Commercial Locksmith Chicago Firm Releases Three New Services

The Chicago locksmith firm has announced the launch of three new services available to customers. The company now provides access control services, master keys, and commercial door and frame installation.

Chicago IL, United States - October 22, 2019 / / —

Omega Locksmith and Jose Hernandez are pleased to announce that the commercial locksmith Chicago company now has three new services available to customers throughout the Chicago area. These services include access control, commercial door and frame installation, and master keys. Omega Locksmith has assisted thousands of Chicago residents with their lock and key problems. The quality, timeliness, and affordability are unmatched. For the professionals at Omega, complete satisfaction and quality experience in dealing with the firm are uppermost.

Access control, as provided by the Chicago locksmith company, has several facets. Omega knows all about the latest technology and cutting-edge security systems and can open clients to the world of brand new and advanced systems for access control. The expert team of trained security professionals assess the needs of the customer, analyze the premises, and recommend an appropriate system of control. That is what makes Omega the most agile and reliable Chicago access control company. The firm installs both keyless card entry systems and key card entry systems in Chicago and nearby localities. The locksmiths can definitely set up an access control system for the customer's business in Chicago.

For more information click here https://www.omegalocksmith.com

Master keys allow some personnel to have a single key that operates multiple locks. Master keys provide a watertight security system. The system offered by Omega locksmith in Chicago is useful for working spaces such as offices that have many doors and rooms. These require many locks to maintain tight security for the premises. High-rise buildings and multi-storied office complexes, need multi-level security on many floors. Master keys are also useful in hospitals, hotels, guesthouses, malls, departmental stores, and similar structures.

Commercial door and frame installation is another new service available from Omega. The technicians are experts in the installation and repair of the mortise, magnetic, and even high-security locks. We also rekey the locks of domestic, commercial, industrial, and high-rise buildings. From the installation of panic bars or continuous hinges to the setup of electric strikes or electric door release systems, Omega Locksmith does everything. Each of the company vehicles is ready to go and fully stocked with the latest technology and equipment to help fix locks, make new keys, help gain access to cars or unlock the house.

More details are available at Omega Locksmith

Contact Info:
Name: Jose Hernandez
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Organization: Omega Locksmith
Address: 4346 W 51st St, Chicago IL 60632
Phone: (773) 277 5625
Website: https://www.omegalocksmith.com/

Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxC9n56Ta8yNaHs6nnGghNA

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