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For a dependable and affordable locksmith in Bellevue, look no further than Safety Locksmith. Our experienced technicians are fully licensed and insured to provide a wide range of locksmith services, from door lock repair and keyless entry to access control systems. We are a full-service mobile locksmith company, so if your home or business needs a new lock installed we can come to you in any part of the greater Bellevue area. Because Safety Locksmith is locally owned and operated, we’re dedicated to providing our customers with the best possible service. So if you need a locksmith that you can trust—one who provides around-the-clock coverage—we’re here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!


Q When a locksmith unlocks my car, will it get damaged?

Locksmiths are fully trained professionals with state-of-the-art equipment that have bypassed many locks of all types. A trained locksmith won’t damage your car, but if you’re worried you can always take the precaution of parking it somewhere secure while the lock is being unlocked.

There are two cases of concern here, one being the quality of service and the other being safe for your automobile. Theoretically speaking, a locksmith should have no access to your vehicle at any point in time so the structural integrity is assured.

Q What is ReKey?

ReKey is a locksmith term, and it means to replace the key used in a lock. The word “rekey” is often shortened to just “key.” Rekeys are often done when someone has lost their keys or needs extra keys for security purposes. A locksmith will generally take the old key out of an existing lock, cut off any metal shanks that have been protruding from the sides, put in a new key with different profile shapes, and return everything back into place so you can use your lock again.

Q What is a bump-proof lock?

A bump-proof lock is a lock that cannot be opened by bumping it with specialized tools.

Bump-proof locks are locked without the use of keyholes, which means that traditional lock-picking attempts will not work. Lock picking techniques involve inserting various instruments into the keyhole to manipulate parts of the bolt or latch mechanism attached directly to or inside the hole to open the door. Bump-proof locks combat this attack vector by moving all locking mechanisms below grade (often protected by two hefty deadbolts) and into one of these cylinders – each cylinder only receives power if both bolts are secure before entering their recesses for opening.

Q Can locksmiths make keys from a lock?

At Locksmith Bellevue, the answer is yes! We provide homeowners with residential locksmith services for opening doors and making new keys. We take joy in providing our customers great customer service every day — and we want to make sure we provide the best service possible for all our Locksmith Bellevue customers.