Commercial Locksmith Services

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]commercial locksmithFairbanks Lock & Key understands what is involved and what is expected of us. When planning to secure your property, you are in need of a trusted, reliable, and cost effective locksmith company. You can be sure that we are the company for any commercial locksmith requirement you may possibly have. We hire only the finest in skilled, experienced, and trustworthy locksmith technicians who are experts with all aspects of commercial locksmithing. From a simple rekey, to a high security access control installation, there is no job too big or small. We know that the long term relationships acquired with our commercial clients are based on confidence and fair pricing. Fairbanks Lock & Key offers special rates to our commercial customers, property managers, and realtors based on this belief.

One of our strict policies is that if our clients are not 100% satisfied with the service then the job is not fully complete! It is our responsibility to see that all of our clients are fully satisfied with the locksmith services we have performed. Contact us Today (907) 374-5625, Fairbanks Lock & Key.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

Access Control

When choosing an access control package to control the access in your facility there are a few primary factors that you must know. While some of the control devices available are very simple others can get complicated.

Access Control Basics
The following is some basic information that we will need to know in order to best find a product to fit your needs and allow for future expansion.

 Some of the factors may not seem to apply but you still need to be ready to provide this information as best you can.

Number of unique users? This is the number of people that will be allowed access to your facility. This includes employees, contract labor such as cleaning crews, and temporary users such as visitor passes to secure areas.

- Our primary access control system is capable of up to 65,000 users without expansion.

Number of Doors per site? This is the number of physical doors that you wish to electronically control with a software driven access control system. If an exact number is not known we will need the best estimate.

- Our primary access control system is capable of up to 256 doors per site.

Number of sites? Do you have multiple buildings or sites? We can give you a solution that addresses multiple sites. In each site we will need to know how many doors are being controlled.

- Our primary access control system is capable of up to 255 sites via dial-up modem or LAN/WAN with TCP/IP.

What are your input and output needs? Does your application require that we interfaces with an existing alarm system or CCTV system? Do you want us to provide an integrated digital video recording solution? We will need to know.

Number and location of administrators? How many people are going to administer the system? In a small company this may be handled by an owner or office manager. In a larger corporation it may be necessary to manage systems from New York, LA, and Tokyo.

Type of Cards or Keyfobs Desired? Typically we will suggest proximity readers and cards. Proximity technology allows excellent security without any moving parts for the readers or cards to wear over time. Also available are magnetic stripe, Wiegand, and digital codes. A popular option is often video badging

Is Audit Trail Capability required? Will you need to know who, when, and where an event happened? Typically it is best to go with full audit trail capabilities. Most of the systems we sell have the capability of generating reports by event.

Will you be purchasing or leasing your system? Companies that wish to have an access control system may begin to realize that the price for a quality system is out of their cash range. Maglocks.com offers a no money down leasing program to fulfill your access control needs now.

These basic questions will be proceeded by more specific questions concerning other aspects of your access control system. Fairbanks Lock & Key will custom design a system to fit your needs.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

High Security Restricted Key Systems

A Restricted Key System utilizes patent protected keys and lock cores to restrict access to you building/complex and stop unauthorized duplication.

The special patented keys are only available to approved agents (i.e. you won’t find them at the local shoe repair shop) and your locksmith keeps detailed records about who is authorized to have them duplicated.

Fairbanks Lock & Key will not cut a duplicate key without a letter/order signed by one of the Signatories for your system. This gives you complete peace of mind, knowing that you know exactly who has your keys.

There is protection against picking, racking, manipulation and impressing, while each key is registered and supplied for against authorized signatures only. Binary Plus adds a new dimension to lock security with a patented side trap action. If the wrong key is used, side pins engage with the lock shell and prevent the lock from opening. The Binary Plus key is thicker than most to restrict hand made copies. Distinctive head design, with dealer and key identification stamped into the head, provides added security against unauthorized duplication.

Where conventional non-restricted keys can be cut by any one, and without you being aware of it, restricted keys are cut to a specific code; they are individually numbered and documented.

Extra keys are only cut and issued upon receipt of a signed document whose signature(s) matches the signature(s) on our records. New restricted keys are cut to code, thereby meeting precise factory specifications and ensuring best quality. On issue, every key is dated and signed out by the recipient, providing you with total control over your keys.

Because there is not just one solution for the many different needs of our customers, we offer several different options.


Master Key System

Fairbanks Lock & Key provides master key system installation for commercial establishments.
What is a master key?
A master key is intended to open a set of several locks. Usually, there is nothing special about the key itself, but rather the locks into which it will fit. These locks also have keys which are specific to each one (the change key) and cannot open any of the others in the set. Locks which have master keys have a second set of the mechanism used to open them which is identical to all of the others in the set of locks. For example, master keyed pin tumbler locks will have two shear points at each pin position, one for the change key and one for the master key. A far more secure (and more expensive) system has two cylinders in each lock, one for the change key and one for the master key.


High Security Lock Systems

Fairbanks Lock & Key offers cutting edge high security lock systems at affordable prices.High security locks are locks that provide increased resistance to compromise. While many vendors market their locks as high security, only those that are given an appropriate security rating (or have withstood a long period of analysis by manufacturers and lock-sport enthusiasts) are considered high security. Most high security locks use certain designs or characteristics that improve their ability to resist manipulation and forced entry for a given amount of time.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

Security Consultation

Fairbanks Lock & Key offers security consultation for your business. We will analyze the security requirements, detect flaws in your current security and make recommendations to improve the security of your work place.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]