Frequently Asked Questions About Broken Keys With Houston’s Best Locksmith Company

Can The Lock Still Be Used?

One of the first questions many people have when they break a key in a lock is whether or not the lock is still functional. Normally, the lock can be saved. Contact the best Houston locksmith possible to get the key out of the lock. Our professionals should be able to do so quickly and easily. They understand how locks work and have been in this same situation many times before. It is not a good idea to try and get the key out on your own. You could break the lock, rendering it unusable. At that point, you will have to get a new lock, unless we are able to fix it for you. Whether or not we can do so depends on the amount of damage inflicted to the device.

Will It Take A Long Time?

Our locksmiths have the experience necessary to get the job done right. They work quickly but efficiently and should be able to have the key out in less than half an hour. Locksmiths with the right amount of training have been exposed to situations like these a number of different times in their career. All of our team members will work hard to ensure that the job is completed quickly and to your satisfaction. Make sure to check out Pop-A-Lock today if you decide you need our services.

Is It Necessary To Re-Key The Home?

No, it is not necessary. Of course, you can re-key the home if you want to, but breaking off your key in the lock will not force you to do so if you don’t want to. When a trained locksmith comes out to take care of the situation, he or she will make sure that the lock remains in good condition throughout the process.

Can I Get A Spare Key?

Of course! If you would like your locksmith to make you a spare, they can do so. Because of their training, locksmiths are able to take a broken key and make a copy of it. They do so use the pieces of the key. They may also use the bitting code as well.

Can I Use The Key Pieces To Enter My Home?

Please do not try and use the pieces of your key to get into your house. You may make the situation even worse, causing damage to the lock and making it hard to eventually fix. Do not force the broken pieces of the key back into the door under any circumstances. After you realize that your key has broken off into your lock, you should get in touch with a locksmith right away. He or she has the training necessary to fix your problem quickly. Don’t stick anything into the lock; some people believe that they can get the key out themselves, but it is very difficult for someone with no training to do. Instead, leave it to the professionals, who won’t have any trouble getting the pieces out for you.

If you decide to call us today at (713) 722-0060. Make sure you choose a licensed company. Get a price quote before the locksmith is dispatched to your current location.