Commercial Locksmith
Philadelphia PA


Independence Hall Philadelphia, PA
Independence Hall - Philadelphia PA

Why contact Keystone Lock Company
for Commercial Locksmith services in Philadelphia PA?

Our Business

Keystone Lock Company is a fully insured, family-owned business based in Lower Bucks County, Pennsylvania. We specialize in a large array of Commercial, Automotive, and Residential locksmith services.

We take security serious...!

Securing your Business, Vehicle, and Home is extremely important to us and we take your security needs seriously. Our clients include: Property Management Companies, Apartment Complexes, Daycares, Police Departments, Township & Municipalities Office Buildings and Parks, Automotive Dealerships, and Car Rental Companies. From simple Lockouts or door Re-keys to more complex Access Control Systems or Surveillance Cameras, we are available for your needs.

We are client focused...

We offer several grades of quality hardware and services that will ensure the safety of whatever you need to keep protected.

Whether it is your family at home or your staff and your business property, our trained staff will guide you in selecting the right hardware for your office or home in the security grade that is appropriate. We focus on offering the services that you need and exceeding your expectations every time.

Our website will assist you with many of the common Commercial, Residential or Automotive services we offer.

No job is too small or too large.

We strive to ensure your complete satisfaction at every level of any project.

Philadelphia PA 19106

Philadelphia, PA – The capital of Pennsylvania is Philadelphia, also known as Philly, the second-largest city in the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic, just after New York City. It was once the country’s capital until 1800, making it one of the most important historic cities in the United States. The city had 1,603,797 residents as of the 2020 census. Since 1854, the city has shared boundaries with Philadelphia County, the most populous county in Pennsylvania, and the center of the Delaware Valley, the seventh-largest metropolitan area in the country and one of the largest in the world, with 6.245 million people expected to live there in 2020. Philadelphia is renowned for its significant contributions to American history and its involvement in the life sciences, business and industry, art, literature, and music.

William Penn, an English Quaker and supporter of religious liberty, founded Philadelphia in 1682. During the British colonial era, the city was home to the Pennsylvania Colony and played an important and historic role as the hub of activity for the country’s founding fathers, whose ideas and deeds in Philadelphia ultimately sparked the American Revolution and led to the country’s independence. The Second Continental Congress was held in Philadelphia in 1774, where the founders signed the Declaration of Independence. Historian Joseph Ellis has referred to it as “the most potent and consequential words in American history.” In 1787 in Philadelphia, the Constitution was ratified at the Philadelphia Convention. Philadelphia served as the country’s first capital from May 10, 1775, until December 12, 1776, and on four other occasions during and after the American Revolution, including from 1790 to 1800, while the new national capital of Washington, D.C., was under construction. Philadelphia remained the country’s largest city until 1790, when New York City surpassed it. Philadelphia is also the home of the Liberty Bell.

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Philadelphia Naval Shipyard – For nearly 200 years, the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard served as a significant naval shipyard for the United States.

The first naval shipyard in the United States was Philadelphia, which opened its first navy yard on Front Street and Federal Street in what is now the Pennsport neighborhood of the city in 1776. At the meeting of the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers on League Island, it was replaced by a new, much larger yard built around structures constructed in 1871. The Navy Yard expansion encouraged the growth of South Philadelphia’s residential and commercial areas, where many shipyard workers lived. To build and repair ships for the war effort at the yard during World War II, about 40,000 workers worked shifts around the clock.

Due to the Base Realignment and Closure commission’s recommendations, the US Navy ended most operations there in the late 1990s and closed the base. On behalf of the city of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation purchased the land in 2000 and started to redevelop it. The Navy Yard is the current name for what was formerly known as the Philadelphia Naval Business Center. Nearly 15,000 workers from more than 120 businesses representing a variety of various specialties are employed on this sizable mixed-use campus. A commercial shipyard is one of these, along with state-of-the-art cell therapy manufacturing facilities and major apparel brands. The Navy is still doing on-site engineering work at the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility.

Philadelphia Eagles – Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Philadelphia Eagles are a professional football team founded in 1933. The Eagles are a member team of the National Football Conference (NFC) East division of the National Football League (NFL). Home games are played at South Philadelphia’s Sports Complex, Lincoln Financial Field.

Philadelphia Museum of ArtThe Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMoA) is an art museum that was first established in 1876 for the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. At the northwest corner of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at Eakins Oval, on Fairmount hill, the main museum building was finished in 1928. The museum oversees over 240,000 objects in its collections, including sizeable holdings of European, American, and Asian origin. Paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, sculptures, armor, and decorative arts are among the many art classes.

The Ruth and Raymond G. DuPont Children’s Museum, the Rodin Museum, and other annex buildings are all managed by the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The City of Philadelphia owns the main museum building and all of its annex buildings, which are run by a nonprofit organization that has been registered.

Annually, the museum hosts several special exhibitions, including touring exhibitions planned with other museums domestically and abroad. In 2021, the museum received 437,348 visitors, ranking it as the 65th most famous art museum on the planet.

Ben Franklin Parkway
Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia PA

Map of Philadelphia, PA

The Liberty Bell
The Liberty Bell, Philadelphia PA
USS John F Kennedy (CV-67)
USS John F Kennedy, Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia PA
Philadelphia Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles NFL Franchise, Philadelphia PA
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia PA
Rocky on Art Museum Steps (1976)
Rocky (Sylvester Stallone) at Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1976.
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Keystone Lock Company
393 Langhorne Ave.
Langhorne, Pa. 19053

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