Frantz Locksmith Service LCO # 4160

Mobile Locksmiths in Sacramento CA (916) 534 4900

Know who provides secure professional locksmith services for your safes locks keys.

Frantz and Nelson's ALL Locksmith Services, Inc. offer Jeff's Locksmiths. A local licensed locksmith company with a Walk In Shop and the ability to provide the services you will need regularly or in a circumstance requiring our mobile services.

Please Visit our lock shop located at
2377 Arden Way, Sacramento CA 95825
or call us for mobile service.

When do you need an experienced licensed professional locksmith?

  • When buying a new home or setting up a new business.
  • Upgrading to High Security or Fire & ADA code compliance.
  • To install, maintain or upgrade a master key system.
  • Broken lock repair, worn out lock replacement or retrofit.
  • If locked out of your car, home or office.
  • Limiting access for an employee, room mate or guest.
  • A house, office or ignition key is misplaced, lost or stolen.
  • The home, office or store safe breaks and will not open.

If any of the above happen your daily routine will be disrupted.

You will need an experienced professional locksmith.

Check out the local locksmiths in your area first instead of relying on last minute internet searches taking away your time.

Frantz and Nelson's ALL Locksmith Services, Inc.
A full service locksmith company, walk in shop with mobile services that is able to help in any safe, lock or key situation.

Our Mobile Locksmith Trip Charge, Hourly Rate and After Hour Rate within the Sacramento CA Metropolitan Area:

  • Service Trip Charge for mobile service - $65 - After Hrs $85
  • Residential & Commercial Hourly rate - $80 - After Hrs $120
  • Safe work - Please call for prices.
  • Call for Price Specials on lock re key and lock installation.

Some helpful tips for finding the right locksmith.

CA locksmiths are licensed by the Department of Consumer Affairs, Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (DCA, BSIS) and issues a license certificate along with a pocket license. There are two types of license, first for the Locksmith Company (LCO) and second for the Locksmith Employee (LOC). You can check these LCO and LOC license numbers at the DCA, BSIS web site:
http://www.bsis.ca.gov/online_services/verify_license.shtml

CA Locksmith Companies are required to have and maintain a Contractors license when work is performed for a payment of $500. or more
. You can check out a license at the CA State License Board:
https://www2.cslb.ca.gov/OnlineServices/CheckLicenseII/CheckLicense.aspx

The Better Business Bureau displays licensed companies in each city and town, some are accredited.
You can access a wealth of information on their web site that may be helpful to you in making a decision which company you should check out and/or contract. The BBB web site:
http://necal.bbb.org/

Ask about
licensing, prices and flat rates. Expect a reasonable service charge or trip fee, itemized charges for work and/or hourly rate for requested service. Please note a few types of jobs cannot be accurately quoted without assessment such as safe or commercial situations and would need an onsite estimate.

Obtain a price range for estimate work
including service or trip fee, estimate on parts and labor or an hourly rate.

When the service person(s) has arrived first check the Picture ID, locksmith license and if applicable contractors license before any work is done.

Have him check at requested work and confirm your estimate.

You have the choice at that time to refuse work from whomever arrives however you may be required to pay a service charge, trip fee or arrival fee.

Get a receipt with company name, telephone number and address along with service persons name. Make sure it accurately describes and lists the work plus all new parts.

For information on Locksmithing: Wikipedia The Free Encyclopedia
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