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Top Tips for Hiring a
Have you ever locked yourself out? Have you ever lost your key and needed help to get back
into your property?
If the answer is “yes”, then you are probably well-aware of the challenges people experience
when trying to find a reliable locksmith. Especially in emergencies having a fast response and
support is extremely important. That is why DG Locksmiths Glasgow provides emergency
locksmith services second to none. If you require a locksmith in Glasgow area we can provide
emergency services within as little as 30 minutes. We also understanding how challenging it
could be to find a reliable locksmith so we created a list of top tips that could help you in your


Conduct research

Just like any similar task, like hiring a plumber or electrician, finding a locksmith requires careful
consideration and research. It is usually better to do that before you actually need a locksmith to
avoid the pressure the situation can put on you. So why not check where the closest to you
locksmith is, their reputation and opening hours? This could save you a lot of efforts and stress
especially in the situation of an emergency. You are also recommended to take a note of the
phone numbers and addresses of a couple of locksmiths for future reference, especially if you do
not want to hire the first locksmith on your list.


Ask for recommendations

Getting advice and recommendations from friends and family is a very good way to find a reliable
locksmith. After all you are definitely not the first to get into a situation where you need a
locksmith and your friends and family could provide useful insights on their customer experience.

3. Finding a locksmith in a phone book
or the internet
When you find a locksmith online or in a phone book make sure that they have a business
address and that this business address matches the locksmith. This is important as some
companies list a street address of a vacant lot to give the impression that they are local. These
could be verified by using websites that match street addresses with telephone numbers.
However, some legitimate locksmiths might not list an address either. So when you call them ask
why they do not have an official address listes. A potential reason is that they are a mobile
business or that they operate from home, and simply do not have a store front.
Another type of business to avoid are locksmiths who do not give a specific company name when
you call and instead say “locksmith services” or something similar. What you can do is ask them
to confirm their legal business name and if they refuse you should call another locksmith.

4. Get an estimation before the work
Do not let the locksmith start working before you have an estimation of how much it will cost you.
You should be able to get this information when you call the locksmith. You should also ask for
any additional fees, as there might be a charge for a service call or mileage. If the price given on
the phone does not match the price the locksmith gives you when they arrive do not let them
proceed. Also never put your signature under a blank authorisation form.


Check if the locksmith is insured

If your property gets damaged, or there is some faulty leading to damage or loss resulting from
the work done then the locksmith should be able to cover your losses. That is why it is important
to ensure that the locksmith has an insurance in place.


Ask for identification

When the locksmith arrives you should ask for identification. This could be a business card or a
license. You should also make sure that the invoice you get has the company details and
everything is legitimate. Also expect to be asked for your personal details and identification, as a
legitimate locksmith will not start any work until they ensure you are the owner of the property.


Get a detailed invoice

After the locksmith has finished the work you should ask for a detailed invoice. This should
include any parts that are being replaces, the cost of the labour, and any extra fees like mileage
and service calls. Also ensure that these match the quote you were given before the work

Hiring DG Locksmiths Glasgow &
At DG Locksmiths Glasgow & Edinburgh we ensure that the expectations of our customers are
always met and that you receive the quality services that you deserve. As authorised locksmith in
Glasgow, with locksmith services available in Paisley and Falkirk we deliver quality work to
customers in central Scotland. We are also one of the best locksmiths Edinburgh can offer, so
wherever you need locksmith services DG Locksmiths can help. If you have any questions
regarding our services do not hesitate to contact us.

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