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There’s never a convenient time to find yourself locked out of your car or home. It’s an unfortunate, frustrating event that everyone experiences at one time or another. After years of providing residential lockout services, our team at Unlockit strives to make lockouts less of a hassle.
When you call us, we’ll gather the details, give you a flat rate over the phone, and send a technician out to you as soon as possible. If we’re not able to dispatch a technician immediately, we’ll provide you with a time frame for an appointment later in the day or early the next and keep you updated as we receive word from the technician.
If you find yourself locked out of your home, safe, filing cabinet, or vehicle, we invite you to give us a call at 770-441-0466 , and we’ll work to get it open for you.
Residential Lockout Service FAQs
A locksmith will often charge $65 and $120 to open your residence. Rekeying a house on average costs $50 to $130. Changing locks on a house ranges from $80 to $200.
If you’ve locked yourself out of your car, it’s generally not a smart idea to try to force the window open with a wire hanger. You’ll almost certainly do harm, and it might not even succeed. It’s advisable to employ a professional locksmith instead. Here are some of the most common charges you may encounter:
Physically unlocking your car door will cost you between $75 and $150.
The cost of unlocking your car door in the middle of the night: $150 to $300.
The cost of rekeying your car lock could be as little as $50, but as high as $300 depending on the make and model of your car.
We provide lockout services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We’re ready to mobilize quickly, getting you back to normal as soon as possible. Our courteous and skilled experts are qualified to unlock or bypass any lock without causing harm to the structure. Additionally, we provide actual flat-rate lock-out re-entry services. When a technician arrives, your quoted charge will not change. Call us if you are locked out and need assistance with doors, safes, or filing cabinets (just to name a few!)