Brass Key Locksmith


To provide customers with security solutions that meet their unique requirements utilizing high quality products, proficient implementation, and detailed craftsmanship to ensure their complete satisfaction.

With so many locksmiths in the area, why do some of Santa Cruz County’s largest companies-Plantronics, Seagate, Dominican Hospital, UCSC, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk – rely on Brass Key Locksmith for their lock and security needs? Owner and 29-year locksmith Steve Reeder says: “We do what we say we’re going to do – it’s as simple as that. When we say we’re going to be there at a certain time, we’ll be there to fix whatever the problem might be.”

Whether it’s commercial, home, or auto, when one calls a locksmith they’ve got a situation that calls for immediate attention. Founded as a traditional locksmith enterprise in 1989, Brass Key grew to become the local lock and security leader with a reputation for professionalism and ethical business practices. Well versed in commercial regulations, they’ve invested fully in the necessary training and equipment to install and service the latest technology in lock and access control systems.

“The biggest change is in electronic locksmithing, like card reader systems and some manufacturers are using transponder systems and even keyless, fobik technologies to start vehicles. Although mechanical locks still dominate the field, keeping up with theĀ  ever-changing technology is a must for his industry. “It’s something we really do enjoy.”

The six locksmiths Steve employs, each with their own specialty: commercial, home, automotive, even an expert safe cracker. With six quality-minded locksmiths and four vans, Brass Key Locksmith is organized and able to quickly respond to clients’ needs. “it’s the way we do business,” says Steve. “We have the staff to solve security problems, and we never cut corners regarding the work. We’ll take the extra time to get the work done properly to assure there are no callbacks.”

220-A Mt. Hermon Road
Scotts Valley, CA 95066


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