Howlett Lock & Door is a professional mobile locksmith service that can help you with all your security needs. Are you moving or buying a new home? Make sure you and your loved ones are protected by upgrading hardware or re-keying your locks. We can give you peace of mind, knowing that your home is secure.
We are dedicated professionals who are committed to providing you with the best residential locksmith services available.
- Repair or Change Locks
- Key Replacement
- Garage Door Locks and Keypad Entry
- Keyless Entry Systems
- Rekeying/Master Keying
- Deadbolt Installation
- Safes – Sales, Service and Opening
- Security Locks – ASSA, Schlage Primus, and Medeco
Whatever your residential locksmith needs, our mobile service is available to come to your home, If you find yourself locked out of your home or are unfortunate enough to be the victim of a break-in, call the professionals. Our friendly technicians will resolve the problem to ensure your safety by securing your property.
For a residential locksmith you can rely on, Howlett Lock & Door is the only number you need. Reach out to us today to find out more about the quality locksmith services we have to offer.
Because we are a family owned business, and not a franchise, we do not endorse or require you to purchase a specific brand. We strive to find the best quality and performance to fit your project and budget.
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Rekeying a lock is replacing the old lock pins with new lock pins. Locks are usually re keyed to build master-key systems, make a set of locks share a common key, or to eliminate compromised keys.
A dead bolt, deadbolt or dead lock is a locking mechanism distinct from a spring bolt lock because a deadbolt cannot be moved to the open position except by rotating the key. The more common spring bolt lock uses a spring to hold the bolt in place, allowing retraction by applying force to the bolt itself.
A keyless entry system is an electronic lock that controls access to your house without using a traditional mechanical key. The term keyless entry system originally meant a lock controlled by a keypad located at or near door, which required entering a predetermined (or self-programmed) numeric code.