McGuire Lock & Safe

McGuire Lock & Safe

Locksmith
4800 NE Vivion Rd (NE Vivion Rd & N Brighton Ave), Kansas City, MO 64119, United States
Hours:
Closed until 8:00 AM Monday (Show more)
  • Mon–Fri
    • 8:00 AM–5:00 PM
Credit Cards:
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)

We have been servicing the Kansas City, Missouri metro and surrounding areas since 1969. We take pride in being a Full-Service Locksmith Company. What does “Full-Service” Mean? It means that we can handle all of your security needs whether it’s your car, your house, or your compa... (See all)

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  • McGuire Lock & Safe

    Remember to lube your locks once a season with a good silicon base lubricant once a season to prevent your locks from seizing up due to corrosion. Think ahead and avoid pricey service calls!

    McGuire Lock & Safe · November 4, 2012
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  • McGuire Lock & Safe

    Did you lose the keys to your toolbox or filing cabinet? There is usually a code stamped on the front of the lock. With that code you can get new keys pretty cheap! Call for more info.

    McGuire Lock & Safe · November 4, 2012
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  • Justin M.

    Do you have a drawer full of keys that you have no idea what they fit? Don't throw them in the landfill, bring them to us for recycling instead! It's our way of going green :)

    Justin McGuire · October 24, 2011
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  • Justin M.

    If you have a remote for a car you no longer own, we will buy them from you if they're in fairly decent shape!

    Justin McGuire · October 24, 2011
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  • Justin M.

    Anyone that has a car should have their 'key code' in the event they lose all of their keys. All you need to do is bring your car key or VIN number in many cases. That info can save you big $$!

    Justin McGuire · July 30, 2011
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  • Justin M.

    You can get the remotes that lock and unlock your car doors. The same remotes your car dealer would sell you, yet way cheaper!

    Justin McGuire · July 30, 2011
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  • Justin M.

    McGuire Lock can program keys with computer chips in them for cars. They are WAY cheaper than dealership prices!

    Justin McGuire · July 30, 2011
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  • Justin M.

    If your car has one of those 'chip' keys you can get a plain metal key that just opens the door for under $5. Read more

    Justin McGuire · May 2, 2010
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