Who among us wasn’t locked off our cars? Unless I had a penny each time I called the emergency locksmith I would have enough for a whole new one. If you try to juggle four bags of food, your kid from daycare, and the yapping family dog, it’s just the one thing you ‘re missing. I should have a San Diego locksmith on my speed dial, because I’m obviously one of California’s most forgotten moms. Fair to say the last time I spoke to the automotive locksmith was one of the nicest. Even if it was his third visit in three months, he would just smile and go to work, no criticism, no kidding about how better to staple my keys to my hand so as not to miss them, (my last residential locksmith from a previous company actually said that to my face) and most of all, no snide remarks. Professional yes, very encouraging. Interested readers can find more information about them at Safety Locksmith Las Vegas-Locksmith.
I am very grateful to my last locksmith for the emergency. He has also taught me new ways to ensure my keys are always with me. When I was asked he told me the best kind of locks for me. (I didn’t even know there are kinds of locks for every personality) Once I decided to, it was just custom service. Each locksmith in San Diego should learn from that man.
One thing is for sure, I want my San Diego locksmith to be safe and reliable, I’ve got enough crooked people posing to help and keep copies of my keys. Quick, healthy, convenient … that’s what I’m saying. A residential locksmith is someone who I need to trust before I let them inside my house. I’ve read enough locksmith scams around the country about people posing as locksmiths who turned out to be burglars, or accomplices to future break-ins where the criminals used their own keys to get in and out like they were the owners.
Even if I’m frazzled and don’t know what’s going on, I check and recheck ID’s and confirm over the phone with the company that the person changing my locks is legitimate and the company that I’m working with is safe. In my neighborhood, there have been enough burglaries that seem too easy to avoid, if only they did their homework and selected the safe ones out there. How quick it is to find out which company has a case against the Better Business Bureau? Or is larceny suspected? Better safe than sorry, even if it takes time and effort as it happens, that’s the protection at stake here for my family. No cutting corners here for me!