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Costa Locks Locksmiths: 24 hours home security

By Tuesday, 07 October 2014 10:14 0

COSTA LOCKS was created in 2000 by Bob Evans to provide a comprehensive locksmith service to clients on the Costa del Sol.

Bob Evans, a Northern Irish man, completed his apprenticeship in his native Belfast and then gained experience in the Middle East before moving to Spain to be near family and start the business.

“We offer a 24 hour service to the whole community living in the Costa. Our services are more than just a key and lock replacement one, but we can offer a business or residential locked-out opening service; lock installation and re-keying; lock repair and upgrade; safe and padlock installation; and much more.

 Security is very important for their customers. That’s why Bob Evans advises clients who acquire a new property or move, to change all the locks and keys: “For peace of mind, a security check can be carried out completely free of charge, where I can advise clients about the pros and cons of a property.

 Last but not least, Costa Locks provides a selection of high-quality security locks suitable for all doors, that not only will look professional and discreet but they will work as a deterrent to burglars as well.

Although they are based in La Cala area, location is not a problem. “We have completed assignments anywhere from Gibraltar to Nerja,” he said. For any of their wide range of services a quote is always available.

For an emergency or a quote, call 667 668 673 or 952 660 233 or e-mail [email protected] www.costalocks.com

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