Locksmith St Kilda
Mobile Locksmiths – Industry Registered & Qualified – 24 hours, 7 days a week
Temple Locksmiths & Security provide commercial and residential mobile locksmith services for businesses and homeowners in St Kilda and right across Metro Melbourne.
We’re proud to offer our clients the latest in locksmithing technology and expertise, coupled with our commitment to old-fashioned attention to detail and customer service.
Our industry leading commercial and residential locksmithing services extend to locals not only in St Kilda, but across many of the surrounding suburbs within Melbourne too.
If you need us in an emergency situation, maybe you’ve locked yourself out of your home, you require new locks or perhaps need repairs to your existing locks, if you want to have new keys for your property or upgrade to a restricted key system or keyless entry, the team at Temple are here to assist you.
We also offer a variety of additional security products and services, including CCTV installation, alarm systems, and more.
Mobile locksmith services in St Kilda
Our industry registered St Kilda locksmiths provide the following services:
- 24/7 Emergency Lockout Service
- Residential Locksmith Service
- Commercial Locksmith Service
- Automotive Locksmith Service
- Industrial Locksmith Services
- Restricted Master Key Systems
- Lock Rekeying
- Lock Repair & Maintenance
- Lock Fitting & Installation
- Deadlock Installation
- Electronic Lock Installation
- Broken Key Extraction
- Keyless entry
- Door and gate closers
- Window locks
- Key cutting
- Gate and pool locks
- Lock changing
Call us for a conversation to discuss your requirements.
When are our St Kilda locksmiths available?
As agile mobile emergency locksmiths in St Kilda, we’re on-call 24 hours a day 7 days a week we offer you a prompt service to provide Locksmithing solutions for when you need it most.
Whether it’s a broken lock that needs repairing, the need to upgrade to something safer and more secure, or if the unthinkable occurs and your St Kilda premises is broken into, Temple Locksmiths and Security are here to provide solutions to keep you and your property safe.
Featuring a state of the art mobile workshop which provides the latest in computerised machinery and tooling, we carry a vast stock of lock and door hardware components.
We can complete even the most complex job at your commercial or residential premises promptly and efficiently but still offer that old school professional tradesman’s touch at competitive prices with a friendly smile.
Who do our locksmiths help?
We help businesses and commercial customers, home owners, rental properties and tenants all across Metro Melbourne. If you’re in St Kilda, our mobile locksmiths have got you covered.
Our mobile locksmiths are specifically trained to deal with a wide range of locks and security systems, so you can take comfort in know that your property is in good hands. We understand that not everyone has the same needs when it comes to security, which is why we offer a bespoke service that is tailored to each individual customer. Whether you need a new lock fitted or an existing one repaired, we will always provide you with the best possible solution at a competitive price.
So if you’re in St Kilda and you’re looking for a locksmith that you can trust, give us a call today.
Please visit our FAQ page for the most up-to-date answers on questions we get from the local St Kilda residents and businesses.
Some of the questions we get asked include:
When should I call a locksmith?
You should call a locksmith when:
- You need to physically secure your home, office, warehouse or any other assets or valuables from potential intruders and thieves.
- You have strict insurance guidelines that require locksmith services to be compliant
- You’ve lost or broken your house or car keys
- You’ve recently moved premises and need to change your locks
- You’re locked out of your house Any other issues you may have with keys, locks or safes.
How do I know I can trust a locksmith?
There’s a number of ways to tell that you’re using a trusted, registered locksmith.
Look out for the Locksmiths Guild Of Australia logo. Locksmiths that are accredited members of the LGA have passed strict criteria to ensure high professional standards are maintained and that legal requirements are complied with.
Look out for reviews and recommendations on their Google business listing as well as testimonials on their website.
Any locksmith worth their weight will be insured.
Temple Locksmiths & Security are registered, police checked and have full public and property liability insurance.
How much does a locksmith cost?
There are many factors that impact the price of a professional, registered locksmith.
The best way to get an accurate quote is to call us on 0468 333 500.
Over the past few years there has been a rise in the number of dodgy locksmiths. These people promise fast and cheap locksmith services, but in reality are unqualified to do the job. They end up damaging your property, causing you unnecessary stress and costing you more money in the long term.
Can a locksmith make a key from a lock?
Yes, this is no problem for a skilled locksmith. Although you would usually have keys cut from another key, if you have lost your keys or your key is severely worn – it is possible to have a key made from a lock.
This can be achieved by either disassembling the lock or making an impression of the key hole.
Do I have to replace all of my locks if I’ve lost my keys?
No. A Locksmith will be able to rekey the locks to your house and if required, cut copies of the new keys.
After a general discussion about the customers’ requirements a locksmith will often request the customer take some photos of their locks and text or email them so they can then ascertain what locks are in the doors prior to visiting the premises. If locks aren’t broken then they won’t need to be replaced.
Why you should choose us as your trusted locksmiths
- Prompt & Professional – We pride ourselves in leaving all our customers satisfied and feeling happy and secure
- Full Public Liability & Property Insurance – Fully insured to offer you peace of mind
- Fully Qualified & Police Checked – Trade Qualified Locksmiths with background checks
- Industry Accredited – We’re a full trade member of the Locksmiths Guild of Australia
- Friendly & Reliable – Our customers are treated with the respect and professionalism they expect
- Latest Security Technology & Products – We supply the best and latest technology for your requirements
- Available 24 hours a day – We can assist you during business hours or after hours emergency
- Competitively Priced Quotes – Comprehensive quotes at industry leading rates
About St Kilda
St Kilda is an inner seaside suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 6 km south-east of the city’s Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Port Phillip. As of 2016 Census, St Kilda has a population of 20,230. The Traditional Owners of St. Kilda are the Yaluk-ut Weelam clan of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation.
St Kilda was named by Charles La Trobe, then superintendent of the Port Phillip District, after a schooner, Lady of St Kilda, which moored at the main beach in early 1842. Later in the Victorian era, St Kilda became a favoured suburb of Melbourne’s elite, and many palatial mansions and grand terraces were constructed along its hills and waterfront. After the turn of the century, the St Kilda foreshore became Melbourne’s favoured playground, with electric tram lines linking the suburbs to the seaside amusement rides, ballrooms, cinemas and cafes, and crowds flocked to St Kilda Beach. Many of the mansions and grand terraces became guest houses, and gardens were filled in with apartment buildings, making St Kilda the most densely populated suburb in Melbourne.
After World War II, St Kilda became Melbourne’s red-light district, and the guest houses became low-cost rooming houses. By the late 1960s, St Kilda had developed a culture of bohemianism, attracting prominent artists and musicians, including those in the punk and LGBT subcultures. While some of these groups still maintain a presence in St Kilda, since the 2000s the district has experienced rapid gentrification, pushing many lower socio-economic groups out to other areas, with the suburb again being sought after by the wealthy. Since at least the 1950s, the suburb has been the axis of Melbourne’s Jewish community.
St Kilda is home to many of Melbourne’s visitor attractions including Luna Park, St Kilda Pier, the Palais Theatre and the Esplanade Hotel. It hosts many of Melbourne’s big events and festivals.