Even though the summer is winding to an end, there are still many who are getting in those last minute vacations.
The Kansas City Better Business Bureau issued a warning this past Monday regarding two locksmith companies operating in the area.
A Charlotte locksmith is launching a new website that details all that they have to offer to their prospective clients.
Wouldn’t it be convenient to be able to unlock your door from anywhere in the world? If a guest arrives early and you are unable to meet them, you would be able to let them in without being physically present.
There is new technology available that could make it easier for crooks to gain access to your home.
In New York City, it can be a complex process to narrow down the choices for a good locksmith. Mr. Locks is a great option for all of your locksmith needs.
With summer comes an increase in the number of vacations taken. This can be a good opportunity for thieves to take advantage of an empty house.
R.O.N. Locksmith services customers in the city of Chicago. They have been recognized as one of the most credible locksmiths in their area.
A locksmith is among those in the community rallying to help the Austin Zoo recover after a robbery.
Fast Locksmith in Roswell, Georgia understands their customer’s needs when it comes to security. They understand that when a home or business has been compromised, it is time to consider re-keying.
University Lock & Security of Phoenix announced additional services in their locksmith business.
Jordan Frankel is a home security expert. He recently announced the ‘Find a Locksmith’ feature on the Global Security Experts’ website.
A locksmith who has had negative publicity in the past is getting attention again for the wrong reason. Thomas Jeffrey Hayes from Amazing Grace Locksmiths recently filed bankruptcy.
The Better Business Bureau in Texas advises caution when dealing with locksmiths.
A locksmith company is finding it difficult to believe that someone would hijack the advertisement they are paying for. A local news stations Fact Finder team helped to figure out the situation.
Greg Wright has been working as a locksmith for practically his entire life. He works at Rite-Way Safe & Lock, Inc.
The Fresno Police were able to retrieve $60,000 in locksmith tools that had been stolen. The stolen equipment was found in Central Fresno in a house located at Cambridge and Effie.
A Denver university needed the skills of a locksmith to see what was inside a safe hidden in the school’s basement.
It is not uncommon for a locksmith to aid the police in their efforts from day to day. Locksmith John Firestine was involved in a police situation that he would never like to face again.
Carle Place Locksmith worked with a local ski shop to deal with a security situation after an employee was dismissed.
A variety of factors have hit some of those in the locksmith business pretty hard. Still, husband and wife owners Barbara and Lou Herrly, at 75, are still in the industry with their business, Lou’s Lock & Safe.
Babylon Locksmiths from Suffolk County, New York recently worked with a local school district to upgrade some of their schools. In light of recent violent attacks against school children in recent years, many districts are looking for new safety measures.
Adrian Steel released an upfit for the Ram ProMaster at the 2014 NTEAWork Truck Show.
Floral Park Locksmiths from Nassau County prides itself on being a good community member and their recent work with a new local pharmacy highlighted that community spirit.
Jennifer Richards is a fourth generation locksmith at Keever’s Key and Repair Service in Hickory. She loves the varying challenges she faces each day.
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