KEYFAST provides a range of expert locksmith commercial services to clients and business owners. We can help you build a more secure facility with our range of security options, providing multiple layers of protection for your most indispensable assets and employees. KEYFAST provides commercial services to a range of business types, including…
- Assisted Living Care Centres;
- Business Outlets;
- Car Parks;
- Office Spaces;
- Schools / Universities;
- Shopping Centres;
KEYFAST understands the needs of commercial clients, we can work with you to design an enhanced security lock system to protect the most sensitive areas of your facility as well as establishing an exclusive keyway system to limit access to critical spaces to your most trusted employees.
Just some of the commercial locksmith services provided by KEYFAST include…
…Master key systems, that enable management &/or selected company officials to control access to the facilities they rely on. KEYFAST can implement a master key system with customised access to every lock in a hotel or office building, or even establish a system of sub-master keys that allows high level employees access to all of their common workspaces. This gives business owners added security in their most sensitive areas as well as offering the flexibility to determine an appropriate level of access for individual employees.
…Electronic access control systems that use remotely controlled access tokens instead of physical keys, and these access tokens can be activated and deactivated on demand. This delivers the highest level of access control for company leaders and enables them to build a security structure that suits the individual needs of their business.
…Lost or stolen keys is another common issue with businesses, as a simple mistake can lead to one or more lost days of business from would-be customers, as well as lost revenue through negative word of mouth about your lack of availability as you wait for replacement keys or even an entire lock system to be refashioned to prevent future access by an unauthorised party using a misplaced key to gain entry.