With a master key system, you control who goes where. Staff can only enter their designated areas.
There is often some confusion about restricted master-key systems. The term restricted refers to the fact that keys for these systems cannot be duplicated without written authorisation.
The system then works like this: A master key is cut which will fit all the locks in the system. The person in charge usually retains this key. A bunch of change keys are then issued to individual staff members. Unlike a master key, a change key will fit only one lock in the system.
Jim's Locksmiths will consult with you to design, install and maintain a master-key system that meets your particular needs. We use only the most secure master key hardware designed to resist picking and drilling and it can be retro-fitted to most existing lock hardware.