The Chamber welcomes The Flying Locksmiths of Houston as a new Gold Patron member. Unusual name? Yes, because the business was founded by William McMenimon Sr., who was a pilot and a locksmith! The business has been flying since its founding in 1946. This successful business routinely do commercial locksmith work for high-profile businesses such as JP Morgan Chase, Starbucks, Brookdale Senior Living, Marriot, and others.
Today, Richard Gomelsky runs his business from a Houston office. There are also sister locations serving the Woodlands, Katy, and Sugarland, as well as 70 local offices in most major markets across the U.S.. If you are wondering what this business does, think of them for their ability to offer cutting edge commercial locksmith services that range from simple re-keys and commercial grade mechanical locks, all the way to high security locks, as well as electronic card and bio-metric access control systems. A wide variety of other products and services are also available, such as expert commercial safe repairs, door and hinge repairs, and are easily reviewed by going to www.flyinglocksmiths.com/houston-tx.
Their mission statement, according to Richard is simple: “We provide new age security solutions backed by three generations of family values, with a focus on customer service that is second to none.”
The Richmond Avenue office has five employees and all take pride in their expert workmanship, warranty and offers attractive discounts to fellow Chamber partners. Exhibiting an impressive personal business philosophy, Richard says: “We understand that being able to provide safe and secure homes and commercial facilities is our customer’s top responsibility to their loved ones, employees, and customers.” Backing up his philosophy is the fact that each of their technicians are licensed, insured, and dedicated to giving high-quality customer service. The Chamber welcomes the Flying Locksmiths organization, looks forward to their support, and appreciates their staunch adherence to exemplary business performance.