Use the form below to find a qualified ALOA locksmith. In the Postal Code box you can search by postal code, city, or state. You can also search by keyword below. Click “Narrow Search” for additional search options. For searches outside the United States, please use our International Registry.
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Safety. Security. Peace of Mind. Know before you go. Finding a qualified service provider is easy, with the right keys:
LOOK: Company advertising and identification containing the ALOA logo signals a qualified member.
CALL: Local qualified locksmiths can bring a reliable familiarity with your area matched with strong community ties, while national service providers can offer well-known standards and service practices.
ASK: When contacting a locksmith, if the legal business name and location isn’t stated, ask for it. If there’s hesitation, this could be a cause for concern. Hang up and move on.
VERIFY: Written estimates should be supplied if requested before work begins, along with an itemized invoice upon completion.
CONFIRM: All service vehicles, vans and trucks should be clearly marked with the company name, or, if not, the locksmith personnel should display company identification.
CHECK: The locksmith should display a valid identification and, in some states, a current state locksmith license/registration (where applicable – visit www.aloa.org/legislation for the most up to date list).
SHOW: The qualified locksmith should always ask for your proof of ID and authorization to begin work upon arrival.
REFUSE: If, for any reason, you’re uncomfortable, it is your right to refuse service. (You may be responsible for a trip charge if the locksmith has already arrived.)