FAQs about Calling a Locksmith
Getting locked out can be a panic-inducing experience. Fortunately, a locksmith can get you back into your car or home quickly. Most people don’t think about what to expect when they call a locksmith until they actually need one, so it’s common to have a lot of questions about the process. Here are the answers to questions that locksmiths often hear from new customers.
Will I have to show ID?
Locksmiths can’t open up every door that someone asks them to. After all, how do they know your car is really yours or that the door you want to open is really to your house? Locksmiths are supposed to ask for ID to ensure that they aren’t inadvertently giving a thief access to someone else’s property. However, many people who are locked out of their homes or cars have their IDs locked inside. Talk to your locksmith before he or she arrives on the scene to find out what you can do to prove your property is yours.
How long will I have to wait?
Service calls for locksmiths are similar to calling for roadside assistance. The length of time it takes a locksmith to reach you depends on the nature of your call and the number of other people who need service at the same time. Your locksmith will tell you what to expect when you call for help. Be sure to explain to your locksmith if you feel you are locked out in an unsafe area.
What can locksmiths do besides help when you’re locked out?
Locksmiths do much more than just unlock doors. They can rekey anything with a lock and reproduce keys, including complex car keys. They can also install locks and evaluate the locks at your home to determine if they are secure.
Whether you’re locked out of your home or car, or need help replacing your locks, choose Moseng Locksmithing. This licensed and insured company has been serving the community since 1995 with unparalleled service and guaranteed work. Contact this locksmith in Hastings, MN, by calling (651) 437-2749.