Locksmithing is something I have always wanted to do since I was young.
During a school field trip to the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto I was fascinated by an exhibit on locks and safe-cracking. I managed to crack a lot of safes and this started my passion for locksmithing.
Since that time I was interested in becoming a locksmith, and I realized that it was something that I always wanted to do.
Later, I took some courses and received a locksmith certificate, while in the construction industry. After re-thinking my future, I realized that I wanted to pursue my dream of becoming a locksmith. I have been in the business now for more than 14 years, and I pride myself on being fast, reliable, insured, reasonably priced, certified and honest. I enjoy my line of business and have been dedicated to keeping buildings and people, and their belongings, pets and valuables safe.
I want to make sure that my customers are getting good value for their money. That’s my ethical background. It is easy these days to become target of potential fraudulent companies. I was told by a property manager that a customer who hired a locksmith to install two locks was charged $1,200. The job should have only been $120 to $160, and that would have included five keys.
I will be happy to offer a free consultation to residential customers to show them what the services and costs are so that they are confident they are getting the best value for their money with no hidden costs.
I believe that the security business should be the business of helping people. Your security is my business.
I have been serving commercial and residential clients in the Burlington, Oakville, Milton, Hamilton, and Halton area for the past 14 years. Norman Turbide can be reached at (905) 632-0113 or firstname.lastname@example.org