Paradise, Nevada Locksmith Services
Looking for a great locksmith in Paradise? We’re a team of experts, dedicated to quality services at affordable prices. Fully licensed and insured, we’re ready for prompt 24 hour emergency lockouts, key extractions, and much more. Whenever and wherever you might need a skilled residential, commercial, or automotive locksmith we’ll be there promptly, right when we say we will. Whether for a scheduled visit or a late-night emergency. Locally owned and operated, we’ll treat you right.
Lost your car keys? Locked them in the trunk or left them in the ignition? Don’t risk damaging your vehicle. Our expert car locksmiths will quickly get you back on the road, damage-free. Wherever you might be in or around Paradise. Even if that means extracting a broken key or repairing (or replacing) an ignition switch. And they can cut a car key replacement on the spot, for pretty much all makes and models. That includes programming the latest in transponder key fobs and remotes.
Our commercial locksmith specialists understand the importance of getting you back in full operation as quickly as possibility, as well as the central role security, can play. And their expertise goes beyond damage-free lockouts, lock changes, and rekeying. Experts at creating or updating master key systems they’re always up to date on the latest in high-security locks. And they’re happy to take care of mailbox changes, file cabinets, and desk drawer lock and key issues for our Paradise clients. 24 hours a day.
Our mobile lock and key services help key you safe and secure. Locked out? You’ll soon be back inside, with no damage to the lock or door in nearly every case. Moving into a new home or otherwise worried about who might have a key? We can change the locks, or more economically, re-key your existing locks so that old keys no longer work. Looking to upgrade to high-security locks with their more rugged construction and special anti-pick and anti-bump features? We can do that too. Plus open home safes and take care of gate and mailbox locks.
Few visitors realize that The Strip isn’t officially in Las Vegas. Most of it is actually in the unincorporated town of Paradise — a town with a population of 231,585 (2017 estimate) that hardly anyone has heard of! In addition to most of the tourist attractions Paradise includes the McCarran International Airport as well as UNLV (the University of Nevada Las Vegas).
Paradise was formed in 1950 when the mayor of Las Vegas wanted to annex The Strip. Casino lobbied the County Commissioner to grant town status to a strip 1 mile wide and 4 miles long. It’s governed by the Clark County Commission with input from the Paradise Town Advisory board.