Like us on Facebook and Get 10% off Your Next Service!

About All Pro Locksmithing

My Approach

  

I am a Locksmith. I am NOT a Salesman. When I suggest dead-bolt locks on doors that do not have them or having extended strike plates and door re-enforcer plates installed it is because I believe they help prevent crime. I have never and will never try to upsell just to walk away with a few extra dollars. This has been my life for over 20 years and my character and integrity are worth more than a couple of bucks.

My Story

  

My name is Hank Fuller, CPL and I unknowingly started my locksmith career when I was about 15 years old.  I used to help my father, Bill Fuller, at his shop at 224 North Main Street Horseheads, NY.  Most of the time I would only be allowed to hand him tools or clean the shop.  Once in a while however, he would let me duplicate a key or take a lock off of a door.  Earlier I said I unknowingly started my locksmith career when I was 15 because, at the time, I didn’t think that was what I wanted to do for a living.  Then in 1993, about 15 years later, my fathers health kept him from continuing the business.  At that time three of my brothers and I took over the business and I have been a locksmith ever since.

· I was part-owner of Bill’s Locksmithing from 1993 until 2011.

· I received my Professional Locksmithing diploma from the Locksmithing Institute January 6, 1995.

· I became a member of the Associated Locksmiths of America in 2002.

· I became a Certified Registered Locksmith (CRL) through participation in ALOA’s Proficiency Registration Program in 2002.

· I became a Certified Professional Locksmith (CPL) through participation in ALOA’s Proficiency Registration Program in 2004.

· I am currently employed as a full-time locksmith at Elmira College Elmira, NY and am responsible for the proper maintenance of all doors and locking hardware as well as key systems Campus wide.

Buying Time

I hear customers say, "If they want to get in, they will get in." I won't lie to you this is a true statement. Nothing is water proof, fire proof or burglar proof. There are, however, different degrees of resistants. The average thief is looking for the easy target. They don't want to spend alot of time or effort. Here are some helpful tips to make sure a would be thief goes to the next house.


  • Make sure that your windows and doors are locked.  Sounds simple, but did you know that almost 1/3 of all burglars gain access to a home through an unlocked door or window?
  • Make sure that all exterior doors have dead-bolt locks installed. Remember, burglars are looking for an easy target. Doors with dead-bolt locks are much harder to break into.
  • Have your locks re-keyed. Can you remember everyone you may have given a key to over the years? Contractor, house sitter, pet sitter, neighbor, friend, etc. Are you sure you got them all back?