You know that time you lock your bedroom shut and you are on the outside, the realization that you now need to come up with a trick to unlock your room. One option is to call a nearby locksmith, who can open it in a blink which will cost you anywhere from $95 to about $145 depending on your preferred locksmith in your area. Another option is to do it yourself, as far as yourself goes you can use whatever is available in your arsenal of tools. Grabbing a hammer is the last you wanna do simply because it will inflict the most damage on your door lock. Aside from acquiring a pick toolset which will cost around $30 online, you can also use any slim object as thin as a plastic card to unlock your door by pressing into the space between the latch and the frame. If you wish to get a little more aggressive, you can gently bend the doorknob neck up and down with a vice-grip which will probably cost you about $10 in your local hardware store. Later you can get yourself a $30 door knob. Or yet again call your local locksmith service.
Unless you haven't purchased that airbag from your local home depo "Just In Case!" you are set to go because once you pry your door open it is only your creativity which will help you to latch your car open. Usually keeping a spare metal car key copy back at home might spare you the hassle. As ironic as life has it people usually end up locking themselves out due to disorientation and it usually happens when you either need spare keys and they are not available or the person is just too far from home. Having those spare tools handy when locked out of your car is amazing, except if they are actually in your car. locked together with your car keys hand in hand. Your next option is possible a tow truck which may be a few hours away. Prices for automotive lockouts vary but you can always bargain the $65 buck service charge. Some even do it for less. However, if you're planning on an automotive locksmith to unlock your vehicle you might as well get a spare key made right there and then. Only to get one (Automotive Locksmith) to your door is about $29-$45 depending on the company. Use him while you "have 'm!"
Ok so, you got a business trying to cut down on commercial services which usually are expensive, some things you can do your self like cutting your spare keys at the hardware store unless they are high-security keys then you need a local locksmith store which can cut multiple brand keys including Mul-T-Lock.
When you are locked out your best option is a local commercial locksmith service since you aren't planning to wreck your front door. If you try to turn the cylinder counter-clockwise you might damage the lock mechanism and it might get stuck in semi-lock position. However, having a spare Adam's rite mechanism will save you the money a locksmith will charge you. Make sure you are patience-ready to install it yourself. It's a joy!
*Self-reminder, remember that bedroom lock you don't have the key for? Well, it's time to rekey that lock and only a local locksmith would do that. Well, at least someone who has been on the trade for a while. Unless you purchase shims and a rekey-kit and then you can try to do it yourself. Make sure you get the right keyway as locks may vary in keyways. ;)