From Humorous to Serious: 5 Scenarios Where You Need an Emergency Locksmith
We've all been through a sticky situation involving our keys. Whether you're locked out, or in an emergency situation, it's important to stay calm. If you feel you may be in danger, call 911. But if you're in a safe environment, an emergency locksmith should be called instead. A trained locksmith carries specialized tools for emergencies and has knowledge of how to handle many different situations. Here are five different scenarios where you should call All-Lock Rescue.
- Locked Out of Your House: Getting your newspaper in your pajamas always seems like a bad idea in hindsight once you've realized you've locked yourself out of your house. If you don't have your cell phone on you (which you most likely don't because when it rains, it pours) go to a neighbor's house and call an emergency locksmith. A trained locksmith will be able to get you inside and even make copies of your keys if needed.
- Locked Out of Your Car: It always happens at the worst possible time; you're running late for a meeting or to pick up your kids and after running into the store to pick up an important item, you rush back to your car only to realize your keys are on the front seat and the doors are locked. If you're in a safe spot and there's no kids or pets locked inside the vehicle in unsafe conditions, instead of 911, call an emergency locksmith. A trained professional will be able to get into your vehicle safely without causing any damage and can even make you copies of your keys.
- Key Stuck in the Ignition: Sometimes even worse than being locked out of your car is having your key get stuck in your ignition. An emergency locksmith carries special tools to fix this problem without any damage to your vehicle.
- Broken Keys: Old worn out keys or broken locks can cause a key to break apart while trying to unlock your doors. A trained emergency locksmith will be able to replace your key and your lock, if necessary, and get you back into your home.
- Break-Ins: This is always the worse case scenario, but when your home has been burglarized, after you have called the police, it's important to call a locksmith to change the locks in your home and get new keys made to protect your home and family.
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