The New York Times, on Monday, listed the top 50 locksmiths in the city.
The Times’ list was based on a survey of more than 4,000 locksmith experts, according to a Times release.
It is based on the average rating of a licensed locksmith by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
The locksmith is typically a licensed commercial locksmith who uses state-of-the-art equipment.
Here are the top 5 locksmith picks for Manhattan: 1.
William O. Shultz, a licensed New York locksmith.
His most recent job was at a bank in Queens, which he says was a “fantastic experience” but is now “a great little job.”
Eric C. Tilton, licensed lockslinger in New York.
The owner of a locksmith company called C-Rid, Tilton also owns Shultz’s locksmith business, which has been on the market for about two years.
Mark C. Pfeffer, licensed, licensed and licensed.
The New Jersey native started his locksmith career at a local bank, which turned out to be a great experience.
He now owns his own locksmith service.
Joseph C. Wylie, licensed.
He also owns a lockshop in Long Island City.
James L. Shire, licensed licensed licensed.
This is the third time he’s ranked as the top locksmith in Manhattan.
Shires is a licensed, certified locksmith and has been in the locksmith industry since 2009.
He has been at his lockshow business for the past eight years.
Here is the list of the top picks: 1) Eric C, licensed with a license, licensed to sell.
He sells locks at his shop and is known for his expertise.
2) James L., licensed, and licensed, license and licensed licensed to operate.
He’s the owner of an indoor lockshop.
3) John L., and licensed and registered.
He owns his lockshop on Broadway in Queens.
4) Joseph C., licensed and certified.
He is the owner and owner of Shire’s lockshop, which is located in Long Beach.
5) James C., and registered and licensed with an apprenticeship.
He was the owner at the lockshow on Broadway from 2009-2016.