When locksmiths are trying to understand their local customers, there are some simple steps they can take to build their business and their reputation with their local customers.
The Long Island startup company, KeyMe is looking at a national expansion.
When locked out of your home or car, you need the help of a locksmith who is efficient and fair. The nature of the business in recent years shows that you may find one that is neither.
Northwest Locksmith spent the month of April making sure that they communicated to their customers on more than just the business level. A portion of their April revenue is slated for a contribution to EarthShare Washington.
The top five ways to protect your home or business highlight the best ways to protect the things that are most important to you. Safety and security should always be a priority.
Automotive Key Guys in Central Florida is now offering transponder key programming as part of their services.
SMSU is about to lose the only locksmith the campus has ever known. Gene Verschelde will retire at the end of June after 44 years on the campus.
The Better Business Bureau of Cleveland is warning consumers that locksmiths are posing as local companies and passing along surprise fees to unsuspecting customers. They are also stealing credentials from local locksmiths.
The online marketing specialists at Prospect Genius are working with Lock Works Locksmith Service, Inc to build their internet presence. The hope is to advertise via a new website and other marketing arenas in order to grow their business.
A locksmith is often asked about the benefits of a deadbolt lock. Most consider it an important but affordable way to reduce break ins.
Unfortunately, home invasions and burglaries are a fact of life. Some homes are targeted in broad daylight. Homeowners are turning to locksmiths to find ways to protect their home.
Charles Phipps, 81, is operating his mobile locksmith business in hopes of eventually building a home on his ten acres of property in Penrose. His business is called Rainbow Trail.
Joe’s Lock and Key from Bakersfield announced the addition of a broader selection of automotive services for newer model cars. This includes electronic locks and key fobs with remote entry.
Two locksmiths from Alabama will be traveling across the country and opening abandoned safes for the new TruTV series, “The Safecrackers”.
Ramona residents Rheynard Morgan and his wife Mary are looking to bring new life to an old business on Main Street. The business has been around for 3 decades. They are the third owners of Ramona Locksmith since it opened in 1976.
Texas Premier Locksmith is located in San Antonio. They have only been in business for one year and they’ve already provided service to more than 2600 customers.
The Spartanburg area has a group of community members who have a vested interest in the community working to make sure that locksmith scams do not continue to infiltrate their business core.
A retired locksmith who was selling sets of master keys through eBay has stopped. The end to his sales came after some pressure from New York city officials.
Northwest Locksmith recently made a big push towards growing their mobile services by investing in both training and equipment for their Spokane car services team.
Electronic Security Specialists from Memphis is now happy to offer their locksmith services to banks. They also offer their services to other businesses as well.
Locksmith of Los Angeles has serving the great Los Angeles area for over 15 years. They offer automotive, residential and commercial locksmith services. The service personnel at Locksmith of Los Angeles are licensed, bonded and insured.
Texas Premier Locksmith has expanded to the Dallas area.
Rachel Perry is one of Portsmouth’s schools newest employees. She was hired as a journeyman locksmith six months ago.
Locksmith Joel Goldbaum believes he was fired from his job at Kings County Hospital for being overly honest.
Online training is a common option for those looking to become a locksmith. The cost of online training generally runs from about $400 to $1000. These costs include a tool kit and training materials. Some also include instructional DVDs.
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