San Diego - Coronado
San Diego - Coronado
Locksmith Serving San Diego Coronado
Everyone needs a locksmith at one time or another whether it is to change the locks on their home or to get their car unlocked because the keys are locked inside. For San Diego and Coronado residents, our Locksmith team can help and be there for you in a matter of minutes for any type of locksmith emergency. Our company has built a reputation for fast and reliable service at a competitive price. We work around the clock to serve all our clients with emergency locksmith services, guaranteeing a 15-minute response time. Our San Diego and Coronado locksmith services are also available by appointment for the installation or repair of intercom systems, access control systems, security cameras, alarm systems, safes and vaults, video surveillance systems and more!
We aim to offer our clients prices that are 10-20% below our competitor’s prices. After contacting our professional locksmiths, we can be at your location in minutes, prepared for any type of locksmith emergency.
Call (619) 892-7269 to speak with one of our locksmiths today to receive an instant quote and help in minutes!
History of Coronado
Modern-day Coronado began in 1885 with the purchase of a one-time Spanish rancho that spanned Coronado, North Island and the Silver Strand. A small partnership led by Elisha Babcock and Hampton Story purchased all this for a mere $110,000. Their vision was to establish “the grandest hotel on the Pacific coast” set within a master-planned community featuring wide avenues, parklands, handsome public buildings, and attractive beachside residences.
Coronado and the Hotel del Coronado would grow together, side by side, for decades — each equally benefiting the other. The beloved “Hotel Del” would become the coast’s largest and grandest hotel while Coronado would develop an uncommon level of charm in the midst of a near-perfect climate.
Coronado’s history flourished in multiple dimensions. Early in the 1900s, Coronado’s weather and remote location placed it at the forefront of aviation breakthroughs.
In 1911, famed aviator Glenn Curtiss leased North Island for three years (rent free!) as a place to experiment with his newly developed seaplane. After flying the world’s first seaplane, he convinced the U.S. Navy to establish its first aircraft squadron, making Naval Air Station North Island the “Birthplace of Naval Aviation.”
As a world-famous resort getaway, Coronado has been the destination of presidents and kings, Hollywood stars, and visitors from every corner of the world. It has been an inspiration for L. Frank Baum’s classic “The Wizard of Oz.” But at its core, it is still an easy-going small town with tremendous cultural and historic roots — an enchanting blend that makes Coronado both unique and endlessly attractive.