As a business owner, you wear a number of hats and have a number of vital responsibility that keeps your company successful. You are the one who meets with suppliers, talks with angry customers and hires the best possible talent to ensure your business will thrive and be around for a very long time. You also make sure that the building you occupy is kept up and meets safety requirements.
One of the most important duties you have is to keep your employees and equipment safe from intruders. This can be a difficult undertaking as there are several doors on your property and many employees have keys to them. In order to keep assets and people safe and secure, you need to have your locks re-keyed in certain situations.
Bostons Locksmith, your mobile locksmith in Boston, offers reasons to re-key your place of business.
Keys just aren’t made to last forever. Keys will eventually rust, warp and erode. So if you have keys out there that are getting too old, it is probably a good idea to have your locks re-keyed and give employees fresh keys.
A Break In
If your office or place of business has experienced a break-in, you will need to have the locks re-keyed. It really doesn’t matter if anything was stolen or if the thieves gained access through, say, a broken window, the locks should still be re-keyed. You just never know if something as small as a key was swiped. It is better to play it safe than risk a thief who might have a key to your building.
A Lost Key
If it hasn’t happened yet, it is bound to happen sooner or later. If an employee or even yourself loses a key, then you need to give us a call to have your locks re-keyed. Even if nobody ever picks up the lost key, it will give you peace of mind that nobody will be breaking in.
Someone Gets Fired
Even if you fire an employee as nice and as fair as possible, it is a good idea to change out the keys to your building. Even if you did get your key back from them, you don’t know if they ever made a copy of it. In addition, you might think that they would never break into the building, they might give the key to someone who has no problem using it to break into your building.
You Just Bought A New Building
When you get a new building, you have really no idea how many people might have a key to it. It is certainly in your best interest to have all of the locks re-keyed. The same holds true if you had a new building built for your business. Just because the building is new, you don’t know if contractors or sub-contractors who might have a key to your building. Play it safe and have the building re-keyed.
Call Bostons Locksmith to have your building re-keyed.