Find a Locksmith near North Las Vegas, NV

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10. Welders 1st Choice
4.9
from 70 reviews
4.9
(70)
4.9 (70)
In High Demand
In High Demand
  • 20 years in business
  • 79 hires on Thumbtack
  • Serves North Las Vegas, NV
"WELDERS 1st CHOICE and TERRY will be my first choice for any welding work I or my friends may need. I had two custom gates made by Artistic Iron Works that took over 3 months to make and 3 visits to my home and after 3 different measurements a letter to the BBB. Visit by the Nevada State Board of Contractor’s Investigator Gary Copenhaver who said this work was acceptable, look at the pictures, what do you think I’m filing a complaint on them. I’m going to court now against Artistic Iron Works. I am now happy with my gates thanks to Terry and his company WELDERS 1st CHOICE. TERRY IS A HONEST MAN OF INTEGRITY AND TAKES PRIDE IN HIS WORK, AND CRAFTSMANSHIP. In 5 hours on site Terry refrabricated my gates in the blistering heat . Terry and his crew of two, cut down 6 inserts for holding glass cleaned up the welds and repainted. Cut new striker holes for deadbolts so I could remove the ugly plate that covered poorly drilled holes. Cut down post on west gate so height matched the wall and welded caps back on. East gate removed fence panel, and post. Removed all iron from house and wall. Repaired hole in stucco and block wall. Removed black silicone from wall cement. Repainted stucco and wall to match house and wall. Cut off 4 hole plates from wall section of fence. Installed appropriate 2 hole plates. Cleaned up welds and repainted and reinstalled level to wall. Cut off hinge side post from fence section, and moved it forward 5 inches. Cut plate and rewelded post level, and resecured plate in new location. Cut off one hole plate, 1” sleeve and 1 1/4 extension, between hinge post and fence. Installed more appropriate 1 1/2 material between hinge post and gate. Welded in screw hole and cleaned up affected area from old post location. Removed screws, silicone, and spacers from old post location. Removed screws and spacers from old location of posts and replaced with more appropriate 1 1/2 piece of material between hinge post and bottom of fence to match bottom rail of fence to strengthen post. Also, for a cleaner look , rehung gate. Cut down striker post , and welded to plate at proper height to match the decorative design of the gate, and concrete. Cut off tab at the bottom of striker post, as it was unnecessary, and added another plate to the top so the post was level. Moved post forward approximately 5” to match gate. Resecured plate flat to the ground. Resecured top tab with screw. Cut new striker hole for lock. Terry also repainted all areas he worked on including my brick stucco wall. He did not use any silicone to fill in bad craftsmanship. He used welds and good measurements and if corrections were needed he did the work over again. I wish I would have found WELDERS 1st CHOICE first would have same me time and frustration. You know when you find a good guy when other Welders know his work and recommend him. THANKS TERRY FOR FIXING MY HORRIBLE CUSTOM GATES. TERRY AND HIS CREW MADE IT RIGHT."

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How much does it cost for a car locksmith?

There are several reasons you may need a car locksmith. You may be locked out of your car (either with the keys inside or with no keys at all), you may have lost your car keys and need a new key, or you may want to make a duplicate car key. The national average locksmith price ranges from $70 to $100. Getting locked out of your car can be scary and overwhelming — especially if it’s cold and dark out. Fortunately, professional locksmiths provide round-the-clock assistance to help people in these circumstances.

Car lockouts are one of the main reasons people need a locksmith. Your locksmith’s price can depend on the type of car you have, the time of day (or night) it is, and where you are located. Locksmith pricing may be based on a flat rate, or pricing may be quoted to you after the locksmith determines the circumstances. For example, a flat rate for a car lockout could be $65 for standard vehicles. That price could be higher for after-hours or long-distance service, or service during extreme weather. If you have entirely lost your car keys, a locksmith can make you a new car key, but first they must verify that you are the owner of the car. Locksmiths can even program new car key fobs for you — often at a lower price than a dealership.

How much does it cost to make a new key for a car?

Locksmiths’ prices for making new car keys can vary depending on the make of your car as well as the time of day and location. The national average locksmith price ranges from $70 to $100, but duplicating a key may cost as little as $30, while extraction a key stuck in the ignition, cutting a new key and programming the fob can cost much more.

You might need a new car key if you have lost your key, the key broke in the ignition, the key is bent or damaged, or you just want a duplicate in case of emergency. You can request a duplicate of a key you have on hand, or you can have a new key made or cut if you have lost your original car keys. If you need to replace lost keys, you’ll need to first provide proof that you are the owner of the car along with the vehicle identification number (VIN). If you’re just locked out of your car but don’t need a key made, a locksmith may charge $65 to get you back in. Locksmith car key services are often far more affordable than dealership prices for new keys.

How does a locksmith open a locked door?

Locksmiths use specialized tools and techniques to open your door in the case of lockouts or lost keys. Trained locksmiths can pick your door lock with lock-picking tools such as a rake, a tension wrench, a half diamond or a hook. They may use a technique called bumping, which will work on pin tumbler locks, or as a last resort they may use a drill to remove your existing lock. The national average locksmith price ranges between $70 and $100. A locksmith can also replace your current lock system, re-key your locks if you have lost your keys, repair a broken lock, install a deadlock and more. Locksmiths not only help with front doors, they can help if you are locked out of your car, locked out of your mailbox, locked out of your shed … you name it. There may be an additional charge for emergency after-hours locksmith services. Check out our tips for smart hiring on Thumbtack.

How much does it cost to have a deadbolt lock installed?

Installing a new deadbolt lock can improve your home security, especially if you think your current lock system has been compromised or there are unaccounted-for copies of your house keys in circulation. A professional locksmith can install a new deadbolt for you in a matter of hours. The national average locksmith price ranges from $70 to $100. Locksmith prices for installing deadbolts may be higher based on whether the professional provides the lock or you have it on hand, how many components the locking system includes, and how long the installation takes. The cost to purchase a lock yourself from a big-box store can range from approximately $70 to $225 or more, depending on quality and materials. Higher-security locks often take longer and therefore cost more to install.

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