Can I get multiple locks working on the same key?

Can I get multiple locks working on the same key?

Having a single key that can unlock multiple doors, known as a master key, provides many benefits in a variety of instances. Reducing costs by not needing to get so many keys cut is just one example. In addition, having a single key, as opposed to a large bunch of keys, is a lot easier to control. Which means you can save yourself the time needed to document and maintain an accurate record of which key is which. Master Key Uses The most obvious uses for a master key system are owners of business premises, schools or any other large building requiring controlled access to multiple doors. However, homeowners with more than one patio door, for example, will also find this system useful. Another excellent example we have experienced at GPM Locks is landlords with multiple properties. In addition, landlords with a single property which requires controlled access to each room, such as shared student accommodation will also find this system beneficial. Read on to find out more about how this works without giving each tenant access to all the same doors the landlord can access. Suited Master Key System By suiting keys, we can create a hierarchical system of key control. Take the landlord example mentioned above. We can install locks on the front doors of multiple properties that al work on the same master key. We give that key to the landlord. The key provided to the tenant only works on the front door to the property that they rent. Which means that the landlord only needs to carry a single key for all of their properties....