Locksmiths in Buckeye, AZ – Available 24/7 Day and Night

Getting locked out. Forgetting your keys. These are things that can drive a person insane.

If you don’t know what to do, then a locksmith is your best option. Phoenix Lockmaster has friendly and experienced locksmiths proudly serving the Buckeye, AZ area. Available 24/7 day and night, we can get your home, car, or office unlocked so you can get back to your planned schedule. We’ll also provide upfront pricing before proceeding with the job so you’re aware of the cost and we’re happy to explain the costs with you.

Call us now at (602) 635-7370 and we’ll be there as soon as possible.

Why Have Phoenix Lockmaster Be Your Locksmith?

  • 24/7 Availability with No Late Fees – Whether you’re locked out at 4pm or 4am, doesn’t matter. We’ll be there and won’t charge you extra for being locked out in the early morning hours.
  • Upfront Pricing – Providing a price estimate and explanation before proceeding with the job.
  • Fast Call Time – We promise to be at your location in Apache Junction as fast as possible. We know your time is precious and we do not take that lightly. You can stay in constant communication with our locksmith as they head your way.
  • An Honest Business – We pride ourselves on having good reviews from customers whom we’ve assisted. Feel free to search our name and see what people have to say about us!
  • Phoenix Lockmaster is proud to be a member of the Better Business Bureau.
  • Also specialize in home security alarm system and camera installation.

Golf it Up in Buckeye, AZ

So now that you’re lock is open, you’re probably still a bit tense. We don’t blame you. That’s why, if you’re a golfer, we recommend going to a driving range or a course and play a few holes of golf. Buckeye is the home to some of Arizona’s most beautiful courses in the state! We personally enjoy the courses of the Raven Golf Club and Cooper Canyon Golf Club. Now that your locksmith opened your lock, head over to the green and play a few holes, have fun! And don’t forget your keys!


Photo taken by David Hilgart