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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.
How many times have you said, "Where are my car keys?" or been late to an appointment because you had to run around the house for fifteen minutes trying to figure out where you put them? Even worse, have you ever found yourself unable to open your car doors only to peer into the window and see all the locks secured and your keys dangling from the ignition or lying on the driver's seat? Either of these situations can be make a terrible impact on your day, especially if it is dark, cold, rainy, or a particularly pressing engagement. If this happens to you, stay calm and call a car locksmith.Replacing your lost car keys, or getting into your locked car, is a simple task for a professional locksmith. These workers are skilled at the creating and getting past locks. They understand the complicated series of moving parts that make up a lock, whether it be for a house, a shed, a business, or a car. Because each type of lock poses different parts, a locksmith needs to know how each works, how it is made, and how they will be able to breach it should someone need to open a lock for which they have lost the key. When it comes to houses, locksmiths are not just able to open a lock, but can completely change them. This can mean actually changing the entire mechanism or just "re-keying". Re-keying refers to modifying the lock so that previous keys will not work and a new one will be necessary. This is a good idea if you lose your house keys or a person whom you do not want to be is in possession of a set.Cars are a little different for locksmiths. Getting in to a locked car is sometimes called "popping" the lock because it requires manipulation of the lock mechanism that results in the manual lock "popping" up. This service will enable you to get in your car if you have locked yourself out or in an emergency when you absolutely need to get inside but cannot find your keys.Locksmiths are also skilled at cutting keys. Taking advantage of this and getting extra copies of your car keys, both door and ignition, is a good idea even if you have never lost your keys or gotten locked out of your car. Some locksmiths recommend keeping an extra set of keys in a magnetic lock box under your car, or keeping a spare door key outside and a spare ignition key inside. Keeping an extra ignition key inside the car will enable you to actually use the car should you lose your keys and need a locksmith to let you inside.Finding a locksmith is as simple as going online and looking at one of the numerous review-based websites available. These sites enable you to look through honest, unbiased reviews of local locksmiths and choose one that seems to fit your situation. Leaving these hard-working locksmiths positive feedback after service ensures that others will be able to find them should they ever need a lock opened, or a new key.