Expert Maryland Residential (House) Locksmith ServicesSince 2012, Locksmith On Duty has grown over the years to become a leading home locksmith provider for Baltimore, MD and its surrounding areas. If you need a house locksmith in Greater Baltimore, Locksmith On Duty is ready to assist with top-of-the-line security products and the highest quality of installation, repairs, maintenance and upgrades. We are dependable for house lockout scenarios and can show up to your home within 20 minutes. Call us at 410-870-7170 for any residential locksmith service. We are a 24 hour locksmith company who works 365 days a year (including holidays) to end all your locksmith dilemmas and get you back inside your home in no time. Our 20-minute quick response period guarantees fast recovery from your residential locksmith problems. Call Locksmith On Duty representatives today at 410-870-7170 to discuss your residential security We are a company of dependable Maryland locksmith who provide residential locksmith services like:
- Rekeying and Making New keys for Existing Locks & Deadbolts
- Home Safe Installation
- Repairing and Upgrading Locks (Mailbox, Decorative, Etc.)
- New Lock Sets for Doorway Access & Furniture
- Master Systems and Other High Security Locks
- Other Home Security Systems
FREQUENLTY ASKED QUESTIONS
A Locksmith is also known as a lock technician registered certified registered locksmith.
These are the following service:
- Security updates
You can call us at 410-870-7170 and you can discuss residential security system installation.
Our Locksmith always ensures to keep you safe and secure so our locksmith works for 24 hours and 365 days.
These different types of lock:
- Cylindrical Locksets
- Dead-Bolt Locks
- Mortise Locks
- Drop-bolt Locks
A master key system is a key plan where some selected keys can open several predefined doors. These can work with different locks like door locks, cabinet locks, padlock, etc.
As per an expert locksmith to install a safe can be installed at the corner where two outside walls meet to provide more protection and support for a heavy safe.
It is highly recommended that you bolt down your safe because if the safe is not bolted down so a thief can move a safe if they come across one.