24 Hours A Day • 7 Days A Week Proudly Serving Long Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens, Bronx, Westchester & NYC



Top Lock Locksmiths and Security, Inc. is a complete locksmith service, serving Long Island, Queens, Bronx and Westchester County. We are a family owned and operated business with two generations of family members on our staff. Our services are top notch and we pride ourselves in being honest, trustworthy, and diligent in our work. Our technicians are licensed, bonded and insured. We are members and in good standing of the “Associated Locksmiths of America,” (ALOA). Top Lock was featured on MSNBC’s TODAY SHOW and was part of and undercover investigation. Top Lock charged the correct price and did not take advantage of the customer which other locksmiths did.

Watch Out for This Grandma Locked Out Scam

Febuary 2, 2015

Virtually everyone has done it at one time or another, most likely at the most inopportune of moments no less, but that doesn't make locking your keys in your car any less frustrating or embarrassing.

3 Tips to Help Prevent Locking Keys In Your Car

Decemebr 31, 2015

Virtually everyone has done it at one time or another, most likely at the most inopportune of moments no less, but that doesn't make locking your keys in your car any less frustrating or embarrassing.

New Lock and Key Systems Offer Security and Luxury Benefits

November 20, 2015

The basic lock and key has been around for thousands of years. While professional locksmiths have improved upon the materials used and specifics of the early wooden pin locking systems over the years, the basic design of lock and key devices has remained relatively unchanged. That is until recently where things like new technology and the internet are making it possible to create entirely innovative lock and key designs, according to Gizmodo.com.

Professional Locksmith Points Out Dangers of New Key Copying Apps

October 21, 2015

You may want to think about changing your locks if you've left your keys with any strangers recently. One of the newest types of mobile applications becoming increasingly popular among homeowners and renters are key copying apps for ordering a new key. As if smartphones couldn't handle enough sensitive information, they can now be used to precisely copy keys

Smart Locks: What Are the Pros and Cons of Electronic Locks?

October 8, 2015

In the 21st century, our tech-obsessed culture has made a "smart" version of almost everything. We have smarter smartphones every year, smart watches, smart houses, smart TVs, etc. And while you're no doubt familiar with electronic locks, your home probably still relies on a standard deadbolt lock and key.

How To Avoid Locksmith Rip Off Artists in Long Island

September 2, 2015

If you ever find yourself locked out of your car or home in Long Island, you might feel embarrassed, anxious, frustrated, and angry. But just remember: you're in good company. Every year, about 2 million people get locked out of their homes, and according to a 2013 survey,

Steps to Take When Your Car Keys Are Missing

August 10, 2015

Everyone knows how frustrating it can be to lose your car keys. The average person can misplace up to nine items a day. A recent poll showed that one-third of respondents spend an average of 15 minutes each day searching for their cellphones, keys, or paperwork.

What You Need To Know About Car Keys

July 13, 2015

Many believe that we reliably keep our cars under lock and key, but is that truly the case? A Missouri woman and mother, who wishes to be referred to by her first name only, Christine, reveals that she accidentally discovered a big problem with her car keys.

Your Key-Less Entry Car May Be Too Vulnerable

June 17, 2015

Let's talk about car keys. More and more manufacturers are releasing new cars with key-less start and key-less entry. It may seem like a perk to make the shift to an electronic fob, but -- in actuality -- these new mechanisms can be expensive and inefficient.

Volvo Delivers Packages To Consumers' Cars

June 05, 2015

Soon, keeping track of your car keys may be even more important. Daytime deliveries -- especially ones that require a signature -- are not the most convenient. Volvo manufacturers in Sweden are exploring a possible solution to that problem.

Apparently, Burglars Make Mistakes Too

May 22, 2015

It hasn't exactly been a good year for burglars. Some have made it embarrassingly easy for homeowners to recover their property and press charges. Here are just a few examples.

Contact Us