadly, many people are familiar with the term “deferred maintenance”. They usually find out about it when they defer something long enough that it finally breaks on them at a very inconvenient moment and turns what was an annoyance into a serious problem. House keys can be like that. They work just fine for years, but gradually they wear down a little bit so you have to jiggle them in the lock when it’s cold, or hot, or just when you don’t insert the key exactly the way it likes to be inserted.
In any event, the day comes when jiggling doesn’t work at all anymore, and the dreaded reckoning with deferred maintenance lands in your lap. Even with keys in hand, you’re locked out of your own home– but how is that possible?
It’s possible because the lockset in your door has a number of small moving parts, particularly a series of small pins and springs that move when your key is inserted into the lock. Over time, dust and grease can build up to the point where these parts won’t move as they are supposed to. They can also wear down or break so they won’t move at all. They could even work perfectly but your old key has been used so
Now you might be wondering why you should fix your current cranky lockset rather than just buying a new one. The answer is actually quite simple. First off, you will need a locksmith to get your door open for you anyhow. Next, you would probably prefer paying to fix one lock or one key rather than paying to have all of the other door locks in your house replaced so that your one house key fits them all. Also, fixing one malfunctioning lock uses a lot less of the planet’s resources than buying several new sets– so you can save money and the planet at the same time.
As one the Valley’s premier residential lock repair specialists, we can get you into your home as fast as possible and at the lowest cost as well. We will arrive at your home with all of the tools needed to get you inside right away. In addition, we also stock our vans with a full assortment of everything else that might be needed in case your old lock is, in fact, irreparable. No matter what you may need to get everything working smoothly once again, or at what time of the day or night you might need us, we can make it happen for you.
So give Arizona Locksmith a call at (602)344-9599 or Contact Us and we will dispatch one of our service vans to your address as soon as possible.