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University Park Locksmith provides its customers with residential, commercial and automotive locksmith services.
University Park Locksmith provides its customers with residential, commercial and automotive locksmith services.

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WEATHER CHANGES AFFECT DOOR LOCKS
Something as simple and ever-present as the weather can affect our
door locks. It’s well known that our moods and habits can be affected by
the weather. Who hasn’t felt down and listless during an overcast day?
Who doesn’t want to grab a sweater or hoodi...

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If you think your old keys are only good for adding junk to your junk drawer, think again! There are several ways you can put your old keys to work around your house. Check out this blog! https://universityparklocksmith.tumblr.com/post/159604747351/university-park-locksmith-what-to-do-with-old


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If you think your old keys are only good for adding junk to your junk drawer, think again! There are several ways you can put your old keys to work around your house. Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/universityparklocksmith/posts/469377990070760


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UNIVERSITY PARK LOCKSMITH – WHAT TO DO WITH OLD KEYS
Old keys. We all have them. They’re floating around in our
kitchen junk drawers, sitting in a dish on our counter along with spare change
or other trinkets, or maybe even still hanging on our key rings. It’s
remarkably easy to amass a small collection of th...

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A Locksmith Will Use A Master Key To Open A Lock
By Adelaide Abramson If a door is locked to a home and the owner of it cannot find their key, they can hire a locksmith to receive prompt assistance. A locksmith uses a Master Key to open locks. This type of key will not damage a locking system. It realigns...

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