Award Winning Locksmith: Successfully Opened Thousands Of Locked Safes

June 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Minneapolis, Minnesota based Fast Eddys Keys Express is pleased to inform members of the public that they specialize in both residential and commercial locksmith services that include safe opening and changing of safe combinations. They also state that they provide professional locksmith services in all of the Twin Cities Metro Area, including St Louis Park, Edina, Richfield, Bloomington, Golden Valley, and so on.

“We provide specialized professional services such as safe opening, safe cracking, and safe repairs for homes and businesses in the greater Minnesota area. We are capable of solving any safe-related problems you may have, including repair works, combination change, bolting the safe on the floor, tune-up, changing of safe keys and locks, safe drilling, safe picking, and more,” says Edward Mann from Fast Eddys Keys Express. Mann also states that their experienced locksmiths are trained to work on different types of products, such as insulated files and media safe, fire safe, record safes, and many, many more. The company is even qualified to work on gun safes.

“We understand the frustration of being locked out of your own safe that contains your heirlooms, valuables, and sentimental items. By calling our professionals, you can be sure that your belongings will stay protected and your safe will not be damaged or broken if you forget your password and need it to be opened,” says Mann. Fast Eddys Keys Express has the right skills and knowledge to get into a safe with very minimal or no damage at all. In addition, their safe technicians are the best in the field, and have extensive experience working on all types and brands of safes including A&B, Mosler, Fort Knox, Kaso, Chatwood-Milner, Sentry, Amsec, and more. Mann explains that they can also restore and repair damaged safes, whether they are flooded, vandalized, dirty, or even simply worn out.

Meanwhile, Fast Eddys Keys Express recently earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA) for 2018 due to their reliable and award winning service. Those who have won the SSA have met very strict eligibility requirements, which include having a consistent “A” rating on all grade categories. The award also represents companies who consistently deliver exceptional customer service within their community.

With over three decades of experience in the business, Fast Eddys Keys Express has already built a reputation for being one of the most trusted locksmiths in the greater Minnesota area. Many of their previous clients can also attest to the company’s exceptional workmanship and customer service. In fact, the company boasts an aggregate rating of 4.8/5 from over 240 customer reviews on Google.

Ade Salami, in a Google review, said, “Eddy is kind, personable, professional and, as the name states—fast. He was a fantastic communicator, calling back personally within minutes of when I reached out to the office to schedule the service. He outlined the costs, which were incredibly reasonable, showed up promptly, and performed the work with skill demonstrating his 30+ years of experience. He explained everything he did and respected the property as if it were his own. I would happily recommend him to anyone in need of a locksmith, and will definitely use his services again when needed.”

Another satisfied client, Paulette Conroy, said, “I was 100% impressed and satisfied with the workmanship and the courtesy of Eddy, and his partner locksmith, who changed all the locks on our Minneapolis rental garage recently. They are knowledgeable, prompt, affordable, and honest. We have had trouble with one of the locks and he drew it to my attention before I could even tell him. They installed a new plate which made the door safer as a result. I am glad that I chose to support a local hometown guy instead of the big chains and franchises. I would absolutely recommend him and his business.”

More information can be found on the company’s website. Aside from safes, Fast Eddys Keys Express also provides residential locksmith services for all types of doors and security hardware, key replacement, auto lockout, and more. In addition to this, interested parties may send an email inquiry or call the company’s service hotline to connect with one of their expert technicians.

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For more information about Fast Eddys Keys Express, contact the company here:

Fast Eddys Keys Express
Edward Mann
6128223773
locksmithminneapolisarea@gmail.com
3514 Grand Ave S Minneapolis MN 55408

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