We have been in the locksmithing and safe work industry since 1992, with experience in Michigan, Minnesota, and Hawaii.
We chose the name to reflect our intention of being a blessing to others while staying true to our Christian faith.
We offer a range of residential services, including rekeying, installation of deadbolts and digital locks and opening and repairing fire safes and gun safes.
For commercial clients, we provide rekeying, master keying, panic hardware, door closers, glass door adjustments and repairs, lock repairs, new lock installations, electric strikes/mag locks installation, access control and more.
Yes, we offer automotive services such as key replacements for lost or stolen keys, programming transponder/fob keys, repairing damaged locks, replacing ignitions and door/trunk lock replacements.
Absolutely, we offer specialized services for military clients, including installing/repairing cypher locks and drilling open and repairing safe and vault locks. We are certified in LKM, X-09, X-10 and have GSA technicians and inspectors.
We provide our locksmith services in several cities of Oahu, including
- Ewa Beach
- Ft. Shafter
- Camp Smith
- Pearl City
- Schofield Barracks
Yes, we are a licensed and insured locksmith company, ensuring that we meet all the necessary requirements to provide our services.
Yes, we offer emergency locksmith services 24/7. Whether you’re locked out of your home, car, or business, you can count on us to assist you promptly.
Our response time depends on your location and the nature of the emergency. However, we strive to arrive as quickly as possible to help you with your locksmith needs.
We have experience working with a wide range of locks, including traditional locks, digital locks, electronic locks, keyless entry systems and high-security locks.
Yes, we can replace lost keys even if you don’t have the original key. Our skilled locksmiths can create new keys for your locks based on the lock’s specifications.
The time it takes to rekey a lock can vary depending on the complexity of the lock. Generally, it takes about 15 to 30 minutes per lock.