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Serving the Myrtle Creek area.
1.A-1 Tri-City Towing
191 Grant Ave
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Major Credit Cards Accepted
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Friendly. Fast. Efficient. Inexpensive Locksmith Company.Didn't catch the persons name at the end of the other line. However they were nice enough to pencil me in last minute. Was expecting them to a
3.American Local Locksmith
Locks & LocksmithsLocks & Locksmiths-Commercial & IndustrialLocksmith Referral ServiceLocksmiths Equipment & Supplies
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Dave is professional, responsible, trustworthy, and just an excellent provider. He gives you the straight scoop, doesn't try to up-sell you and is just as accommodating and pleasant as can be. I've us
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I am well aware that the locksmith here is very good at what he does. That's the reason I tried this service. I am not disappointed.
5.Keyhole LocksmithServing the Myrtle Creek, OR area
Locks & LocksmithsKeysBank Equipment & SuppliesSafes & Vaults
Very helpful & knowledgeable. Helped us with difficult key to replicate. Highly recommend.
6.Reliable WreckersServing the Myrtle Creek, OR area
Locks & LocksmithsTowingAutomotive Roadside Service
Reliable Wreckers is a family owned and operated business based in Eugene/Springfield. We are dedicated to our customers and committed to providing the best experience when you need it most. We will p
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- If possible, research local locksmiths online and take note of any that have poor reviews or complaints.
- When calling a locksmith, confirm their address matches what you found online or in a directory. Then ask for a cost estimate for the service you need, and ask to have them bring a written copy of this estimate.
- Some states require locksmiths to be licensed. If your state is one of them, require the locksmith to bring proof of registration when they arrive.
- First, determine the type of lock you have, as well as the manufacturer or model if possible. You should also obtain measurements of your door and frame.
- Remove exterior and interior knobs by unscrewing any visible screws you find. Many knobs will include a decorative cover on the interior side that can be removed.
- Once you've removed the entire lock, find the screws on the inside of the door frame to remove the latch or deadbolt.
- With everything removed, repeat these steps in reverse order to install the new lock.