4/6 Project Ave, Noosaville QLD 4566, Australia
6 Project Avenue Noosaville QL
(07) 5474 4844
Monday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
About the business
About Coast & Hinterland Mobile Locksmiths
Coast & Hinterland Mobile Locksmiths are a family based business that has been operating over 25 years providing a prompt, reliable and professional service
Ellen Nesbitt said 2 years ago
This place came recommended from Chapman's Auto Repairs in Cooroy - which is already a huge vote of confidence. I came to C&H Locksmiths with a car-key problem and they were incredibly helpful. I was in & out within 15 minutes - they diagnosed the problem and even though it wasn't common they were able to provide a quick and easy solution at a VERY reasonable price. Would highly recommend - great service and knowledge.
Edward Omagbemi said 3 years ago
Great Service. My front door was jammed and it didn't look good. Called them and 30 minutes later there was a friendly locksmith attending the lock. He couldn't figure it out either so he went on Facetime and the entire crew had a look at the lock. In the end they all decided that they have to come back with a tool and grind the bolt through. I was fearing the worst for the door. A wooden door and a grinder don't go well together. The person that came was an artist and did what had to be done swift & precisely. Instead of installing a brand new lock he now just exchanged the part that was broken. All I was charged was $140 for something that could have easily blown out to $300. Very happy with their friendly, professional service. Loved that instead of stuffing around other opinions were called in to come up with the best solution.
Andrew Hibberd said 2 years ago
I get all my lock smithing done here.
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