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Find a Trusted Locksmith

Finding a reliable and honest locksmith just got easier with our locksmith locator tool. Simply enter your city, state, or zip (or all 3) to view a list of locksmiths in your location. You can also narrow your results by checking the box next to the service you are looking for (example: Emergency 24 Hour Services or Lockouts). It’s very important to make sure you find the right locksmith for

your job. All the companies in our search tool have been vetted by us to ensure they provide honest prices and quality work. If you are unable to find a locksmith near you using our locator tool, we recommend reading our tips for choosing a locksmith and then Google a locksmith in your area.

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Tips for Choosing a Locksmith

When you use Google to find a locksmith please use the following guidelines to ensure you are doing business with a professional.

  1. Is there company advertising on the vehicle? If someone shows up in an unmarked vehicle with no company advertising, it is usually a warning sign.
  2. A qualified locksmith should ask for valid identification from you before they begin working.
  3. If the price seems too good to be true, it probably is. Ask for a written estimate for the total work to be done, including the trip charge. Remember, locksmithing is a skilled trade that requires constant learning and certification, all of which cost time and money to be skilled at. To give you an idea on pricing, our automotive key cutting services in Omaha are $29.95 – 89.95 for programming and $19.95 - $39.95 for key cutting services. This does not include a trip charge or a lockout fee.
  4. Ask for identification from the locksmith upon arrival. Professional locksmiths will not hesitate to give you some sort of identification to verify who they are.
  5. Look for accreditations from organizations like the Better Business Bureau, Associated Locksmiths of America, or Chamber of Commerce.

These are just a few guidelines we suggest using when locating a locksmith outside of the tool we provide. If you are successful in finding a local locksmith using our tool above you don’t have to worry about using these suggestions, we have already done the work.



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