Hamilton Locksmith Knows Security


Who of us hasn’t been locked out of our cars? If I had a penny for every time I had to call the emergency locksmith. I’d have money for a whole new one. It is just the one thing you forget when you’re trying to juggle four bags of groceries. Your kid from daycare, and the yapping family dog. I should keep a Hamilton Locksmith on my speed dial, since apparently I am one of the most forgetful in the area. Safe to say the automotive locksmith I last talked to was one of the nicest. Hamilton Locksmith Knows Security and is said with full confidence.

Hamilton Locksmith Knows Security

Even if it was his third visit in three months, he would just smile and go to work, no judgment, no joking about how I better staple my keys to my hand to not forget them, (My last residential locksmith from a previous company actually said that to my face) and best of all no snide remarks. Professional yes, reassuring, definitely. It is easy to say that Hamilton Locksmith Knows Security.

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I’m really grateful to my last emergency locksmith. He even showed me new ways of making sure my keys are with me at all times. He told me the best kind of locks for me when I asked. (I didn’t even know that there are kinds of locks for every personality) It was really personalized service when I wanted to. Every Hamilton locksmith could learn from this guy.

One thing’s for sure, I want my locksmith Hamilton to be safe and secure, I’ve had enough of shady men posing to help and keeping copies of my keys. Fast, safe, and easy, that’s what I say. A residential locksmith is someone I need to trust since I’m letting them inside my home. I’ve read of enough locksmith scams around the country about people posing as locksmiths that turned out to be burglars, or accomplices to future break-ins where the robbers used their actual keys to get in and get out like they were the homeowners themselves.

Hamilton Locksmith Knows Security

Even if I’m frazzled and don’t know what’s happening.  I check and recheck ID’s and confirm with the company over the phone that the person who’s changing my locks is legitimate. And the company I’m dealing with is secure. There have been enough burglaries around my neighborhood that seem so easy to prevent. If they only did their research and picked the safe ones out there. How easy is it to look up which company has a case against the Better Business Bureau? Or have been suspected of larceny? Better safe than sorry, even if it takes time and effort, because come on, this is my family’s security at stake here. No cutting corners for me here!