On Monday, May 12, 2014, Dave Seese (the owner of the Pittsburgh Pop-A-Lock) came to my home to look over the job I had in mind. He was very knowledgeable and went over all the different options that were available to me. I mainly wanted to be able to get into the house without having to fumble with a key all the time. But I also wanted the house to be secure. I had purchased two locks that I had initially wanted him to install, but he directed me to a YouTube video showing how to break into a house that had these particular locks installed. Eye opening, to say the least! After my numerous questions, which he very thoroughly and patiently answered, he said that he would send me an email estimate. By Wednesday, May 14, I had the estimate. It was expensive, but he was giving me, if not top-of-the-line, the second runner-up in lock security. I gave a "B" on cost because, well, is anyone ever happy with what things cost? I'm a little embarrassed to admit that one of the locks is probably worth more than the door it is on, but that is another home improvement project for another time! I called Dave that night, and he scheduled the job for Saturday, May 17. Right on time, they arrived to do the job. Actually, Brian called first to let me know they were on their way. They got right on the job, and I guess the job took about 4 hours. The front door had to be drilled for a new installation of the dead bolt, but the other 4 installs went perfectly. Dave rekeyed all the locks to accept the same key, and Brian spent probably another half-hour (at least) showing me how to program each keypad on each lock. I have left Dave with the task of researching what types of lock I can have installed on my fence gates to secure the property better, but allow access by the lawn mower man. I guess I am just trying to make the property more "smart". Dave did tell me that some locks can be opened using your Smart Phone! Imagine that! I love technology, and I am really pleased with Pop-A-Lock. I highly recommend them.