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    Secure Your Home with Medeco!

    Last updated 6 years ago

    Go to Google and enter the search term “Bump Key”.

    Did you see that?? Hundreds upon hundreds of sites offering videos on how to make your own bump key, how to use a bump key and even companies that will confidentially mail you a bump key for under five dollars. This web content is available to millions of people and most of them searching for bump keys intend on using them - maybe even at your home or business.

    Houston Safe and Lock recommends installing Medeco High Security Deadbolts and Locks for your home or business. Medeco is one of the elite, in a class of very few locks that absolutely cannot be picked or bumped. Houston Safe and Lock is one of very few Houston locksmiths that are authorized to install and service Medeco Locks and Deadbolts.

    Still not convinced that the locks on your home or business may be inferior? Visit our Houston locksmith showroom at 10210 Westheimer Road and we’ll show you how easy it is to bump standard deadbolt lock.  

    Houston Safe and Lock – Keeping Houston Safe for over 35 years.

     

    Find Your Perfect Safe at Houston Safe and Lock

    Last updated 6 years ago

    Houston Safe and Lock asks...

    Are you looking for a safe that will survive a Zombie Apocolypse??

    Don't worry! Houston Safe and Lock has HUNDREDS of fire safes and gun safes that are certified Zombie Proof!

    Store anything from a Tech 9 to a Twinkie in our High Security Safes!

    Stop by our Houston Safe Shop and Showroon at 10210 Westheimer Road or give us a call at 713-469-3247. We'll protect you.

     

    When is it Necessary to Re-Key Locks?

    Last updated 6 years ago

    Need to change a lock? Rather than having the entire lock replaced, you can ask your Houston locksmith to rekey it. This means realigning or changing the pins inside the lock so that it works only for your new key.

    Rekeying is useful in a number of circumstances:

    You cannot account for all existing copies of the key. It's always smart to rekey a new residence. Not only may the previous occupant still have a key, but copies of that key may be floating around. If you have lost your car keys, rekeying your car door locks will help keep your car safe. If you think your car keys have been stolen, then have your ignition lock rekeyed as well.

    Your building's security has been breached. If your home has been burglarized, or an employee with a key to the building has recently quit or been  dismissed, have all locks rekeyed immediately. Even minor security breaches may warrant rekeying. If you have let a contractor use your key while remodeling your building, consider that they may make copies, which you cannot keep track of.

    You want to add additional locks to your home or business. If you want to make all of your doors secure but do not want to weigh down your keychain with three or four additional keys, a locksmith can configure each lock so that it works for your existing key. You can also slim down your keychain by rekeying your locks so that one key unlocks every door in your home.

    When you need rekeying, find a locksmith with experience. Houston Safe and Lock offers the best 24-hour emergency locksmith services in Houston. We have been keeping Houston homes and businesses secure for more than 30 years, and we offer complete locksmith services, from rekeying to high security locks. We also offer a wide range of gun and fire safes, as well as transponder chip keys, for all of your security needs. When you need a Houston locksmith you can trust, visit our website or call (713) 469-3435.

    Happy Fourth of July!

    Last updated 6 years ago

    Happy Fourth of July to you and your family from Houston Safe & Lock! Call us or check out our website to see all our products!

    Great Review on Google Places!

    Last updated 6 years ago

    After a burglar stole our house keys on his/her way out from a shopping spree in our home a couple of months ago, I called MyHoustonLocksmith.com, simply because they were highly listed on Google as well as other sites. Kevin, the locksmith they sent out, was on time (we were in a bit of an emergency state), courteous, and very knowledgeable. He... More
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