New Orleans, LA

Top three locksmiths in New Orleans

Jean-Baptiste Dickens
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NEW ORLEANS, LA — Locksmiths are essential since everyone's house needs a lock and key nowadays. Their ability to make and repair locks and supplied keys is necessary since some locks and keys are digitalized.

In Louisiana, locksmiths must pass the examination provided by the Louisiana Office of State Fire Marshall. They need to pay an initial registration fee of $250, then maintain registration for $50 annually after that.

Additional training and certification are required for locksmiths dealing with fire and safety equipment and alarm systems locks. Here are the top three locksmiths in New Orleans:

1. Pop-A-Lock is a well-established locksmith company chain serving New Orleans and its surroundings. The company introduced an emergency car door unlocking service as a free public service to the New Orleans Metro Area.

It offers a full range of home and business security services while also providing its customers with fast, professional services at competitive rates. The company itself has a lot of specializations, from Electronic Locks programming, hardware, and installation up to car door unlocking. They have also been holding License #F149.

2. H.Rault Lock and Keys is the oldest and a highly experienced locksmith company established in New Orleans and has provided top-notch locksmith services for more than 175 years. It specializes in furniture locks, high-security key systems, and mortise lock repair.

3. The Flying Locksmiths is a certified locksmith company located in New Orleans, LA, with over 70 years of experience. It also extends its reliable services in various areas across Louisiana, such as Kenner, Arabi, Harahan, Terrytown, Chalmette & Meraux Areas.

Its specialties include padlocks, deadbolts, safes repair and change, bank vault opening, security system, exit devices, and intercom. It also comes with License #F2247.

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