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Coral Gables Garage Door - 4 Reviews - 5515 Granada Blvd, Miami, FL - Water Treatment Reviews - Phone (305) 760-4950

Coral Gables Garage Door

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5515 Granada Blvd
Miami, FL 33146
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(305) 760-4950
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Likely the most suitable. Fast approach to any concern. As opposed to different providers their labor compelling and of top rated grade.

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Beware! Locking yourself out of your car or home is frustrating enough. But imagine calling a locksmith then being charged double – or even more – the quoted fee. The Attorney Gen...

Great in Garage Door 7/23/2012

Tremendous accomplishment; the entrance way was opened in minutes . The employee was amiable and careful .I appreciate it. Consummate qualified personnel . Service was well-nigh instantaneous making it possible for me to restart the holiday . more

Excellent in Locksmith 7/15/2012

The work was very professional and according to my expectation . Quite possibly the most impressive. Snappy reaction at any time of the day. Trustworthy and friendly customer service at extraordinary prices . Round the clock facility at terrific rates . more

Avoid: Part of National Locksmith SCAM 7/15/2012

Beware! Locking yourself out of your car or home is frustrating enough. But imagine calling a locksmith then being charged double – or even more – the quoted fee. The Attorney General’s Office receives complaints every per month about so-called “local” locksmiths pulling a bait-and-switch. In many cases, these “locksmiths” arrive in unmarked vehicles, damage doors in their feeble attempts to pick locks and still demand more money. • If you’re locked out of your car and have a roadside assistance service, call them first. • Ask for referrals from your Judy’s Book or Facebook Friends. • Use a locksmith with a shop. A physical location or shop ensures that you have a way to contact the business in case of a problem, but of course you’ll need to confirm the address. • Dial a local number and listen to how the person answers the phone. If a company answers the phone with a generic phrase like "locksmith," rather than a company-specific name, be wary. Ask for the legal name of the business. If the person refuses, call another locksmith. • Get an estimate for all work and replacement parts from the locksmith before work begins. In cases of a lock-out, most legitimate locksmiths will give you an estimate on the phone for the total cost of the work. After the work is completed, demand an invoice. • Ask for ID, including a business card. Expect the locksmith to ask you for identification, as well. A legitimate locksmith should confirm your identity and make sure you’re the property owner before doing any work. Some legitimate locksmiths will work out of a car for quick or emergency jobs, but most will arrive in a service vehicle that is clearly marked with the name of the business. • Remember, this person has the keys to your car or home. So if you’re not comfortable with the service provider, refuse service. more

Likely the most suitable 11/3/2011

Likely the most suitable. Fast approach to any concern. As opposed to different providers their labor compelling and of top rated grade. more
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