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Haven's For Total Security, Inc is a full-service security and locksmith company located in Fresno, CA. We sell, install and maintain security devices for Commercial and Residential markets. In addition, we have one of the largest showroom floor for keys and safes. Our diverse selection include floor safes, gun safes, under-the-counter safes, and depository safes. Inside our store we provide locksmith services such as key duplication and key replacement. Our mission is to provide professional quality installation and locksmith service to meet the security needs of the greater Central Valley. Haven's For Total Security, Inc can help you with your installation. We strive to be the best locksmith in Fresno, by providing excellent quality service. We can make keys for your locks, re-key your existing locks and is a full-service center. In addition to standard keys, Haven's For Total Security, Inc also clone transponder keys. This is accomplished by cutting the key blade back to its manufacturer specifications, and cloning the electronic portion of the key. For more details, click on the banner located to the right of the screen. Come visit our showroom today at Haven's For Total Security, Inc located on 459 N. Blackstone Ave, Fresno, California. Our store hours are Monday thru Friday from 8:30am to 5:30pm. We do not charge extra for work done during business hours. We provide 24 hours emergency service. For the security that frees you from worry, call Haven's to the Rescue!!!

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Shared on: June 13, 2016 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip: Police Across the Nation Concerned Over Rise in Use of Bump Keys

It used to be that only locksmiths used bump keys -– a modified key that can be used to open many kinds of locks –- but now...

Posted on: June1, 2016 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Protect your windows with one or more good locks, an alarm system, burglar-resistant glass, or many small panes instead of one large area of glass.

Posted on: May 2, 2016 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Before turning over your house key to a professional house cleaner for several hours, make sure the person is honest and reputable as well as hardworking. Check all references thoroughly. If the house cleaner is from a firm, call your local Better Business Bureau to check on the firm's reputation.

Posted on: Jan 4, 2016 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Don't leave notes for service people or family members on the door. These act as a welcome mat for a burglar.

Posted on: Dec 1, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip: Designate Computer Access Levels

Whether your business utilizes one computer or a network of computers, it is always good practice to designate a username for each individual user. After you have designated a username, you should limit the access levels of the profile of each employee. This will guarantee that your employees cannot get access to unauthorized changes. Employee passwords must also have passwords that includes combinations of Capital letters, numbers and special characters. For more secure passwords, change them 30-45 days. If employees are not at their desk, have them lock their computers to avoid unauthorized access.

Posted on: Nov 2, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Your house should appear occupied at all times. Use timers to switch lights and radios on and off when you're not at home.

Posted on: Oct 5, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

If someone comes to your door asking to use the phone to call a mechanic or the police, keep the door locked and make the call yourself.

Posted on: Sep 1, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

A deadbolt lock will prevent a burglar from using "loiding" to unlock your door. Loiding is a method used by burglars to slip a plastic credit card against the latch tongue to depress it to unlock the doors. A spring-latch lock is easy prey for burglars, use a deadbolt lock for better protection.

Posted on: Aug 3, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Your house should appear occupied at all times. Use timers to switch lights and radios on and off when you're not at home.

Posted on: July 3, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Keep entrances to your door well lit. If the entrances to your home are dark, consider installing lighting with an infrared detector. Most thieves don't want to be observed trying to get in a door.

Posted on: Jun 8, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

When it comes to door security a deadlock is very effective against a "Loiding" attack. Loiding is a method of attack by slipping a plastic credit card against the latch toungue to depress it enabling the door to unlock. For Loiding experts a spring-latch lock is an easy target. A deadlock can prevent such an attack.

Posted on: Apr 27, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

SCAM ALERT: Important Please Read
There's currently a couple of scams occuring around town. To better protect yourself, make sure they have an indentifying ID. Look up their license number to see if they are licensed with the BSIS (Bereau of Investigative Services). Click below to verified their license before you have them service your home or vehicle.

Posted on: Apr 20, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc


Unlicensed Locksmiths Charged In Sting Operation

Posted on: Apr 15, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Instead of keeping a spare key in a mailbox, under the doormat, or on a nail behind the garage, wrap the key in foil -- or put it in a 35mm film can -- and bury it where you can easily find it if you need it.

Posted on: Mar 2, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Install deadbolt locks – When installing dead bolt lock on exterior doors make sure it is at least 1 inch thick. Eventhough dead bolt locks are a little more expensive than spring latch locks, its has a greater advantage in both being much stronger and providing significantly more protection. When installing deadbolts, make sure to not leave a lot of space between the door and its frame, as this provides an opportunity for an intruder to pry the door apart. Doors can be reinforced with plywood or a piece of sheet metal.

Posted on: Feb 2, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Keeping good lighting on the exterior of your business is also as important as having adequate lighting. For maintining security at your office space, always leave a light on when you leave for the night so police or security can see into it. For the outside perimeter, always maintain good lighting on doors and in parking lots.

Posted on: Jan 2, 2015 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Lock up your home, even if you go out only for a short time. Many burglars just walk in through an unlocked door or window.

Posted on: Nov 7, 2014 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Security Tip:

Keep your house appearing occupy at all times by using timers to automate switching of lights, radios and even TV's when you're not home.

Shared on: October 4 2014 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Author: True Activist

Here’s How Easily Someone Can Steal Your ATM Pin Code Without You Noticing And How To Prevent This From Happening

Mark Rober demonstrates this new simple way for ‘bad guys’ to steal your ATM pin code without you noticing. Fortunately, the way to prevent this from happening is also very simple. This information is so important to SHARE — help your family and friends protect themselves!

Source: http://www.trueactivist.com/heres-how-easily-someone-can-steal-your-atm-pin-code-without-you-noticing-and-how-to-prevent-this-from-happening/#.VCKoRgW4hjZ.facebook

Shared on: September 4 2014 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Author: Ginger Hill

So, last year, all the rage around 3-D printing was the 3-D printed gun. Now we welcome the 3-D printed skeleton key! Whether made from plastic or metal, this key that can unlock high-security locks in seconds. The trick is to print a “bump” key with a 3-D printer.3-D Printed Skeleton Key Can Open Almost Any Lock in Seconds

The term “bumping” isn’t new and refers to filling a key blank into a set of teeth that rest against each of the pins in a pin and tumbler lock. When this key, the bump key, is tapped with a hammer, those teeth actually bump the pins, causing them to move. The bottom portion stays put, while the top halves of the pins jump just a few millimeters. A skilled lock picker can catch those jumping pins outside the lock’s cylinder and open the lock.

Using this same principle, German engineers Jos Weyers and Christian Holler created software called Photobump in which they say it is possible to bump open a wide range of locks using keys based on photographs of the locks’ keyholes.

According to Weyers, the only tools needed to pick a lock are: software, a picture of the lock’s keyhole and the depth of the keyhole.

Source: http://security-today.com/articles/2014/09/03/3d-printed-skeleton-key-can-open-almost-any-lock-in-seconds.aspx

Shared on: June 11, 2014 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

Honeywell’s WIN-PAK integrated security system software allows integrators to more-easily create a connected business environment to meet a broad spectrum of user needs, ranging from entry level to large, multi-location applications. The three versions of WIN-PAK 4.0 (WIN-PAK XE, SE and PE) accommodate a range of needs, from access control only to a fully integrated security system, depending on a user’s requirements. Honeywell has also expanded its portfolio with two releases that complement the WIN-PAK 4.0 software suite: the new Software Maintenance Upgrade (SMU) program and the PRO3200 access control panel.

Source: http://security-today.com/directory/list/access-control.aspx

Posted on: June 6, 2014 By: Haven's For Total Security, Inc

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Locks & Keys

The first thing to remember about locks and keys is to keep keys out of circulation. The potential for theft by use of unauthorized keys is staggering. Just think of all the people who have used your keys, from housekeepers to childcare providers to valet parking attendants. Then, think of all the places where duplicate keys can be made, from hardware stores to shoe repair shops. Have you ever been asked for identification when having a key duplicated?

  • Haven's carries and highly recommends Medeco High Security locks with specialized keys that require your authorization to make copies and that can only be duplicated by Haven's or a professional locksmith.

  • Change all locks when moving into a new house or apartment.

  • Only give keys to a few trusted people and be wary of giving out keys to your home.

  • Do not leave spare keys in obvious places, such as under flowerpots or welcome mats.

  • Do not have identifying tags on your key ring that provide thieves with personal information such as your name and address.

  • Install a double cylinder lock on doors located near windows to prevent thieves from breaking the window and turning the latch.

  • A special Captive Thumbturn Deadbolt has a removable thumbturn key that provides easy exit for your family in emergencies. When the thumbturn is removed, it also provides additional burglary protection when you are away from home.

Doors & Windows

When protecting your home from break-ins, check the easiest points of entry: doors and windows.

  • Choose solid wood or steel doors. Hollow wood doors can easily be kicked in.
  • Install doors with the hinges on the inside of the door so hinges cannot be easily removed.
  • Do not leave gaps around the door frame that would make doors vulnerable to prying.
  • Use vertical bolts on sliding doors so burglars cannot gain entry by lifting them off the track. Reinforce security by placing a metal or solid wood rod on the inside track.
  • Watch the electric garage door close completely when you come and go so that someone cannot sneak under as it closes.
  • Make sure back doors and the door that connects your garage to your home are solid and secured with high security deadbolt locks.
  • Lock your pet door when you are away. Thieves can convince children to crawl through it and open the door.
  • Make sure your windows can be securely locked.
  • Double-hung windows (the ones that slide up and down) are fairly safe, particularly if they have locks mounted on the sides or in the corners.

Notes on the Neighborhood

Be aware of the physical details, people and happenings in your neighborhood.

  • When moving, call the police and find out the frequency of burglaries in your new neighborhood and how they have occurred, so you know how to protect yourself.

  • Participate in a neighborhood watch program. Post signs to let potential housebreakers know that your neighborhood is aware of their threat and that you are collectively willing to protect yourselves. A united front makes your neighborhood less vulnerable.

  • Do not let strangers into your home, even if they offer free inspections of roof, furnace or air conditioners. If you are not sure about a worker, even after asking for identification, call the company.

  • Tell your neighbors about suspicious strangers, including a description of suspects and their actions.

  • Do not go in the house if you suspect there is a stranger inside. Use the neighbors' phone or your wireless phone to call the police immediately.


When leaving for vacation, take steps to secure your home while you are away.

  • Remove the thumbturn from your Captive Thumbturn Deadbolt so that a thief can't break a window and unlock a door to get in your home.

  • Do not be overly communicative about your vacation schedule or even your day-to-day schedule.

  • Do not tell people you aren't home on the outgoing message of your answering machine.

  • Put timers on indoor lights, televisions and radios; specifically, look for timers with random patterns that suggest movement and activity in the house.

  • Erase the messages on your answering machine often, so it isn't obvious you are out of town.

  • Ask police to check your street often.

  • Secure all locks on doors and windows, including garage and pet doors.

  • Use new, quality, long-lasting light bulbs.

  • Arrange to have your yard maintained, including having your driveway shoveled or lawn mowed.

  • Ask a trusted neighbor or friend to pick up your mail and check the inside and outside of your house every day.

  • Do not close all shades and curtains; it will be too obvious that you are away.

Holiday Home Security Tips

Tis the season for giving--and for taking

Written by: Tom Kraeutler

Preventing holiday break-ins by increasing your home security during the holidays should be part of your plan during a busy and wonderfully hectic season of shopping and gift-giving, decorating and celebrating with friends and family. Unfortunately, it's an equally busy time of year for home burglars.

Nearly 400,000 burglaries occur in the U.S. from November through December each year, according to the FBI. The National Crime Prevention Council recommends that homeowners improve home security to protect their homes from break-ins during the holidays. To ensure that an intruder doesn't dampen your holiday season, follow these recommended home security precautions.

Don't tempt fate: Holidays may be festive with home decorations and visiting friends and family, but don't let all of that activity compromise your home's security. Take a reserved approach when displaying expensive decorations and gifts. Give your fine china and elaborately wrapped presents a low profile, and resist the temptation to show them off to the entire neighborhood. If you can see these valuables from the street, there's a good chance they could end up on a burglar's wish list this year.

No bragging, please: Don't advertise expensive gifts to burglars by leaving empty gift boxes from your new computer, flat-screen TV or DVD player on the curb. Instead, break down the boxes and place them in large garbage bags to conceal the items that Santa has delivered. Better yet, take boxes directly to a recycling center after gifts have been opened.

Keeping up appearances: It's no secret that piles of unchecked holiday mail and newspapers can tip off burglars to an empty house and lead to holiday break-ins, but did you ever think about hiring someone to shovel snow from your driveway while you're away? If you're traveling throughout the holidays, it's a good idea to ask a neighbor to help keep up your home's appearances so it doesn't have that vacant look about it. Even a small favor such as asking your neighbor to occasionally park their car in your driveway can improve your home security.

Durable doors and deadbolts: Ensure that your holiday guests are the only ones welcomed through the front door this season by making the following entryway improvements.

  • Invest in a good-quality deadbolt. Doors with handle locks can be broken into with only a plastic credit card. Deadbolts, on the other hand, offer double the locking security and require hammer force to break in. Equip each of your entry doors with a deadbolt, not just the high-traffic ones. Your home is only as secure as its most vulnerable entry point.
  • Make sure you buy a deadbolt with keyed access on the outside and a thumb-latch on the inside. Locks that require keys to be used from the inside of the home can be dangerous if residents need to make a quick exit in the event of an emergency, like a fire. New styles of deadbolts, like the NightWatch offered by Master Lock, feature a locking mechanism that actually locks out duplicate keys when activated. If a contractor, housekeeper or next-door neighbor has regular access to your house keys, consider installing a NightWatch deadbolt to ensure that they can only access your home when invited.
  • Remember that no matter which lock you choose, it's only as strong as the door in which it's installed. The weakest part of a door is usually the area around the lock, and wooden doors are especially vulnerable to break-ins. Decorative door reinforcement plates are available for about $10, and can make this area more secure. Better yet, consider replacing your front entryway with a fiberglass door, which mimics the look of wood but is far stronger and more energy efficient. Fiberglass doors like those from Therma-Tru also feature multi-point locks that use bank-vault-style pins to prevent the door from being kicked in.
  • By virtue of their less-sophisticated locks and typical location at the rear of a house, a sliding patio door can be the most vulnerable entryway in a home if it's not properly reinforced. Consider equipping you doors with a specially made patio bar (about $25) that keeps the door from sliding back in its tracks even if the lock is broken into.  A patio bar can even secure older patio doors, which are susceptible to being lifted right out of their tracks and off of your house! Newer sliding doors cannot be lifted out of their tracks, and homeowners may consider the quick-fix alternative of snugly fitting a two-by-four piece of wood in the tracks between the back of the door and the wall.
  • Lastly, keep an eye out for unexpected visitors by installing a peephole in your front door. A wide-angle (200-degree) peephole offers a better view of your entire entryway when guests come knocking at your front door.

Window warnings: Nowhere else is your home more fragile or susceptible to a forced holiday break-in than at your windows. How you secure your windows is up to you, but it's important to keep in mind that occupants must be able to open them easily in the event of a fire. Therefore, the security device you choose should not lock you in the building, but only keep burglars out.

  • Various sash locks are common on most windows, but you can reinforce them on wooden windows by drilling a hole from the front to back where the top and bottom windows overlap, and installing a long nail into the hole. Do this on both sides of the window and take care not to drill too closely to the glass, or too far through the rear window.  The nails will stop the windows from sliding open, but you can easily remove them if you need to open the window quickly in an emergency.  Avoid investing in sash locks that require a key to operate. Like a double-keyed deadbolt, it can be difficult, if not impossible, to find these seldom-used keys in an emergency.
  • Home security for the holidaysSecurity bars installed over windows can prevent intruder access even if the window is unlocked or the glass is broken open. These bars are recommended for small, ground-level house windows situated in low-traffic areas that make a convenient and inconspicuous entrance for intruders. However, security bars must be fitted with quick-release mechanisms to allow them to open if someone in the building needs to get out quickly. In 1995, several members of a Florida family were burned alive when they became trapped inside their home because of window security bars. Fire officials later described the home as a burning cage and cautioned area homeowners to use these bars only when necessary and only if they are fitted with quick-release mechanisms.

Show them the light: The most secure house isn't just the one with the strongest locks. You can protect your home for the holidays just by making it a more discouraging target for holiday break-ins. 

  • Illuminate the exterior of your home on all sides to eliminate any safe hiding places for potential intruders. One of the most effective ways to do this is to install motion-detector spotlights, which have built-in sensors that automatically turn the lights on when movement is detected in the area. Nothing is more surprising to a thief than to have spotlights fire up in his face before he gets within 50 feet of the house!
  • Create the illusion of activity inside your home by installing timer switches on lights in main living areas. Use at least one timer per floor, usually in the living room and bedroom. Set the timer to keep the light on from about 9 pm until 1 or 2 in the morning. Not only will illuminated indoor lights imply that occupants are actually inside the home, they will increase the chance that a potential intruder is spotted if they try to break into the home.

Trim trees and bushes: Keep your home landscaping from providing useful cover for intruders attempting holiday break-ins. Tall trees or high brush give burglars dark, shadowy hiding spots to conduct their business without interruption. Keep your front yard's bushes and hedges cut low, especially around windows and entryways where burglars may perch before breaking and entering.

Smart home security systems: Affordable, customized home alarm systems are more widely available and arguably more effective today than they've ever been thanks to increased competition and advancements in technology. Besides home security, newer systems can also protect your home from fire and carbon monoxide, and some even include sensors that trip when the heat goes off to prevent freeze damage that could burst pipes. Most home security systems connect your telephone to the company's central monitoring station. If the alarm goes off, the station can alert police or fire officials of a potential holiday break-in or other issue.


Q: What is Lock Bumping a Cylinder?

A: A special type of key called a "bump key" is used in conjunction with a

hammer or similar object. By inserting the "bump key" into the key way

and tapping the key head with the hammer it is possible to separate the

top and bottom pins. Once the pins separate, the key is rotated and the lock can

then be opened.


Q: How long has this technique been used?

A: As a part of their job function locksmiths and security professionals have known

about and used this technique for many years. Operating within an industry code

of ethics and true security professionals do not share such security knowledge with

the public.




Introducing the Rx2Plus System

Bump Resistant Locks - Haven’s can add the Bump Rx2plus system to most commercial

grade locks. This lock cylinder includes two special bump resistant pins, plus a special

pick resistant pin greatly increasing the security of the lock against bumping. Also

add our restricted X1 cylinder for protection against unwanted key duplication.


Medeco, Multilock and Schlage Primus

Highest Quality Industry Bump Resistant Locks - Haven’s is a authorised Medeco, Multilock, and Schlage Primus

dealer. These locks provide the ultimate protection for your home or business. These locks are virtually pick, drill

and bump proof. Please call or visit us to find out which lock is right for your needs


Edwards Lock and Safe Company is one of the oldest and best known industry names in the Fresno Community. In 2004, Edwards was acquired by Haven Young and is now part of Haven's For Total Security, Inc.

 Haven was just 27 years of age when he opened one-man key kiosk in front of a K-Mart store on Chestnut Avenue in Fresno. That was 1976. Today, Haven Young is a successful businessman, with 30 years experience and numerous business acquisitions and mergers under his belt. Now known as Haven’s For Total Security, Inc, the company provides total security solutions for home and business – from repairing locks and moving safes to installing sophisticated electronic access controls.

In 1982 Young had outgrown the one-man kiosk at K-Mart, so he bought Ceronsky’s Locksmith and opened a shop at Blackstone and Bullard avenues in Fresno, giving him two locations. After several years, business growth moved him into a new building at Blackstone and Barstow avenues where Young spent the next twelve years. During this time, Young found himself operating another business – a vocational school. Young had trouble finding good employees; he was hiring six people at a time in hopes of keeping one on his team. When he realized he was already in the training business, he decided he should be paid for it and he opened the on-site vocational school. After five years, the requirements for running the school proved too onerous, so Young closed the school and focused all of his energies into growing his business.

G. Haven Young
Owner/ CEO

In 2000, Young expanded into the electronic security business,installing hardware for commercial businesses. In 2004, Young purchased Edwards Lock and Safe Company in a transaction that more than doubled his volume. Today, Haven’s For Total Security, Inc operates from a one-acre site at Blackstone and Belmont in Fresno. Haven's has the only major locksmith showroom in the valley, and he operates nine service vehicles to bring complete locksmith service to your door with 24/7 emergency service. The company provides services throughout the Central San Joaquin Valley.



Being a local shop/ store in the Fresno means we are a local business that you can come to. You can come in to our store and know where we are any time you need information or answers. We are easily reachable. We support local business in the valley, its econommy and communties that you live in.



With the internet many business or companies feel they can coordinate and work from their home office and not having to have a physical store. But what happens when you need to find them or have questions that need answering. Will they still be there? Will they have their contact information where you can easily reach them, or are they gonna put you through hoops just to get a hold of them. When it comes to security, put your trust in a business that has a physical store. A store that is visible and you can trust.



Haven's For Total Security, Inc has been in business for over 50 years and going. We have a proven business model and concept for helping homes and business to be safe and secure. We install and service your alarms. Why go with a fly-by-night company when you can do business and support your local valley business.


Do you know who is coming to service your home? Make sure the person coming to your home is from the company you've contacted. With our Security Trust System you will know exactly which Service Tech is coming and how far they are from your home. When providing quality service, we ensure you that Trust and Security is our top priority.


Thank You for the Positive Reviews & Support

Date: Friday 6th, April 2018
Ratings: 5/5 Stars

Haven's For Total Security is the best! Keith is our go to guy from Haven's and he really knows his stuff. His PATIENCE is absolutely amazing. Anytime we need him at our facility he has no problem staying extra time to take care of what we need. Keith is a licensed contractor so we know that the work he's doing is professional and well done. Thank you Keith for all your hard work and helping keep Jack and Jill's Educational Center safe and secure. We highly recommend him for our service needs and we highly recommend him to you!

Date: Saturday 26th, July 2014
Ratings: 4/5 Stars

They make key copies takes 3-4 min, quite fast . Not too expensive 2.78 for one key. The service was not the friendliest but they were good.

Date: Monday 30th, June 2014
Ratings: 5/5 Stars

5 stars all the way. I called multiple "24/7" companies and they all told me they couldn't come out or didn't service my area. I don't understand how a fresno based company doesn't serve fresno lol. Haven's came out in 15 minutes and had my lock fixed in 5 minutes. Thank you guys and thanks Jacob(tech)

Date: Monday 19th, May 2014
Ratings: 5/5 Stars

I was using my phone to find the nearest locksmith to make key copies. This was the first time hearing about Haven's. I was greeted the moment I walked in by a staff member named Susan...I showed her the keys, and she let me know that it was not a problem. Keys were made quickly and painlessly. When she returned to the front desk I asked if Haven's carried any key holders and she immediately said they carried two sizes, reached for them, and displayed them to me so that I could choose which one. Excellent customer service! Very professional! I found my new locksmith company! Will definitely consider using them more often!

Date: Friday 4th, April 2014
Ratings: 5/5 Stars

Thank you for sending your tech out to work on our 2 safes.  The young man was very friendly and very efficient.  He also had me open the safes myself (I'm really bad with combinations).  I was able to open them with no problem.

He deserves a raise or at least a free lunch!

Thanks again,


Date: Friday 20th, September 2013

Thank you so much!! Jose figured out my lock code and cut me a key save me 200 dollars :)

Date: Monday 11th, February 2013

Popped in to have some new keys cut for my camper shell. Had to leave them as it was going to take some time to match the keys to my particular cylinders. My fault for not expecting that. Got a call about an hour later that they were ready. Nice people behind the counter. Fair prices. Just know that they can't always fix stuff while you wait. Locksmithing is a technical thang. ;)
Highly recommend! AAA+++

Date: Tuesday 15th, January 2013
Ratings: 5/5 Stars

This is definitely the go-to company to use after hours if you have a key/lock emergency. We needed a travel trailer re-keyed the evening that we were heading out of town and Havens was the only service around to get the job done.  It ended up being after hours and the service was timely and the technician (Jacob) pleasant.

We ended up getting 3 different keys made for seperate locks and 3 extra pairs of duplicates made for $150.  Seems fair for an 8pm job.

Date: Saturday 29th, December 2012

We needed a locksmith at 1030pm.......on a Saturday. Long story short, havens was at the house within 20 minutes and had the door open in five. Thank you so much. Don't hesitate to call!!!!!

Date: Wednesday 15th, February 2012
Ratings: 4/5 Stars

I come in to Haven's all the time for work, because we buy several items from them.  The staff is always friendly and courteous, and they are always happy to help with any situation that should arise that would be out of the ordinary for our account.  They carry a good selection of products ranging from simple padlocks, to fancy computer controlled locks for doors.  From doing business with them through my employer, I have even bought items for personal use from them because of the positive experiences I have had.

They also have mobile service that will come to you and rekey locks, among a variety of other services they offer.  I haven't had as much experience with that aspect, but when someone has been sent to my place of work, they are always timely and do a good job with whatever the project may be.

Date: Tuesday 23rd, November 2010

These guys are great. The Tech quickly took over my alarm panel saving me over $18 a month compared to ADT. I like the local guys! Thanks Haven's team!

Date: Not Available

Our lock was not working and we couldn't open our door. The guy from this locksmith company dashes over in 30 minutes and with a bit of time and effort, did a door repair, with a new lock and a better one (high security as opposed to a deadbolt). He was professional, courteous, and the fee was very reasonably priced, especially considering it was an emergency service call. We were really pleased and would definitely use him again in the future

Date: Not Available

The customer service this locksmith had was amazing, I wish it was like that everywhere. they really showed that they cared and were willing to help me and give me the best service. Super friendly and patient with me, walked through the whole process with me and communicated with me what was going to be done and the pricing, before anything was even started. It was great! Nice people and company to work with if your looking for a locksmith!

Date: Not Available

I just need my house rekey and called this guys. They gave me a fair price for the job and even fixed one of the door for free, it was fast and easy. I will save the number for sure.

Date: Not Available

The key locksmith services of these people are some of the best I have used. The technician was very friendly and professional. The key locksmith service was affordable and I would definitely recommend the key locksmith services of these people. You can call them

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