Opelika Locksmith Services

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From lockouts to lost keys, UnlockItForMe is proud to serve Opelika Alabama out of our Auburn Location.We're just minutes away, and bring the savings with us! We offer low priced car door unlocking service as well as lock picking service to assist if you have become locked out of your home.

Check out all of our available services:

  • Lockout Service - Locks Picked & Doors Unlocked
  • Re-Key your Locks
  • All locks keyed alike
  • Master key systems
  • Lock Maintenance & Repair
  • Lock Installation & Sales
  • Lost Car & Truck Key Replacement
  • Keys cut from code
  • Duplicate Standard & High-Security Keys



We've all seen a movie clip where someone walks up to a seemingly secure door and with a few seconds and a quick shot of them blocking the view of the lock and the door is open. Eluding to the idea that it's pretty easy for anyone to open a lock with a credit card, ice pick, or paper clip.


All locks keyed alike or mix & match?

When having your home locks rekeyed you have a choice. Most folks opt to have all locks keyed alike. That is, one key fits all. Occasionally, however, you may want to use a different key for a private closet or office.
Additional reasons could be securing a medication or cleaning products storage room. If your young child has a key to the front door to get in safe from the bus ride home, you want to keep him safe ensuring curiosity and that key don't open doors to danger. Securing a private office or other areas but allowing a service worker, such as housekeeping, or other maintenance staff to gain entry through select entryways only.


Things can get complicated quick in the commercial world. You need the janitor to be able to get in and clean every office, but you want each employee to have a different key unique to their office, and the manager has a key that opens all staff offices, but their keys don't open his office. Sounds impossible.
With master keying systems designed by UnlockItForMe using proprietary technology designed other locksmiths who have been long-time industry players. This method ensures speed and accuracy for your job. Preventing unauthorized entry and simultaneously allowing emergency access can be critical. We can make it happen. If you need your business or commercial space master keyed, please give us a call or use our contact form to request a quote.


Perhaps you've heard of so-called laser keys? Well, we hate to break the news to you but, there's no laser involved. This misnomer refers to a precision computerized cutting machine which is designed to cut keys.
When a locksmith cuts a key to the code, it's like a tailored fit. With automotive keys, auto manufacturers supply locksmiths with "key codes" which allow us to make a factory original key "from scratch" when all keys have been lost for whatever reason. Cutting keys by code is one common method of key origination for vehicles. Another method is decoding the lock, finally, there is yet another method known as impressioning the lock. There tends to be a bit of debate as to which method is best, but we recognize each has its time and place. We value your time and aim to work quickly to provide you a working key as soon as possible.

Lock Installation & Sales

Do your locks look old & faded? Is the finish worn down or splotchy? Perhaps it's time to do a little updating of the lock hardware? We can come out and take your requests and provide hardware to fit your needs. Simply purchasing a pack of locks at the big box store is not an effective solution. Many of these packages "recycle" key codes. So 3 or more lock packs could have the same key! So they could quite literally be selling your neighbor a key to your home. In recent years, most stores have become aware of and taken action to correct this flaw, but it still exists as a threat in the wild, so to speak.

Proud to serve the local community

The city of Opelika is located in the county seat of Lee County in the east-central area of the State of Alabama. It is a major city of the Auburn-Opelika Metropolitan district, with an estimated population of about 150,933 according to the 2013 census.

The early white colonizers in the region now known as Opelika showed up in the late 1830s and laid a territory known as Lebanon. After the evacuation of the native Creek (Muscogee) citizens by federal combatants in 1836-37, the locality became known as “Opelika."The name Opelika has its derivative from the Muskogee lingua franca which means "large swamp." The establishment was random before the late 1840s, just after the railroad caught up to the city. Opelika AL had an accelerated growth in the year 1848 as a profit-taking zone. The greatness of Opelika is attributed to the economy which has shifted away from a conventional background in textile manufacturing.

Since 2004, the town has experienced revolutions in many segments of the economy. The City of Opelika in January 2005, committed new corporation investments and existing corporation enlargement sum up to $1.178 billion and 3,129 supplementary tasks, thus, bringing people from all around the world to work and invest in the booming economy.

The largest employer of labor in the city of Opelika is the East Alabama Medical Center, which rewarded almost $119 million in wages and profit to more than 2,700 wage-earners in 2009.

Opelika is abode to a division of Southern Union State Community College, a two-year community and technical college giving scholarly, industrial, and health-sciences coaching, with the workforce, split into various occupational divisions; such as health care and social assistance, Educational services, Entertainment, Recreation, Retail trade, Food services, construction, transportation and other services.

The city of Opelika has earned several awards for its achievement in enticing state-of-the-art jobs, thus, being named by the Opelika's Economic Development Department in 2004 as one of the leading ten economic development groups in North America.

The Opelika city recreation area offers guests trip on a little train, a once a year musical performance sequence, and the Salem-Shotwell Covered Bridge, which is a re-established category of a great structure that once extended Wacoochee Creek in Salem, Lee County.

Opelika also plays hosts to the once a year Dogwood and Azalea Trail and the Victorian Front Porch Christmas expedition and is native to the Museum of East Alabama and memorable Downtown Opelika, outlined on the National Register of Historic locations.


We can have a trained locksmith technician to your location in as little as 15 minutes to quickly get your home or vehicle unlocked for a low flat rate without any damage. We also make car keys!