At Betta Lock & Key we offer fast, quality service – all hours.
Our mobile locksmith services are available across Brisbane, including the following areas –
At Betta Lock & Key we understand what you need and we respond courteously and accordingly. Whether you have a security issue to be dealt with at home, at work, in a school, shopping centre or wherever, we will handle it professionally and promptly at all stages.
Regardless of everything else, you simply want the job done quickly, correctly and at the best price. Right? You want a locksmith who knows what has to be done and how to do it with the best and most cost effective outcome for you. We promise to do exactly that with experienced and qualified locksmiths who will give you the best advice while being available at all times: before, during and after any work done. Have you tried calling some locksmiths on a Sunday night? If a locksmith’s response is poor before any work is done, what will it be like if a problem arises later?
We guarantee both our products and work associated with them for a full year.
A restricted key system should be considered if you have a need to account for every single key, and at the same time avoid the possibility of unauthorised or unwanted key copies being made. Restricted keys are used largely in commercial and institutional environments where sheer numbers of staff, or perhaps other circumstances dictate the need for such a system. That is not to say they don’t have a place in smaller enterprises where your own judgement would determine the need.
In short, restricted keys are protected by patents and other written agreements restricting their distribution, and those keys are available only upon authority from yourself or your authorised representative. Also, because of the agreements mentioned, extra keys can only be supplied by the original locksmith. This gives you the genuine assurance that there will be no other keys in circulation. With keys identified sequentially, a key register allows you to see at a glance who has custody of each key.
A master key system is commonly used in conjunction with restricted keys where staff are given different levels of access to various rooms or buildings. A factory may have a master key with total access, a sub-master key with access only to the factory floor, and any number of lower level keys to access only certain rooms within the premises. The heirarchy can be as simple or as sophisticated as you deem appropriate.
If however, the concern about unauthorised keys is not so critical, a master key system can be built using standard keys without having to use restricted keys mentioned earlier.
30 day accounts are welcome with approved customers, including property managers, and we are pleased to provide evidence of insurance, licencing etc.
Feel free to contact us any time for advice or an estimate/quote – no cost or obligation.
We’re serious about your security.
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ABN 78 337 454 329