Without question, we understand that it isn't any fun to break your house, work, or car key inside of a lock.

That's why we have experienced key extractors on duty at all hours of the day or night.

We're on duty 24 hours a day and seven days a week for the convenience of our customers.


When I break a key in a lock, will I need to replace the lock too?

Most locks will not require replacement when you break a key inside of it because of the expert work of our locksmiths.

This is due to the extensive training and experience of our mobile locksmiths.

We provide them with a detailed procedure to follow for every service call.

Our locksmiths also have many years of experience helping people in the same position that you find yourself in today.

While you might not have any idea of what to do, our team does.

We are pleased of the reputation we have built as a knowledgeable, friendly, and dependable locksmithing company throughout the State.

You might think that you can do the job yourself and don't need the services of a mobile locksmith company.

We pride ourselves on our knowledge, quality, and prompt services for people who find themselves in an emergency situation.

Our locksmiths understand that they would want someone to respond in the same way if they were dealing with this problem.

We will certainly do our best despite any damage to your lock.

Whether they don't want to wait for service or fear it will cost them too much, this plan can backfire in a hurry.

You can do more harm than good when you don't understand at a deep level how keys and locks work.

If you push the key further into the lock's components, it becomes that much more difficult for our team to attempt to repair it.

However, our locksmiths never put speed ahead of quality.

As professionals with many years of training and experience, any member of our locksmith team can usually retrieve the pieces of a broken lock in under 30 minutes.

Will it be necessary to rekey locks after a locksmith works on them?

You won't have to rekey any of your locks when part of the key breaks off in it unless you want to do this.

We will take longer if necessary to ensure that we complete the job correctly.

Can I request your locksmith to create a spare key at the same time?

That is no problem at all.

When you work with a locksmith from our company, we make sure that both your lock and key remain safe and don't expose you to any unnecessary security risks.

The worker we dispatch to your home will create a new or spare key for you to replace the one that broke off in your door.

You also have the option of taking your key to a hardware store to have a copy made, but that would take more time.

The locksmith we send to your location will arrive with all the necessary tools to create a replacement key as well as a spare.

If you have the necessary skills, you can create a duplicate key yourself.

Will I be able to open the lock using one or both pieces of the broken key?

No, you won't be able to do this.

We ask that you don't attempt it either.

Although we understand you're anxious to get back in your house, business, or car, we encourage you to contact us immediately rather than try to force a broken key into a lock.

If you try to use half of a key or a bent key to open a lock, it could push the broken pieces even deeper within the lock.

Once that happens, our ability to extract the key decreases significantly.

We promise to send someone to your location within a few minutes of receiving your call.

We can't stress enough how important it is to contact us within a few minutes of realizing that your key broke off in your lock.

Here are some common scenarios that cause our customers to have to call us for emergency service:

After arriving at home and placing the key inside of your lock cylinder, you turn the key and see it break rather than unlock the door.

Not only could these items break as well, they could cause you to push the broken key even further into the components of the lock.

Here are some common scenarios that cause our customers to have to call us for emergency service:

After arriving at home and placing the key inside of your lock cylinder, you turn the key and see it break rather than unlock the door.

You may have navigated to this web page because you noticed a small crack in its head or blade or you have previously broken your key and know exactly what it looks like.

Another common problem is getting a key stuck in a door or the ignition of your vehicle.

You may reach us 24 hours a day, seven days a week for help with a broken key.

As we said, most people experience this situation at some point so please don't feel silly about needing help.

Perhaps you have broken a key before or you recently looked at your keys and notice small cracks in either the blade or the head.

Rest assured, we have emergency locksmith personnel on call at all hours.

A key broken inside of a lock might not seem like a big deal but trying to take it out yourself will turn into more of a job than you anticipated.

We are simply here to serve you should you need us.

A broken key can happen when you least expect it

It might look easy when we do it, but keep in mind that each of our locksmiths has years of experience and training.

We recommend that you never try retrieving the key on your own unless you happen to have years of experience and training as well.

You could cause significant damage to both the lock and the key if you do.

At a stressful time like this, it's nice to know that you can depend on our mobile locksmith company for help.

Our company knows that these situations don't just happen during business hours.

This is the reason we chose to have locksmith available 24 hours a day.

We encourage you to call us first and to make no attempt to fix your lock or key.

Whether it is the middle of the night, holiday, or weekend, just give us a call.

And we will be happy to come to your location and provide you with the assistance that you need.

Our company is happy to provide retrieval of broken keys at any time of the day or night.

This includes weekends and holidays.

Our company is happy to provide broken key retrieval days, weekends, nights, holidays, or whenever else you need us.

We serve the greater metro area.

No matter what the time or the day, please call us when you need emergency help retrieving a broken key.

Our team of locksmith experts can work with all types of doors and locks.

The reason that keys break inside of locks is that they become worn down over time.

When you look at the deepest cuts of your key, you're actually seeing its most vulnerable spots.

A broken key may not be far behind. You might get a warning that key is about to break when you see a hairline crack.

The key could also appear bent.

No matter what the situation, just contact us for immediate help.

We have the tools and experience necessary to retrieve broken keys from residential or commercial properties as well as from all types of cars.

The following is a list of the key duplication we provide:

  • Storage units
  • Mailbox
  • Mailbox
  • Homes
  • Personal vehicles
  • Machinery

We also replace keys in addition to fixing broken parts.

Please call us or to request an emergency appointment or to ask additional questions about how we can help you.