Key Cutting Prices

Welcome to the Key Cutting Prices Section. We look at all the popular keys in The UK and Ireland and advise what you can expect to pay in your local Key Cutting Shop. Data is collected through surveys and price checks.

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There are different types of Henderson garage door keys and all of which can be easily cut by your most trusted key-cutter.

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This is an old type of security key that was made popular in the 90’s.

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Restricted keys mean only a signatory is allowed to have it cut.

These are older style keys and the restriction has expired, which means copy keys are available.  However only an experienced professional will stock the correct blanks.

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These ERA 3 Star "red head" keys normally have a key code starting with ""6Y"", printed on the neck of the key underneath the head cover. ERA 3 star locks are high security and are commonly found on uPVC doors.

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These patented keys have been on the market since 2018.  They are more expensive to buy wholesale than regular, non patented keys.

If you are unsure if yours is patented, take a close look at each side of your key.  It will say patented in small writing around or under the head.  Most key cutters will still be able to cut these but they will cost more.

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These keys are for the relatively high security Garrison lock. Originally a plastic security card with a 7 Digit key code was supplied with these locks.

The code series range is 1111111 to 6666666. If you no longer have the key code, don't worry as many good key cutters will be able to duplicate this key from the original. Alternativy, if you have lost your key but still have the key card, then a good key cutter will be able to make a new key from the number on the card.

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Restricted keys are designed to be more secured than ordinary keys. These keys can be cut by very few authorised outlets. They are restricted and a letter of authority is usually required.

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You can get a union pre-cut mortice key from different sources and even online. Prices are at around £5 on average but can also go upwards of £8. The cost really depends on the key-cutting shop that you choose. Big-named shops can be more pricey. If you want a less pricey key-cutter, look for a local shop.

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If you ever find yourself needing a replacement mortice key, you can go to any key-cutter and they can help you. Costs are just about £6 on average but it really depends on the key-cutter. Some charge more than the others due to location and overheads.

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Brass Chubb keys can be cut by most key-cutters.

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