Minneapolis Lock & Key offers expert and trustworthy local locksmithing services in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, and the surrounding metro area. We have served the Twin Cities since 1915 and continue to provide the professional, dependable, and fast service our customers have come to expect. No matter your locksmithing problem, we can provide the lock and key solution with our wide range of locksmithing services.
Whether it's a new home or your existing home, you want to feel protected and know that only you (and those you trust) have access to your home. Rekeying allows us to make a new key(s) for your existing lock hardware when you want to update access, making it an optimal alternative to replacing the locks.
Looking to add to or upgrade the lock hardware? Almost any door can have a lock installed on it. Consult with our expert locksmiths to find the best lock for your needs, and our talented technicians will make sure it is installed correctly.
antique hardware repair
Being in business since 1915, we've seen our fair share of antique and vintage locks and keys. Skeleton keys and old antique locks and hardware don't need to be "a thing of the past," they can continue to be functional with our repair and restoration services. Few locksmiths can repair these locks, so we offer a mail-in service to customers located throughout the United States.
Push Button or keypad locks
A common lock type we see nowadays are push button locks. This type of hardware allows you to lock or unlock your door by entering a unique code on a keypad or by using an app on your mobile device. This allows you to give to the people you trust access to your property, without having the stress of losing a key – or hiding one conspicuously under the doormat.
Hard to replace Keys
Sometimes key types may get misplaced over time, stop being produced, or you simply cannot find the original brand of key your current lockset needs for rekeying. Take the time, research, and stress out of solving your hard-to-replace key problem by tasking our team with finding the replacement instead.