If you happen to find yourself in a frustrating lockout situation or cannot find your car keys, do not hesitate to call Secure Locks. We are a local Des Plaines locksmith. We offer emergency lockout services, lock replacement and rekey services, commercial locksmithing services, and automotive car key replacement services. We are confident that we are able to fix any lock issue or create and program a brand new car key for your vehicle.
Finding a locksmith near Des Plaines, IL
With a population of almost 100,000 residents, Des Plaines is the second largest neighborhood in Chicago. Secure Locks values the diversity of Lake View community and we are proud to have a stellar reputation of reliability and trustworthiness.
Car locksmith in Des Plaines, IL
Case of scenario – you are coming home from work to realize that you left the keys inside of your home because of a morning rush. Our professional technician will get there fast and will do his best to unlock your door without damaging your existing locks. We are licensed, insured, bonded, and will do our everything possible to turn a stressful situation into a positive experience with our company.
About Des Plaines
Cook County, 17 miles NW of the Loop. Des Plaines is a suburban transportation hub. Trains, buses, and highways provide a network bringing commuters and visitors from Chicago to Des Plaines and beyond. The Des Plaines River provided the earliest means of transportation. The river was variously known as Le Plein, Aux Plaines, and Oplain until Germans settled in the village and called it Des Plaines. In 1869 the town became Des Plaines by act of the state legislature.
In 1955 Des Plaines became home to the McDonald’s Corporation’s first restaurant. The community welcomed Oakton Community College in 1969. Population reached 57,239 in 1970 and declined to about 53,000 in the following two decades. By 2000 the population had grown to 58,720, with 17 percent Hispanic, 8 percent Asian, and 1 percent African American.
Connections for workers continue to make Des Plaines an attractive community for commuters. Next-door to O’Hare Airport, townspeople have access to numerous daily trains, extensive bus lines, major roads such as Rand Road and Northwest Highway, and toll roads and expressways.