Locksmiths and The Ones To Trust

This post is design to help you choose the right tradesmen for the job and how to find them online.When finding a tradesmen the ideal place is always one that is recommended to you by somebody you trust, unfortunately we don’t all have this option.

Below are a few things to bare in mind when searching:

* When searching online for a locksmith (google for example) never choose the sponsored links at the top of the page, these can be very deceptive claiming to be local companies with local area code numbers. In reality they are usually national call centers who will subcontract the work to a local unqualified trademen at an extorted cost to yourself.

http://www.gloucestershireecho.co.uk/Cheltenham-locksmith-s-warning-hijacked-Google/story-17147958-detail/story.html

* Always try to find a locksmith associated to an association for example The UKLA , MLA or ICL.

https://www.uklocksmithsassociation.co.uk/

Why use the Master Locksmiths Association (MLA)?

http://theinstituteofcertifiedlocksmiths.org/

* Where possible always try to find independent reviews of the company you intend to use.

https://plus.google.com/106728495542318274405/posts?hl=en

http://www.gloucestercitizen.co.uk/tradesmen/locksmiths-and-key-cutting/besecure-locksmiths-(cheltenham)/business-8849029-detail/business.html

* Remember you can always call a reputable locksmith for a free quote either over the phone or onsite. I would always advise getting at least 3 separate quotes from different companies.