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Welcome to KeyZoo, your reliable locksmith in the heart of the Bronx, New York. Specializing in efficient key solutions, we address residential, commercial, and automotive needs with prompt and professional locksmith services tailored to your requirements.

 

347-594-2778

Keyzoo New York

Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Bronx, Long Island

104 W 40th St, New York, Ny 10018, USA

347-594-2778

office@keyzoo.com

Sunday-Friday 8am-10pm

Our Services

KeyZoo is a one-of-a-kind online platform for ordering key solutions that come to you! We offer various cost-effective key services.

Residential

Choose what you need from one of our many residential services. We handle lockouts, rekeys, safes, and more! Our experts will keep you safe.

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Business

Our business services are top of the line to keep everyone safe. We offer a wide range of services that are made just for businesses.

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Automotive

Our automotive services offer flat rates with no hidden fees.You’ll know exactly what you’re paying for, while having guaranteed satisfaction.

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Emergency

Emergency situations can be stressful! But, know that KeyZoo will be there as soon as possible. Our average arrival time is 25 minutes!

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Not sure which service is right for you?

Choose what you need from one of our many residential services. We handle lockouts, rekeys, safes, and more! Our experts will keep you safe.

347-594-2778

How it Works

Quick and Easy Steps to Get the Service You Need

01

Identify Your Service


Start by choosing the type of service you require, whether it's for your home, business, in an emergency, or for your vehicle.

02

Pick the Specific Service


From re-keying your house to getting assistance with a car lockout, select the exact service that meets your current need.

03

Provide Your Details


Enter your name, contact number, and the location where you need the service. This helps us tailor our assistance to you.

04

Place Your Order


Choose to pay online now and enjoy a discount, or opt to pay the technician upon job completion for flexibility.

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We're on Our Way


Good news! Your technician is already en route to your location, ready to expertly handle your request.

And you're all set

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FAQs

Find answers to common questions about locksmith services

The cost of hiring a local locksmith can vary widely depending on several factors, including the specific services required, the location, and the time of day. On average, you can expect to pay anywhere from $50 to $200 or more for common services like lockout assistance or rekeying locks during regular business hours. Emergency services, weekend or after-hours calls, and specialized tasks may be more expensive. It's advisable to obtain quotes from local locksmiths for a more accurate estimate based on your specific needs.

 

Locksmiths are trained to gain access to locks and security systems without keys, but they typically do so legally and with the permission of the lock's owner. They use specialized tools and techniques to pick locks, bypass security mechanisms, or rekey locks when necessary. However, it's essential to ensure that you hire a licensed and reputable locksmith who follows ethical and legal practices, as their skills can also be misused for unauthorized entry or illegal activities if not used responsibly.

 

A locksmith performs various tasks related to locks, keys, and security systems, including:

 

  • Lock Installation and Repair: They install, repair, and replace locks on doors, windows, safes, and other items, ensuring they function correctly.

  • Key Cutting: Locksmiths can duplicate keys, create new keys for locks, and rekey locks to work with a different set of keys.

  • Lockout Services: They assist people who are locked out of their homes, cars, or businesses by gaining access without damaging the locks.

  • Security Consultation: Locksmiths offer advice on enhancing security, such as recommending high-security locks, electronic access control systems, or surveillance systems.

  • Keyless Entry Systems: They install and maintain electronic and keyless entry systems, including keypad locks, card readers, and biometric access systems.

  • Safe Services: Locksmiths work on safes, opening them when combinations are forgotten or malfunctioning, and repairing or servicing safes to maintain their security.

  • Master Key Systems: They create master key systems, which allow different levels of access within a property using a single master key.

  • Emergency Services: Locksmiths often offer 24/7 emergency services to respond to lock-related emergencies.

  • Automotive Locksmithing: Some locksmiths specialize in car locks and keys, helping with issues like car lockouts, key programming, and ignition repair.

Locksmiths play a crucial role in maintaining security and providing assistance when people have issues with locks and keys.

 

If you find yourself locked out of your home, car, or business, here are some steps to follow:

  • Stay Calm: It's common to feel frustrated or anxious, but try to stay calm. Panic can cloud your judgment.

  • Check for Spare Key: See if you have a spare key with a trusted friend or family member nearby.

  • Contact a Locksmith: If you don't have a spare key, consider calling an emergency locksmith. They are trained to help you regain access quickly and without damaging your locks or doors.

  • Look for an Open Window or Alternative Entry: If it's safe and you're familiar with the property, check for open windows or alternative entry points that may be accessible.

  • Call for Assistance: If you're locked out of your car, you may need to call a tow truck or a car locksmith. Be prepared to provide your location and vehicle details.

  • Retrieve Spare Key or Access Code: For electronic locks or keyless entry systems, if you have a spare key or access code stored elsewhere, retrieve it.

  • Wait Safely: If you can't regain access quickly and safely, wait for the locksmith or assistance you've called for. Avoid attempting to force your way in, as this can lead to damage or injuries.

  • Prevent Future Lockouts: After regaining access, consider getting spare keys made and giving one to a trusted friend or family member. You can also explore keyless entry systems or lockboxes for hiding spare keys securely.

 

Remember, in an emergency lockout situation, a professional locksmith is often your best and safest option to regain access without causing damage to your property.

 

Rekeying locks is a task that can be done by homeowners who have some DIY skills and the right tools. However, it's important to keep in mind that rekeying locks does require some knowledge and can be tricky, so it's not recommended for everyone. Here's a simplified outline of the steps involved:

 

  • Gather Tools: You'll need a rekeying kit, which includes special tools like a plug follower, tweezers, and a key gauge. You'll also need a new set of pins and keys that match the new configuration.

  • Remove the Lock Cylinder: Take the lock out of the door and remove the lock cylinder.

  • Take Apart the Lock: Disassemble the lock to access the pins and springs.

  • Remove Old Pins: Take out the old pins that correspond to the old key.

  • Insert New Pins: Replace the old pins with new pins that match the configuration of the new key.

  • Reassemble the Lock: Put the lock back together, ensuring the new pins are properly seated.

  • Test the Lock: Test the lock with the new key to make sure it works correctly.

  • Reinstall the Lock: Put the lock back into the door.

 

If you're not comfortable with these steps or lack the necessary tools, it's generally a good idea to hire a professional locksmith to rekey your locks. They have the experience and expertise to do the job efficiently and without damaging the lock. Additionally, some lock manufacturers may have specific requirements or warranty considerations when it comes to rekeying, so it's worth checking with them or a locksmith.

 

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