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To obtain more keys or locks keyed to your existing locks you need to do 3 things:
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Transferring ownership / key control policy changesTo transfer ownership of your locks to a new owner or to make changes to the key control policy attached to your card, fill out the key authorization document and choose the option that applies to your situation. You can attach a second page that documents the changes you want to make. You must attach photo ID that matches the name on the key card in order for any changes to be made. For ownership transfer please include the new owners name, address, and phone number.
If you have any questions or problems please contact us and we are happy to help. Although the additional paperwork may be inconvenient, it is put in place to ensure your keys are never issued to anyone but you.
Older Style Key Cards / BiLock System Numbers
Customers prior to mid-2011 may have an older style key card featuring a 10 digit code and a 4 digit code. These codes can be written on the key authorization document under the primary key code area. For BiLock customers, the numbers located on the sides of the keys are also required to be noted on the form. For questions please contact us.
For Keys from other Abloy, BiLock, or EVVA Dealers
If you are unsure of where your locks or keys came from and you have one of the above brands please contact us and we are happy to help. For some systems we can cut the keys directly, and for others we will be able to refer you to the dealer of record who can assist. If you have an Abloy key and are looking for additional keys please see our Abloy Lock Owners page for identifying what generation key you have, this will assist us when you call or email us.