When it comes to keys, we do it all – automotive, residential, and commercial.
The history of keys is quite remarkable, especially when you consider that they’ve been in use for thousands of years. In fact, keys were once considered a bit of a status symbol, because only the wealthiest could afford them or had enough wealth to be worth protecting with a key. Keys have been everything from wooden to enormous in size compared to today’s keys. Some locks back then weren’t even very effective at all!
At Eastway Lock & Key, Inc., we opened our second location in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina about 5 years ago, so that we could share our decades of locksmith experience with this community. Keys are one of the most common reasons to reach out to a locksmith, although we offer several other products and services as well.
As for keys, we can do it all – including automotive keys that have the added security of built-in authentication with a randomly generated access code that changes frequently. We offer automotive, residential, and commercial locksmith services, so whatever keys you need made, copied, or cloned, you can turn to us for accurate and proven results.
It is always a good idea to have spare keys for your home, business, and automobiles, so that you can avoid a situation where the lock must be changed because all existing keys are lost or damaged beyond use. However, rest assured that even if key duplication is not possible, we’ll resolve the problem for you. We can also rekey or update locks when you want added security to feel confident you are the only one with access.
If you would like to know more about our services related to keys, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are confident that you’ll be more than satisfied with our certified professionals and our services.
At Eastway Lock & Key, Inc., we can create keys in Charlotte, Concord, Indian Trail, Huntersville, Mount Holly, Marvin, Rock Hill, and Waxhaw, North Carolina, as well as Myrtle Beach, Fort Mill, Surfside Beach, Garden City, Little River, Conway, Murrell’s Inlet, and Pawleys Island, South Carolina.