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Local resource for locksmiths in Mitchell, SD. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to locksmith, locksmith services, locksmith training course, as well as information on emergency locksmiths, and content on locks.

Safes & Vaults (Wholesale) | Rons Bicycle & Locksmith Shop
(605) 996-7005
723 S Sanborn Blvd
Mitchell, SD
Services
Locks & Locksmiths, Safes & Vaults (Wholesale)

Lorens Auto Unlocking Service
(605) 996-2012
712 S Iowa St
Mitchell, SD
 
Lorens Auto Unlocking Svc
(605) 770-2011
712 S Iowa St
Mitchell, SD
Services
Locks & Locksmiths

Lock Doctor
(605) 881-9648
621 1st Ave Ne
Watertown, SD
 
Gardner Locksmithing
(605) 225-2804
914 S 2nd St
Aberdeen, SD
Services
Locks & Locksmiths

Leos Locksmithing
(605) 996-8267
209 E 10th Ave
Mitchell, SD
 
Rons Bicycle Shop
(605) 996-7005
723 S Sanborn Blvd
Mitchell, SD
 
Midwest Fire Equipment
(605) 996-5783
3101 Carson Ave
Mitchell, SD
 
AAA Towing Bnd 24 Hr Tow
(605) 886-5261
515 20th Ave Se
Watertown, SD
 
Myrons Mobile Lock & Key
(605) 728-8795
125 S Dakota Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
 

Door Locks

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When you consider how effective door locks are in discouraging burglars or stopping them before they get started, it's surprising how cheap and insecure many home's door locks are. People often resist secure door locks because it makes them feel like they have an armed fortress. Somehow, it takes away the feeling of community and relaxation.

Even with home security systems, alarms included, there is an opportunity for a team of thieves to make a hit and run robbery. They might have only a couple of minutes to get what they want, but that may be enough before the police respond. Secure door locks make their quick entry almost impossible.

Good door locks, similar to an alarm system , can be implemented so that they seem transparent. This transparency or easy, invisible implementation, makes it seem as though the security is light and you're not really arming a fortress.

With good door locks in place, the intruder has only one other possibility of getting through the doorway & breaking the door down or prying it right out of the doorway. There are methods of securing the door so either side cannot be forced through. Here are the types of door locks you should have in your home exterior doors:

Dead Bolt Door Locks
Key in Knob Door Locks
Chain Locks
Keyless Entry
Vertical Dead Bolt Locks

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