Filed under colorado locksmiths, commercial locksmith, locksmiths1 by Quinn
Closing stinks. When I was in college, I used to be a bartender at an Irish pub.
At a bar, closing means staying until the sun comes up. Okay. That is a bit of an exaggeration. (Actually, I knew a guy who had to close but he got locked out, so he actually did stay until sunrise. But we will get to that later.) But I did get home very late.
As a student, it became unmanageable. And the only thing worse than closing is closing and getting locked out in the process. You cannot just simply leave everything running, like the lights and the burners in the kitchen.
So we would have to call our boss instead of a Colorado locksmith. Why my boss insisted upon driving over in the middle of the night and unlocking the doors herself, I’ll never know.
To me, it would have been so much easier to keep a commercial locksmith on call for things like that. And it is not even really “on call”. If you find a good locksmith, they will run 24/7 anyway. It is the way to go for your employees who need to close. Make closing easier!