Excellent Locksmith Mornington Peninsula
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Excellent Locksmiths Mornington Peninsula. For all your Residential & Commercial Lock needs. Call us today.
Our services & skills are battle tested. Can you imagine working in crime ridden suburbs? Attending multiple break ins to clients houses? Having to increase security to the doors & and the windows, assessing where the points of weakness are? If you did this then you would gain valuable information. You would also gain priceless experience regarding door & window security locks.
Hi, my name’s Jarrod Hopkins & I spent many years working in some of Melbourne’s highest crime suburbs as a locksmith, in that time I attended many sites to address a wide range of home security issues, & repaired damaged doors after break-ins. In that time I honed my locksmith skills & increased my knowledge, covering various residential & commercial locksmith issues & applications.
We have now opened our own locksmith service. for the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston & Carrum downs. If you need expert advice or assistance for your door or window locks, then fill out the form or give me a call.
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Here’s some of the benefits of dealing with Excellent Locksmith Mornington Peninsula.
- You get a full domestic locksmith service from a seasoned expert.
- Excellent Locksmith’s 7 day a week, 24 hour a day service performs emergency openings for families, couples, singles & business’s.
- Our uniformed, professional locksmiths travel in their mobile vehicles & perform all manner of on site openings, repairs & installations.
- You get my 100% best price guarantee.
- 12 month service warranty.
Locksmith Services - An Overview
The modern locksmith is much more than just somebody you call out when you are locked out of your home or office, in fact the modern locksmith covers a whole variety of locksmith and safety associated services that most people are just not aware of.
These extra services range from boarding up windows and doors after a break in damage, to fitting burglar alarms and security lighting to make your home or business premises more secure and give you piece of mind when you are away on business or away on holiday. Other service that some locksmith offer include security advice and assessments for businesses or private homes, CCTV system installation and repair, door entry systems, mobile key cutting and more…
Many years ago prior to the internet revolution when only the biggest and wealthiest companies had web sites; it was hard to get across what services a small to medium sized company or business essentially offered. In those days companies had brochures printed and circulated, advertised in neighbourhood newspapers or took out ads and listings in the now outdated directories such as Yellow Pages, Thomson local and the Phone Book. These days you can reach a lot more people for less money by using the internet and social media, companies advertising budgets have been slashed and its now and even playing field across the board that is if you have a website.
All companies working in the UK, even a small local locksmith, needs a website, not only to show the range of services he or she offers but to prove that they are in fact the real deal, fully trained and vetted and competitively priced.
It’s a little known fact that the locksmith industry here in the UK is completely unregulated, meaning that any person can set themselves up as a locksmith and start trading, no permit or official recognition is necessary.
You would think that every locksmith would have taken some form of training but believe it or not there are some locksmiths marketing their services online that have undertaken no training at all and have simply watched YouTube “How To” videos. So how do you keep away from these cowboys?
The company website is a good starting point, the most awful of these cowboys wont even have a website and will work via Facebook page, avoid these at all costs.. Then there are the DIY website locksmiths, remember these cowboys won’t pay for a training course so aren’t likely to pay for a professionally design website… A DIY website should be easy enough to spot they’ll be badly designed and have inadequate functionality..
If you find a decent locksmith who has a professionally designed website you’re almost there, now you need to look for accreditation and training logos, look at there services, see if they offer a full range as cowboys usually just offer general locksmith services such as gaining entry ( anyone can break a lock, a professional locksmith will pick it). Hopefully by now you will have filtered out all the cowboys and found yourself a qualified locksmith