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Old 01-10-2009, 07:13 AM  
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im living in a big house and i need to change all the locks of my house so i need someone who can change all the locks carefully. plz provide me information if anyone know about.


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Old 01-10-2009, 07:50 AM  
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Look for a licenced locksmith in the yellow pages. As for recommending someone, you need to ask someone where you live. Start with a local realtor, they are always dealing with this issue.


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I discovered a while back that you can take all your locks to the big box store and they will rekey them anyway you want them.
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You can call a locksmith in your area, try yellow pages.
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Any of our local big box stores will rekey but you have to buy a least one new lockset from them. Regardless, if you are inclined to operate a screwdriver you can change all your own locks.
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You might be surprised to find that having your existing hardware rekeyed could be cheaper that buying all new hardware. Make some calls and let us know what you find.


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