Evander launches emergency locksmith call-out tool online

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Evander, the UK leading locksmith and glazing specialist is the first to market an online tool to help homeowners and businesses to call-out an engineer through a postcode locating system.

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With our one-hour rapid response online service, we aim to try and eliminate unnecessary stress and get the problem resolved quickly

A UK leading locksmith, emergency boarding up and glazing specialist has expanded its offering with the launch of its online call-out service.

Evander is the first to market the online tool in the glazing and locksmith sector, which helps homeowners and businesses to call-out an engineer through a postcode locating system.

In four easy steps, the customer can enter their details, know the cost and receive a response at their door within an hour by one of Evander’s 320 trained locksmiths, to gain entry or return the property back to a secure state.

Mark Taylor, marketing director at Evander, said: “How we order and pay for services has change dramatically over the past few years, with more and more brands and products shifting towards the online culture.

“We have developed our online tool by listening to our customers’ needs, to provide a quick and hassle-free service, which no-one else in the market is offering.

“Finding emergency locksmiths can be a difficult task when you are locked out or need new locks fitted urgently. With our one-hour rapid response online service, we aim to try and eliminate unnecessary stress and get the problem resolved quickly.”

For more information please visit http://www.evander.com

*Company info: Established in 1984, Evander works with the UK's top 20 insurance providers to guarantee a smooth and rapid service 24-hour service, 365 days a year. All of their 320 engineers are CRB checked and directly employed by the company.

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Olivia Clifford-Beeston
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