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SECURITY AND ACCESS GUIDE

ACCESS HARDWARE

COMPANY: Access Hardware

74-92 Gracie Street, North Melbourne, VIC, 3051

PHONE:

Customer Service – 1800 555 600

Locksmith Services – 1800 555 700

EMAIL: online@accesshardware.com.au

Access Hardware has been supplying the construction industry for over 40 years. Starting in North Melbourne as an architectural hardware and locksmith business, it has grown in size and diversity to become one of the leading suppliers of security products, architectural and sanitary hardware, locksmith services and security solutions in the Australian market.

With branches in most capital cities, Access Hardware has built strategic relationships with Australia’s best security product manufacturers and suppliers to offer a comprehensive product and services range. The company employs over 250 people in nine locations around the country and is still an Australian owned and operated family business.

Our mobile locksmith fleet comprises service vans staffed by technicians who can offer a full range of commercial locksmithing services on your site or from our workshops within each Access Hardware branch. Our technicians can open, rekey, repair, service, upgrade and maintain any security products from locks to access control systems on commercial, industrial and government sites. We build, install and maintain restricted keying systems and have staff who are also SCEC approved for those high security

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