Rocky Mountain Security Group

Westminster, CO

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About this pro

Locksmith mobile service in business since 2007. Serving Denver and Boulder Colorado. We are local and offer flat quotes over the phone. Emergency services and by appointment. Call now for a free estimate!

Offering:
Lock-out service
Deadbolts and replacement locks
Replacement Car Keys & Chip programming
Replace lost car remotes
Transponder Chip Keys (We specialize in Chrysler, Chevrolet, GM, Dodge, Ford, Jeep, Honda, Nissan, Isuzu, Kia, & Mazda but service most makes/models)
Re-key home or business
Door Hardware
Burglary, Fire and Gun Safes, replacement electronic safe locks, combination changes & Safe service & repair.
Safe Deposit Box Service
Burglar Alarm Systems & Monitoring
CCTV Camera Surveillance Systems

Alarm system monitoring $16.50 per month! We have excellent camera systems for home and office use. Ask us about our low cost security evaluations for your home or office.

Member of the Safe and Vault Technicians' Association, Society of Professional Locksmiths and the Rocky Mountain Locksmiths' Association.

Serving Boulder, Denver, Louisville, Lafayette, Erie, Superior, Thornton, Brighton, Commerce City, Northglenn, Broomfield, Westminster, Arvada, Lakewood, Wheat Ridge and the surrounding areas in Colorado.

Location

Westminster, CO 80036

Background check

Complete

Years in business

10

Number of employees

1

Times hired on Thumbtack

18

Reviews

15 Reviews
  • Joey T. Aug 26, 2016
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    John was a pleasure to deal with. He was very prompt to respond and accommodate our schedule. I can tell he truly cares about his customers and the service he provides. He stuck it out and was committed to solving our problem!
    John D. Aug 26, 2016

    Thank you, I appreciate the review!

  • Karen K. Jul 23, 2016
    Home Security and Alarm Repair and Modification
    Verified Review
  • Brandon S. Jun 30, 2016
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    I requested a quote Tuesday night and John was able to come out and re-key our house on Wednesday. He showed up on time, was professional, and completed the job quickly for a fair price.
  • Alex T. Dec 8, 2015
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    john was very prompt in responding, extremely reasonably priced and scheduling was simple. he confirmed ahead of time, showed up on time, and completed the task of re-keying the locks in our rental unit. Will definitely use him again.
    John D. Dec 8, 2015

    Thank you very much!

  • Heath W. Oct 21, 2015
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    Super fast response and great pricing.
    John D. Nov 18, 2015

    Glad to help!

  • Sarah S. Oct 15, 2015
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    John D. Nov 18, 2015

    Thank you!

  • Jerry B. Sep 22, 2015
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    John was professional, polite, and obviously knew what he was doing. He seems like an all around good guy. Very pleased we hired him to fix our dead bolt.
    John D. Nov 18, 2015

    Thank you very much!

  • Alyssa G. Sep 12, 2015
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    John D. Nov 18, 2015

    Thank you!

  • Rachael H. Jul 15, 2015
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    John was prompt, thorough, and did an excellent job rekeying our locks.
    John D. Nov 18, 2015

    Glad I could help!

  • Kathy S. Jul 8, 2015
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    He was awesome. Was here right away and fixed the problem. Thank you, Thumbtack! (oh, and John.)
    John D. Nov 18, 2015

    Thank you, I appreciate your taking the time to post the review!

  • Jill B. May 20, 2015
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    John D. May 20, 2015

    Thank you!

  • Pete L. Feb 12, 2015
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    I talked to John on the phone and set up an appointment. He showed up early and didn't want to wait around, so he left to run some errands in town. When I got home and found this out, I called him and he was back here in a matter of minutes. He was able to easily take care of the job that I asked of him. He was very polite. I will call him first next time I need a locksmith.
    John D. Feb 12, 2015

    Thank you I'm very glad to help!

  • Chris C. Aug 21, 2014
    Lock Installation and Repair
    Verified Review
    Great service. John was punctual, professional, easy to work with. Hey re-keyed our whole house.
    John D. Feb 12, 2015

    Thank you so much!

  • Gadha N. May 15, 2013
    John got me back into my truck quickly. He was competent and professional. Added him to my cell phone for next time I need a good locksmith.
    John D. Feb 12, 2015

    Thank you glad I could help!

  • Gary C. May 7, 2011
    John is very good at what he does, always honest, completes work fast and accurately, he is the only one I recommend to my clients and friends.
    John D. Feb 12, 2015

    Thank you I appreciate your review!

Q&A

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Certified Locksmith Graduate of the Colorado Locksmith College. Certified Burglar Alarm installer in Denver, CO. Also, I take classes every year through Intermountain Locks, Clarks Security, and the Rocky Mountain Locksmiths' Association. Other training is done through special classes offered in my industry and the Society of Professional Locksmiths.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
For a locksmith you should definitely verify a state business license first. Lack of a business license implies a fly by night company with no liability insurance, no bond, and likely little skill. Secondly, get a referral from an associate or friend. Many times people go on about the BAD service they had from a service person... but rarely do you hear about how great their experience was when they had one. Keep your ears open for positive experiences with a Locksmith service. Third, find out their rates and get an estimate over the phone. Professionals can give a fairly accurate guess to what a specific problem will cost or at least outline their pricing structure. A scum bag company will be evasive on price and try to bully you into setting an appointment. Often they will say a technician has to look at the job first.... which is never free. Many good companies do offer free estimates in person but this may depend on the type of work you are looking at. Lastly, check for memberships in trade associations and programs like the BBB. These should be taken with a grain of salt as sometimes this info is out of date. However, a good locksmith company wants to project their professional image and will spend money and time to participate in these voluntary programs. Bad Locksmith companies could care less about memberships in the Chamber of Commerce, the BBB, or local and national Locksmith Associations.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
First ask for a price. If the potential service provider immediately balks or is reticent to give you a price structure this is a sign you are about to be scammed. If they are vague or defensive this is also a bad sign. A good company that performs quality services will not be hesitant to give you a quote or estimate over the phone. A range of pricing is normal as they may be unsure what labor is to be performed before they get there. Truly a firm price is best, but not every service is conducive to this unless it is a simple or straight forward service to be performed. Also, check to see the business is registered with the state on the Secretary of State Website for Colorado. Ask if they are insured, bonded, certified, licensed for the services they offer. A professional Locksmith will be very proud to offer you their accreditation's whereas a non-pro will come up with excuses like it is not needed or that it is a waste of time, etc. Other things to think about before a project of course is your budget, and timeline for the project.