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Blog August 2014

04/08/14 4:12 PM

Blog August 2014

Recommendations Go a Long Way.

Well it’s been a busy couple of months as the business seems to go from strength-to-strength, not only from being organically on page 1 of Google searches for ‘Plymouth Locksmith’ but from many recommendations.  I always pride myself on working the highest standards to make sure all my customers are always left satisfied.  This is not only doing the job but cleaning up and explaining what has just happened so they’re left fully briefed.  I also leave my customers with tips to help ensure they’re security items will last longer.  This I believe has helped in you all referring my business to family and friends and I thank you all for your endorsements.

Higher Spec Cylinders.

I’ve always given my customers an option on a normal, middle and higher range security solution to suit their budget and needs.  This month will see the launch of my long term higher spec cylinders which will work on any door or security item you may have.  From padlocks to wooden doors and UPVC doors, the EPS system from Evva, an Austrian company, will ensure that your new cylinders will last well after a normal cylinder will.  The keys are made from nickel silver which is a very strong metal so your keys will not snap.  The keys will also be cut to code so no bad copies will ever be made.  Lastly, the keys are on a restricted profile meaning no other key will work in the cylinder.  The keys are controlled from copying unless the owner/landlord gives permission and can only be cut by me.  This means when someone moves out, you know for a fact that there are no other keys out there.

The cylinders themselves are made from the finest metals and come with all the usual security upgrades you would expect from a top-of-the-range cylinder.  All cylinders can also be Keyed Alike so you will only need one key for your house.  A Master Key system can also be put in place where everyone has an individual key for their door and the owner/landlord can have a Master Key to open every cylinder.  More information on Keyed Alike (One Key House) and Master Key systems can be found on the website under the ‘Services’ tab.

My training takes place in London in two weeks so please keep an eye out on Facebook, Linked In or Twitter for pictures of the new system.

Until then, keep safe and remember, if you think it’s expensive to hire a professional, wait until you hire an amateur.

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