Chris Mullen, Locksmith Service
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|Posted on February 22, 2017 at 8:35 AM|
I just want to say thank you to all of my customers. This has been an absolute dream come true for me. I have been so busy with serving you, I have not made a blog post in a while.
I hope all of you are doing awesome, and I am glad that I haven't heard back from a lot of you, because that means you have been served properly by me the first time, and/or you have not locked yourselves out :-) I am happy about that!
For the good people and customers that utilize my service on the regular basis, thank you! I have been so fortunate to have been able to forge relationships with so many of you on a professional level, and have been lucky to have earned your trust, where you trust me enough to continue using my service. I can't thank you enough, it is an absolute honor and priveledge to ve your locksmith.
From the bottom of my heart thank you, have an awesome year!
|Posted on May 2, 2015 at 3:35 PM|
Chris Mullen, Locksmith Service serves many commercial and industrial customers in Stockton, CA. Lately we have been able to do everything from rekeying store fronts, installing new locks on a Mexican food restaurant, an industrial building, a hair salon, a barber shop, a store in the mall and even a place where you can trade in gold for cash!
For security reasons a locksmith will never share a customers information, but what we can say is that everyone was extremely pleased with our level of professionalism, friendliness, and our ability to get everything done on short notice and in a timely manner. Our prices are competitive, and our locksmith service in Stockton is the best.
We continually strive to be the best, most efficient, fastest, most friendly professional locksmith company in Stockton. As with everything in life, if you're going to do something, Chris Mullen, Locksmith Service in Stockton believes you should do it right. Do the locks right the first time!
There is alot that goes on in running a locksmith company. Most people only see the house or store lock unlocked with lockpicks, the car being unlocked, or the new locks being installed. What people don't see is the hours of training, the constant buying of tools, supplies and equipment, learning new locksmith techniques, the online work building the presence of a locksmith business, the overhead in advertisements, or the licensing fees and taxes. It's a tough business. But at Chris Mullen, Locksmith Service in Stockton, CA we believe that hard, and smart work pays off.
Be the best at what you do, and the rest will fall into place. True also in many aspects of life.
Thanks for taking the time to read. Have a wonderful weekend!
- Chris Mullen, Locksmith Service
2210 Pacific Ave.
Stockton, CA. 95204
|Posted on March 25, 2015 at 9:00 PM|
Today is what You call a slow day in the locksmith business. The level of calls were low, and the ones that did come were not fruitful. These days come and go, it's a part of the deal.
There are two types of lockmsiths; the ones who make what they need and then stop answering their phone, and the ones who run their business like they're supposed to. They answer their calls during the normal hours, and actually call people back who leave messages for needing emergency locksmith service after hours. My company is the one that is run like it's supposed to be. But even then, there are those slow days. And enjoy them, because they are few and far between!
Luckily for me today, I happen to be a little under the weather. So today couldn't have been a more perfect day to be slow. I rested! I always have a mile long to-do list but today, I listened to my body and rested. Of coarse I still looked thru the truck, checked inventory, made a couple phone calls and did all the normal stuff you do when running a business but, all and all it was just a slow day, and that's ok!
When you learn to put your trust in God, your sense of security no longer leans on the false sense of comfort that financial gain brings. Of coarse we all like to know money is coming in, but just because money isn't coming in at that exact moment, doesn't mean your needs aren't being met. And alot of your wants too!
So I'll keep this brief to get back to enjoying the evening. In short sometimes you just have to slow down and smell the roses. Hope everyone had an awesome day!
|Posted on March 24, 2015 at 6:00 PM|
Today we got to serve two customers in Stockton, CA. The first one was a nice young lady in the Brookside area. She was on her way back from a trip and had misplaced her house key. Luckily she found Chris Mullen, Locksmith Service on Google! We showed up within the quoted estimated arrival time and got to work.
The first thing we noticed was that the front door was a Kwikset "Smartkey" Deadbolt with a matching latch. As any locksmith knows, the "Smartkey" feature does not allow the usual method for unlocking a door such as using lockpicks. The Kwikset Smartkey locks utilize an internal wafer system which does not give much oppertunity for picking or any of the other methods commonly used by professional locksmiths. It was time to go for plan B.
We explained to the customer that her front door lock had the Smartkey lock style and that the only way to gain access thru that door would be a destructive entry (drill out) and that we would need to replace the lock afterwards. Understandably, she didn't like the sound of drilling out and replacing her front door lock. We asked if she had a back or side door that perhaps, did not have a smartkey lock on it. She led around the back yard and we got to the back door. The back door was a standard pin tumbler deadbolt. The lever handle was unlocked.
Utilizing a professional pick gun, we unlocked the back door. Using lockpicks or a manual pick gun will not compromise the security of a lock in any way. After unlocking the back door lock the customer opened her door only to find that the next door (leading from inside of garage into the house) was also locked, and this time with again, Kwikset Smartkey Locks. Luckily we were able to unlock the doggie door, and unlock the deadbolt latch by going thru the doggie door.
The customer was satisfied with the service provided. We verified identification, gave the customer her receipt and went back to the shop. Upon arriving back at the shop the same customer calls us again. The customer was unable to locate her spare set of keys so she asked for us to come back out and rekey the front door so that she could again lock and unlock her door with a key. We successfully completed this service for the customer who again was very pleased with the service provided.
Later in the day we had to go out for a lock repair for a nail salon which ended up being a rekey. The customer had explained that their key was only working for the exterior of their adams rite mortise cylinder lockset for their commercial door. Upon arrival we came to the conclusion that beings they recently took over the business that they never actually had the correct key. So we rekeyed the interior deadbolt so that both the exterior and interior deadbolts would work with the same key.
Like the first customer of the day the nail salon was very pleased with the fast and thorough service that was provided.
All and all it was a great day at Chris Mullen, Locksmith Service. Thanks so much for reading.
Have an awesome day!