Key Cutting At Ace Hardware

Key Cutting at Ace Hardware Cost

Last Updated on October 19, 2021 | Written by CPA Alec Pow
First Published on October 19, 2021 | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popivker

Ace Hardware is a well-known company that has an excellent track record for customer service, quality products, and advice. They are dedicated to providing these things in all 50 states across the United States.

You may be wondering if Ace Hardware makes keys. The answer is yes.

Key cutting services at the Ace Hardware store are a great way to provide extra security for your home and get rid of those pesky keys that always seem like they’re getting lost. Ace offers key-making, so you can make as many copies as you want of any existing keys.

How much does key cutting cost at Ace Hardware?

The costs of key cutting vary depending on the type of key you want. The price for single-sided keys (cut on only one side) is anywhere between $2 and $3.25, while double-sided keys (cut on both sides) can be somewhere between $3 and $5. As for code-cut keys, expect to pay around $10 for an auto chip car key if you have the key on hand and almost $7 for a house key.

According to a few reviewers of the website, the price to duplicate a key is somewhere between $4 and $8.

Also, from the official website, we found out the at the Orchards Ace Hardware shop, located in Colorado, you may pay $3.5 to duplicate a decorative key, $2.5 for a double-sided key, and the cost to make a copy for a standard key is $2.

Key cutting at Ace Hardware overview

Ace HardwareWith more than 1,500 stores across North America and over 20 years in the locksmith industry, Ace Hardware is your go-to for all things related to keys. Whether it’s key cutting or replacement of lost ones alike they’ve got you covered.  Not only can their experts provide quick service at any time (within 24 hours), but each licensed expert working there is backed by a well-known national service provider.

The company is issuing new updates for its product line that are set to revolutionize the locksmith industry. The most notable feature of these advancements is being able to program certain key FOBs, depending on your make and model.

You might also like our articles about the cost to program a key fob, to use MinuteKEY or the price of a KeyMe Kiosk.

What are the extra costs?

Keys come in many different shapes, styles, sizes, and colors. You may have to pay extra for having your own personalized design on them because they’re made especially for you.

There are some extra features on your keys that can help you identify them more easily. For a few dollars, you can buy a color band that slides off the top of each key, allowing you to distinguish between one another in case they get mixed up with other sets.

Vehicle keys can be expensive and time-consuming to replace, so if you need a blank chip key for your car it is best not to do the replacement yourself. The cost of this service ranges from $60 to $85 depending on what type of vehicle needs its ignition replaced.

How can you make a key copy yourself?

You can make a key copy yourself, and the only things you need are a lighter or a match, a scotch tape, a piece of light metal or old cans and scissors.

In the material below you can see step by step how you can perform this procedure yourself.

How can I save money?

At some point, key cutting is a must for any home or business owner. You can get discounts at some franchises, so check their website first to see if they have any promotions in your area.

The best way to find a coupon, albeit rare, is by checking your local paper and if that doesn’t turn up anything, try online. It might be worth looking at other papers farther from you as well just in case there are more coupons out there.

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