Emergency lockout service 24 hours a day. Call 954-687-0885 now, and Lock N More’s residential locksmith will be at your home before you know it!
If you are locked out of your home, don’t try and get in on your own. Trying to get inside your locked home can lead to serious injury and can cause hundreds of dollars worth of damage. Your Lock N More residential locksmith is specially-trained to get you back into your home quickly, with little or no property damage.
Whether you have a door-knob lock, deadbolt lock, electronic keypad lock, or any other type of lock, we have the right equipment for the job. In most cases, we can open your lock without any damage. If that’s not possible, we carry a large selection of high-quality locks, and we can replace your lock while we are at your home.
We are a local business, and we have our own skilled residential locksmiths on staff with the right training and state-of-the-art tools to unlock your home! Plus, we are fully licensed and insured, and our technicians are carefully background-checked for your safety.
[expand title=”Can you come right away and unlock my house?”] Yes! Lock N More offers emergency home unlocking service and we can often arrive at your home within 30 minutes.[/expand]
[expand title=”Will my door be damaged in the process of unlocking it for me?”]
No, in most cases, we can get you back into your home without damaging your locks.[/expand]
[expand title=”Do I have to prove it is my house before you will open the door?”] Yes. You will have to show documentation that you have a right to enter the home in order for us to give you access.[/expand]
[expand title=”Are you available nights and weekends”] Yes, Lock N More is available 24/7, every day of the year.[/expand]
[expand title=”I spoke to another locksmith who wanted to drill my lock. Is this necessary?”]
No! It is very rare that a lock needs to be drilled, and that usually involves very high-security locks. Most competent locksmiths can get your door open with other tools, without resorting to drilling. If someone immediately wants to drill and replace your lock, you may be the target of a scam.[/expand]