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We purchased a home and wanted to replace the locks with something more secure. Also, we wanted the door knobs in the house to match with the exteriors. Nice work.
- Maurice M.
Bill was extremely responsive to communication ahead of the appointment, easy to schedule with, and quoted a very reasonable price. On the day of, showed up punctually and did a wonderful job. He installed new deadbolts and box strikes (I had already purchased the parts myself in advance), took the time to do a careful, neat and clean install, answered our questions, and made extra keys. The final cost was actually slightly LESS than the initial estimate. Couldn't possibly be happier with his work. Strongly recommended!
- Apu M.
Because of the touchy nature of the situation, Provider name locked. had made it clear that if there was any kind of confrontation, they would leave and I would be charged for the visit. This was completely understandable and acceptable to me. I also had a neutral third party lined up from my real estate agent's office, to make sure there could be no complaints afterwards.
I was scheduled for a window between 9am and 11am. I came to the house at 8:45am, and the ex-wife was still in the process of moving out. I didn't interfere, the situation stayed civil, I explained what I was planning to do, and I waited for the locksmith to arrive.
By 10:45am, it took a phone call to Provider name locked. to discover that the locksmith was delayed at an emergency lockout, and would arrive in another 30-40 minutes. I certainly understand that things happen, but since I had a third party waiting for my call, it would have been nice to be notified when the delay was first known.
The locksmith did show up within that additional window, and he was professional and courteous. There was a bit of scrambling on my part, as I tried to figure out how the ex would continue moving out while I changed the locks. We eventually agreed to have the locksmith re-key just the deadbolt, and leave the doorknob in place. This way, the ex could secure the door without worrying about being locked out, and I could later secure the door once she was done.
The locksmith was quick and efficient, and refused to be sloppy. After putting the deadbolt back together, it mostly worked but something was binding. Rather than just pack up and run off, he took the time to disassemble the lock, determine the mistake he had made, assembled the lock correctly and made sure it worked flawlessly.
Considering the nature of the service, and the potential for things to go wrong, I was very happy with the service provided by Provider name locked. and would call them again for any locksmith work without hesitation.
- Neil M.