The Flying Locksmith Business Lands In Chattanooga

Monday, January 7, 2019

Clay Crumbliss, Bruce Crumbliss and Stephanie Young are now affiliated with The Flying Locksmiths, opening a locally owned and operated locksmith business. From standard or mechanical locksmithing services (key production and lock repair/replacement) to access control installation, their certified and licensed technicians service 15 counties in the Greater Chattanooga and NW Georgia areas.

“Our clients are not ‘jobs’ but rather, personal relationships we cultivate and invest in to establish accountability and trust along with superior customer service,” says Clay Crumbliss. 
 
"The Flying Locksmiths bring a commitment to quality workmanship and a willingness to “repair” before replacing; a passion for identifying the newest technology; an infrastructure of industry knowledge and experience (over 300 locksmiths are in their internal network); the ability to scale large projects with rapid team assembly; and are available 24/7," officials said.  "Our  partners bring a fresh and different approach to one of the oldest industries of truly skilled labor. Our technicians earn a fair salary, in lieu of commission, to keep the costs down for our customers." 
 
Call 423-815-5599 to schedule service or a comprehensive assessment of your home or business.

"Be on the lookout for 'Buzz the Pilot,' who leads the charge atop our vehicles as we service the needs of our clients," officials said.

 


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