Industrial Locks, Knoxville, TN

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Our team members specialize in commercial and industrial locks.

Protecting your Knoxville, Tennessee commercial facility is an important aspect of preventing theft and loss, as well as ensuring that your employees have a safe place to work. At A.L. Odom Locksmiths, Inc., we offer industrial locks that are designed for the unique needs of a commercial structure. Industrial locks are heavy-duty for enhanced protection, but accessible by those who have the authorization to be in the space. You might choose an industrial lock for your facility that can be opened via an electronic card swipe and provide cards to your employees. Other industrial lock options are digitally controlled, which are more high-tech for business owners who want to be able to open their facilities remotely.

Industrial Locks in Knoxville, Tennessee

Our team members at A.L. Odom Locksmiths, Inc. specialize in commercial and industrial locks. We can answer any questions you might have about the locks available, as well as show you how our solutions can help you further protect your building from break-ins. In addition to offering industrial locks, we also provide commercial locksmithing services, such as new lock installation, re-keying of locks, door closers, panic bars, safes, I/C core, Mortise systems, file cabinets, and master key systems. If you need metal commercial doors, we can also take care of the installation process for you, as well as repair of existing metal doors.

We’re a full-service provider of all your industrial locking needs. For more information, contact us and we’ll be happy to give you more information about the locks we offer to further enhance the security of your facility.

At A. L. Odom Locksmiths, Inc., we install industrial locks in Asheville, Hendersonville, Weaverville, Burnsville, Waynesville, Franklin, Greenville, Spartanburg, Fletcher, Arden, Marshall, Spruce Pine, Raleigh, Winston-Salem, and Buncombe County, North Carolina, as well as Newport and Knoxville, Tennessee.