Curly's Lock & Key Inc.

★★★★★
  • 7301 NE Highway 99 Ste 5

    Vancouver, WA 98665

    Map & Directions
  • 360-694-9994

About Curly's Lock & Key Inc.

Categories
  • Locksmiths
Details
  • Keys
  • Key Making
Hours
M-F 9am-5pm, Sa-Su Closed
Special Offer
Give us a Call
Emails
  • curlys.key@comcast.net
Year Established
  • 1974
Keywords
  • Auto Lock Service.
  • Car Keys Service
  • Keys Made
  • Lockout Service
  • Locksmith Service
Payment Options
  • American Express
  • Cash
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
Services
  • Locksmith Service
  • Keys Made
  • Lockout Service
  • Car Keys Service
  • Auto Lock Service.
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They are the biggest rip-off ever. I called them to open up my house because I locked the keys inside. They told me $49 on phone. When they came out the handed me an invoice for $149. When I asked him why he said because it's a schlage

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★★★★★

They are the biggest rip-off ever. I called them to open up my house because I locked the keys inside. They told me $49 on phone. When they came out the handed me an invoice for $149. When I asked him why he said because it's a schlage

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It's hard to find a good locksmith who won't stick you with a big bill when you are desperate.... Curly's took care of my re-keying and did it at an affordable price.

I was desperately trying to remove some wheel locks (keyed locks) from

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★★★★★

It's hard to find a good locksmith who won't stick you with a big bill when you are desperate.... Curly's took care of my re-keying and did it at an affordable price.

I was desperately trying to remove some wheel locks (keyed locks) from

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Had a lock that broke an internal piece. Curly's found the part from stuff on their bench. Replacing the lock would have happened since this is not a service part.

Wanted a key for a truck I purchased. Thought I needed a coded key because of the wear on the key. Curly's determined this was not necessary. The copied key works great.

Brought them a lockset with no key to be rekeyed. Did this for about $10 which I thought was a bargin.

Friendly people eager to solve your problem at a fair price. I use the 164th store.

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★★★★★

Had a lock that broke an internal piece. Curly's found the part from stuff on their bench. Replacing the lock would have happened since this is not a service part.

Wanted a key for a truck I purchased. Thought I needed a coded key because of the wear on the key. Curly's determined this was not necessary. The copied key works great.

Brought them a lockset with no key to be rekeyed. Did this for about $10 which I thought was a bargin.

Friendly people eager to solve your problem at a fair price. I use the 164th store.

Pros: Fast, friendly, knowledgable, reasonably priced

Cons: None

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Great service. Had keys made and a replacement knob for an outside door. Fast, friendly and professional. Clean, well stocked store. Highly recommended.

5
★★★★★

Great service. Had keys made and a replacement knob for an outside door. Fast, friendly and professional. Clean, well stocked store. Highly recommended.

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I lost both sets of keys to my Kawasaki Ninja. Didn't have the key cut number. I made umpteen phone calls to locksmiths. The quotes ranged from $75-$150+. That was for on site, and at the place of business. I called Curly's, took my bike to them, and they took care of me faster than I could have imagined! AND it cost me less than 1/2 of any other place. I am thrilled. They even unloaded my bike for me so I could ride home. Go Curly's!! You rock.

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I lost both sets of keys to my Kawasaki Ninja. Didn't have the key cut number. I made umpteen phone calls to locksmiths. The quotes ranged from $75-$150+. That was for on site, and at the place of business. I called Curly's, took my bike to them, and they took care of me faster than I could have imagined! AND it cost me less than 1/2 of any other place. I am thrilled. They even unloaded my bike for me so I could ride home. Go Curly's!! You rock.

Pros: Curlys was fast, friendly, exceptionally well priced.

Cons: Can't think of one.

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I purchased a used truck a while ago and I noticed the ignition switch was loose. Eventually part of the ignition switch separated and although it still worked I was afraid over time the key might become damaged without the additional key guard to turn the ignition. I never had trouble with the key jamming, or the ignition sticking. When I was pulling into the parts store I use for car parts I saw the side of the building that had Curly??s advertisement and decided to give it a try.
The initial person I talked to told me it would cost about $50.00 maybe a little more if it needed a key cut to code. That amount was within my budget so I got my truck. The initial person I talked to wasn??t available and the person who was available told me it would be $76.00. Keven told me the additional amount would be to cut a key to code and the labor to remove and install the lock. I asked why it would need a key cut to code when the ignition still worked smoothly with the key I had. My concern was it would require all the locks to be re-keyed. His response was that I had obviously busted the lock because it wasn??t working smoothly. It was clear to him that I wouldn??t be able to understand his explanation, and he couldn??t be bothered to try.
I have several rental houses and I both replace locks and re-key them when tenants move out. I have taken locks apart for the last 20 years in the process of doing repairs and maintenance. Part of the reason I was asking the questions I asked was to determine what was necessary for the lock on hand, and I have also been looking for a service company to do lock work when I am not available.
The price was still within my budget so I had the technician do the work although at this point I had doubts about his ability. After he was done I asked about a security lock the truck had, and his response was he didn??t know anything about it. I asked if it was a dealer item and he didn??t know.
When I got home I parked the truck to unload it, and when I went to move it the ignition wouldn??t turn. The steering wheel moved freely and it was fully in park so I called Curly??s. I was told I would be charged a service fee if the problem was not the lock.
Two technicians showed up; one was Kevin. He removed the ignition switch and got it to work. I asked what he had done and what the problem was his response was it wasn??t the lock ??It must be something inside.? I took that to mean in the column and asked what it could be but he didn??t know. I was charged $43.28 a service call for an ignition that before Curly??s worked on it, worked fine.
Now I can??t trust that at some point I won??t have the same problem again. What I was initially told would be $50.00 has now become $125.51 and it has apparently led to new problems. I have never met a service provider who knew less or was more arrogant. At this point I feel as though I was set up and taken advantage of.

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I purchased a used truck a while ago and I noticed the ignition switch was loose. Eventually part of the ignition switch separated and although it still worked I was afraid over time the key might become damaged without the additional key guard to turn the ignition. I never had trouble with the key jamming, or the ignition sticking. When I was pulling into the parts store I use for car parts I saw the side of the building that had Curly??s advertisement and decided to give it a try.
The initial person I talked to told me it would cost about $50.00 maybe a little more if it needed a key cut to code. That amount was within my budget so I got my truck. The initial person I talked to wasn??t available and the person who was available told me it would be $76.00. Keven told me the additional amount would be to cut a key to code and the labor to remove and install the lock. I asked why it would need a key cut to code when the ignition still worked smoothly with the key I had. My concern was it would require all the locks to be re-keyed. His response was that I had obviously busted the lock because it wasn??t working smoothly. It was clear to him that I wouldn??t be able to understand his explanation, and he couldn??t be bothered to try.
I have several rental houses and I both replace locks and re-key them when tenants move out. I have taken locks apart for the last 20 years in the process of doing repairs and maintenance. Part of the reason I was asking the questions I asked was to determine what was necessary for the lock on hand, and I have also been looking for a service company to do lock work when I am not available.
The price was still within my budget so I had the technician do the work although at this point I had doubts about his ability. After he was done I asked about a security lock the truck had, and his response was he didn??t know anything about it. I asked if it was a dealer item and he didn??t know.
When I got home I parked the truck to unload it, and when I went to move it the ignition wouldn??t turn. The steering wheel moved freely and it was fully in park so I called Curly??s. I was told I would be charged a service fee if the problem was not the lock.
Two technicians showed up; one was Kevin. He removed the ignition switch and got it to work. I asked what he had done and what the problem was his response was it wasn??t the lock ??It must be something inside.? I took that to mean in the column and asked what it could be but he didn??t know. I was charged $43.28 a service call for an ignition that before Curly??s worked on it, worked fine.
Now I can??t trust that at some point I won??t have the same problem again. What I was initially told would be $50.00 has now become $125.51 and it has apparently led to new problems. I have never met a service provider who knew less or was more arrogant. At this point I feel as though I was set up and taken advantage of.

Cons: arrogant, ignorant, poor customer service

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Best place in Vancouver to buy keys. They are a family owned and operated local business. Excellent customer service and price. Highly recommended locksmith!

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★★★★★

Best place in Vancouver to buy keys. They are a family owned and operated local business. Excellent customer service and price. Highly recommended locksmith!

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