Whether you need help with lockout situations, need to upgrade your home security or are a business owner who needs commercial locks installed or serviced, our professional locksmith in Hebron CT is ready to assist you. We are fully licensed, insured and bonded and can install, repair or replace most types of locks including door knobs and lever handles as well as deadbolts and cylinders. We also work on CCTV and alarm systems, can repair master key systems and keyless entry systems, service panic bars, exit devices and door closers and can open/repair/install vaults and safes as well as change safe combinations.
If you are a Hebron resident in need of an emergency locksmith, our mobile locksmiths can be there fast. They can unlock cars, homes and businesses in a timely manner so you can get back on your schedule. They can even work on broken ignition keys and key fobs so you don’t have to go all the way to a dealership.
In the residential world, it is important to keep your home’s many locks in great condition. Our locksmiths in Hebron CT can do everything from rekeying your door locks to installing an electronic keypad lock. If you need to add additional security, a video surveillance system is an affordable option that lets you know who is at your front door before opening it. It can also be helpful to monitor suspicious activity around your house and yard and even show you the cause of that noise you thought was coming from outside.
We are certified in a number of different commercial product lines including Medeco, Corbin Russwin and Schlage. Ron can come to your business and professionally address any installation, repair or re-combination needs you may have. He can also work on a wide variety of electrical access control issues as well as install high security deadbolts to prevent break ins.
The east-central town of Hebron lies in Tolland County and includes the villages of Hebron Center, Gilead and Amston. The town’s early manufacturing history includes the harnessing of water power at the Raymond Brook and Jeremy River for the production of charcoal, bricks, paper and textiles. The town also has a rich history of abolitionism and a 19th-century suffragist who advocated nationally for the education and support of newly freed African Americans. Hebron’s industrial past is reflected in the ruins of abandoned mill towns like Gay City, now Gay City State Park. Hebron’s scenic landscape and many town parks offer recreational opportunities for residents. The Rails-to-Trails Airline Trail passes through the town.