Commercial Locksmith Services | Marty Locks

We here at Marty Locks strive to provide high quality commercial locksmith services to all of our neighbors here in Onondaga County, New York as we ourselves are based in East Syracuse. Whether you're a small business owner or a big corporation, we got you covered, just give us a call and we'll take care of the rest.
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Marty Locks Syracuse provides installation services for commercial Locks, Door Closers, Emergency Panic Bars & Push Bars, Accessibility Functions, Fire Exits, Exit Devices and more! Our team is more than just friendly local locksmiths, we're your commercial experts here in Syracuse and all of Onondaga County, NY.

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Commercial Locksmith Services Syracuse

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Give us a call or take a look at our services below, our Local Locksmiths are trained experts and will provide you solutions for any Commercial Locksmithing need.
Our Locksmith Technicians are locally based in Syracuse to guarantee fast & efficient service to Onondaga County and its communities such as Manlius, Fayetteville, Cicero, Camillus, Dewitt and more.

Panic Bars/Push Bars/Crash Bars

Panic Bars / Push Bars

A Panic Bar/Push Bar is a type of mechanism which allows users to open a door by pushing a bar & may include built in locks, alarms (that may also be linked to external fire alarms), levers & more depending on the model and grade you'll be acquiring. Panic Bars were originally invented to prevent crowd rushing in emergency situations, however today are crucial door lock mechanisms for any business and are widely mandated by fire codes for buildings & businesses.

Commercial Keypads Installations


Electronic keypads can be standalone locks with built in control assembly or part of an access control system. Commercial keypads provide ease of use for businesses by using entry codes.

Commercial Locksmith Service Consultations & Quotes


Starting up a new business? Fire department mandated changes to be made at your property? Or maybe you're looking to advance your security hardware? Give us a call for a free quote & consultation.

Door Closers/Door Openers

Door Closers / Openers

A door closer is a mechanical device that closes a door in a controlled manner and prevents it from slamming. A Door Opener is an electrical device used to open doors in a controlled manner (Nowadays, Door Closers and Openers are built into one and commonly just referred to as door closers). Door closers can be linked to accessibility features such as remotes, keypads & buttons to automatically open and close doors for people with moving impairments or health conditions as well as fire alarms to open doors automatically and keep them open in case of emergencies.

Commercial Locks Installations

Commercial Locks

Commercial Locks may come in various shapes and form however in general the main quality of commercial grade locks is higher durability. Commercial Locks are built to withstand higher volumes of traffic coming in and out of your business doors everyday and include: stronger mechanisms to prevent break-ins and deterioration, high security features to prevent picking, business security features like connection to panic bars or alarms and more! When inquiring about locks for your business it is important to think long term safety because your business security should always be a top priority.

Locksmith Masterkey Service


Master Keys are crucial for businesses with an employee hierarchy (big or small). Master Keyed Locks are configured to operate with 2 keys or more, one which is specific to the lock and can't open any other locks in the set, and one Master Key which opens all locks in the set. Contrary to popular belief, in most case scenarios the key itself isn't special, the locks are. Master Keyed Locks use an extra mechanism in order to operate with 2 or more different keys thus Master Keying locks depends on the hardware you have installed. Larger organizations may require a more complex system of keys resulting in a "hierarchical chart" of keys (levels of master keys where the top level may open all locks in the system).