For one inch you'll be fine with stock UCAs. For that little you don't need to replace keys either. Just crank the stock keys and get a front end alignment. I do it to every one of these I've owned.
For alignments, I like to go back to the dealer. One of the few things I go to a dealership for, but in my experience that's where I've gotten the best alignment jobs done. They're not really any more expensive than an independent shop either, at least in my locale.
Truthfully even among dealers it's possible to get a bad alignment. I had Pioneer Chevy in Abingdon VA cost me about 15k miles on a set of tires. The dealer that I went to for the next alignment said they had to put it back on the rack 3 times to get it right. I say that to say: find one that has good reviews and who folks recommend. All dealers, like independent shops, are not created equally.