Automotive Locksmithing 24/7
Our 24/7 Locksmith Professional Services
- Unlocking vehicles
- Releasing keys stuck in the ignition, door, or trunk
- Trunk opening
- Ignition cylinder replacement
- Broken key extraction
- Reproducing lost keys
- Immobilizer system reset and replacement
Keys to Finding a Locksmith
If you aren’t in the area, we understand it can be difficult finding someone to trust in this situation. You need help, but your vehicle is vulnerable in the process. So, how can you find someone to help?
While we’re hoping we’re your #1 choice, we believe first and foremost in helping our customers get the best service possible. So when you’re looking for a high quality locksmith (us included) consider the following tips:
1. Google Reviews
Where there is a company, there is a customer base. In today’s digital age, consumers can easily access the reviews and experiences of others to cage a business.
P.S. We have GREAT reviews and our customers LOVE us.
2. Ask for Recommendations
Seek the aid of people you know you can trust. Family, friends, coworkers. We’ve all had that awkward experience where our keys end up where they shouldn’t. Let their experiences guide you to a solution.
Need some references? Just ask. We’re happy to provide you with references you can call to verify the quality of our services.
3. Call the Business
First, ensure that they answer with the company name. If they answer with a generic phrase like “locksmith services,” be wary. If they can’t give you their business’ legal name, move on. You also want to ask if they are insured. Accidents can happen any time, and you want to know that your car will be taken care of should anything happen while getting it open.
Give us a call or drop us a line. We’d love to hear from you and to be able to answer any questions you have.
4. Check Credentials
In addition to checking for insurance, ask the locksmith for identification when he arrives. A credible locksmith should ask for yours, to ensure that they are working on your property.
Credentials…CHECK. We’re locally owned, licensed, insured and bonded.
5. Save their Information
Perhaps the most pertinent piece of advice. Keep your invoice and the business card. If they impressed you and did a good job, you have resources for future needs. If you’re afraid you’ve been scammed, the job was poorly done, or your car was damaged and they won’t make amends, you have what you need to start pursuing justice.
Scam Alerts— don’t trust a locksmith who employs any of the following procedures:
- Provides a low estimate over the phone, but then tries to add mileage expenses or labor costs to the final price
- Claims a lock cannot be picked, then tries to drill it off and replace it with a costlier lock
- Borrowing a business’ similar sounding name and address, when the actual business is far from local
- Spoofing a local number that redirects to a call center.