Broken Key Extraction, Expert And Local Locksmiths!
Sometimes without any warning you can find yourself holding part of your key in one hand while the other is still in the lock, contact us ASAP!
If this happens to you quick action can save your lots of money.
In most of these cases the broken key can extract fairly easily with the proper locksmith tools and skills.
What makes these jobs more difficult is when customers often try to extract the keys themselves.
Which may push the broken further into the lock often causing damage to the ignition or lock increasing the cost of repairs.
Most often once a broken key is extraction we can duplicate a key from both broken parts.
If you find yourself with a broken key and have both pieces we can either duplicate it from your keys or decode the key cuts, and make you a key with the exact specs as the original factory key like when the car was originally purchased.
Our shop has the most latest tools and knowledge to extract broken keys out of ignitions, trunks, door locks on automobiles as well as door locks, padlocks or anything which requires a key. A weak key has the sign as it is twisted bent or if it starts to crack.
If you see this you need to stop using that key immediately and come visit us to make you a new key.
Often excessive wear on a key occurs when keys are duplicated at hardware stores or locations where there machines are not kept calibrated and keys are cut too deep or spacing is off.
What this causes is it makes the key difficult to turn the lock that is if you are lucky enough for it to work at all.
When this happens the keys snap, every time this occurs it weakens the keys prematurely.
Our machines are calibrated often and we guarantee good quality key cuts.
Avoid Back And Forth Visits To Hardware Shop
Don’t spend time going back and forth making several trips to the hardware store.
We have a wall full of thousands of key blanks which means more than likely we have the key blanks you need.
Other ways to protect you from breaking keys is to make sure the locks are well lubricated.
We recommend using Teflon based lubricant like Tri-Flow or dry graphite.
Do not use WD-40 this will gunk up your lock in time and cause more problems than it fixes.
If you ever have trouble with a lock we recommend you calling a professional locksmith at Auto Locksmith Milwaukee.
So we can fix it right before more damage is done with a broken key or lock.