Master key systems can be used by landlords and property owners for offices, rented accommodation, commercial premises etc.
Master key systems are very flexible and can provide complete and controlled access for landlords, property owners and property managers. Master keys can be used on a wide range of locks. Ideal for landlords or housing development and commercial property managers, keys can be created to allow controlled access to either specific, limited or indeed all areas. For example, Housing tenants could be provided with individual keys to their accommodation including a main ground floor door. Individual properties could be divided into groups or floors with sub master keys created to provide access to all relevant cleaning cupboards, storage rooms or communal areas.
Key control is a fundamental element in a buildings security. By utilising patent protected locks & keys, the business owner can be confident that the level of security has not been compromised by unauthorised key duplication. This is especially important when large numbers of keys are issued to staff, tenants or contractors.
A master suite may be required in multiple occupancy buildings, such as a block of flats or office building. The master key will open all cylinders, a sub-master opens only a set of cylinders, while the key of the ‘child’ cylinder will only open the cylinder to which it is matched.