It’s one of those little things that you keep meaning to get around to but it always seems to slide down the priority list, locks that just don’t work. It’s different when it’s a house lock or car lock, those you need ready access to at any time. But when that lock is on an outdoor box which has the sole purpose of containing play equipment you tend to just think, she’ll be right!
Finally you get to the end of your tether and you have to do something about it, if only for your own sanity when walking around the garden. At that point you try and fix it yourself, then discover the reason the lock doesn’t work is because ages ago you snapped a key in the lock and then promptly forgot about it, d’oh!
Time to get serious, you need the help of someone who actually knows what they’re doing, and around these parts the people who can do that are Peter and his apprentice, Sam, from Southbound Locksmiths. Peter has been in the industry for over 25 years now and his prompt and knowledgeable help is a massive boon to those of us, like me, who aren’t too savvy with the workings of those pesky tumblers. Having met Peter and seen his work first hand I have had no hesitation in getting him back to my place to redo all my locks, the expressway workings were not kind to them. *shakes fist* “Damn dust!”
Peter is another proud member of the Onkaparinga community. Just a glance at the Southbound Locksmiths web site will demonstrate how appreciated by the local community they really are, picking up awards for his company’s commitment to quality, service and affordability. So once again Peter, thank you!