Spokane, WA (PRWEB) February 25, 2014
Having quickly developed a solid reputation as a budget locksmith in Spokane, Northwest Locksmith has selected the city for a new pilot program. The company made a sizeable investment in additional training and updated equipment for its Spokane locksmith Car Services team in early 2014. Pending the program’s success in Spokane, Northwest Locksmith will make similar investments in its Seattle, Portland and Boise operations later this year.
"As foreign and domestic auto manufacturers continue to advance vehicle security, it’s important that we continue to make investments in our capabilities as a company, to keep up," said Yair Frenkel, owner of Northwest Locksmith. "It’s not enough just to be an affordable locksmith in Spokane. Our commitment to staying on top of technology is part of what has made us a leading automotive locksmith in Spokane, and we intend to stay in that position for a very long time. This pilot program merely amplifies that commitment."
The adoption of new technology provides a competitive advantage, but Frenkel stresses that it doesn’t replace professional courtesy and a genuine commitment to customers.
"We feel strongly that, by reinvesting in our business, we’re also reinvesting in the city of Spokane and the residents that have been so instrumental to our success here," continued Frenkel. "We owe it to them to ensure that our automotive locksmith technicians will always have the tools and training needed to get them out of any jam. We don’t mind being known as an affordable locksmith in Spokane but we want people to know we’ll never skimp on the quality of service we provide."
Frenkel says it’s never too early for such an investment, but winter is a particularly opportune time.
"The incredibly cold weather we’ve experienced recently has been good for business but unfortunate for those stranded and in need of a Spokane locksmith for car troubles," continued Frenkel. "Stuck or broken keys are frequent inconveniences this time of year, but lockouts can be downright dangerous in extreme weather. Combined with our already speedy response times, our cutting edge equipment and training allow us to get customers back on the go faster than ever before."
Frenkel offers these cold weather tips to avoid breaking keys and needing an automotive locksmith in Spokane:
1) Locate spare keys before you need them and store them in a memorable place. This is good advice, even in warmer weather.
2) Warm your car key up in your hand before inserting it into the ignition. Keys are made of metal and get brittle as they get colder. Turn the ignition gently, to avoid snapping and breaking the key.
3) Depending on the vehicle, keys can sometimes be removed by inserting a screw into the space between a broken key and the ignition cylinder, twisting the screw until it grabs and then yanking it out, taking care not to damage the vehicle.
4) When in doubt, call a locksmith to rekey Spokane vehicles or remove stuck or broken keys.
For an emergency residential, commercial or automotive locksmith in Spokane, residents should call 509-315-3480. General information about Northwest Locksmith and its Spokane locksmith offerings is available at http://www.locksmithnorthwest.com/locksmith-spokane-wa/.
About Northwest Locksmith:
Founded in Boise, ID, in 2012, Northwest Locksmith provides comprehensive and affordable 24-hour locksmith services for all automotive, residential and commercial needs. Technicians are equipped with industry-leading training, cutting-edge equipment and extensive professional experience with all modern security systems. Northwest Locksmith is committed to providing a premium customer service experience on every call and offers 15-minute emergency response times.