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El Cheapo Locksmith for all of your Sunnyside Locksmith needs!

Sunnyside 91902 Locksmith Service

El Cheapo 24 Hour Mobile Locksmith is your home/business/lost car key expert providing service 24/7. We are a certified, registered, and insured locksmith serving the Sunnyside area. Our team is committed to performing outstanding service at all times.

As a Sunnyside locksmith specializing in lockouts, re-keys, lost car keys, and drill outs with 25 years of experience, we have the proper technology to do the job right.


Sunnyside is situated in the southern part of San Diego County, east of Chula Vista and north of the Sweetwater Reservoir. It is bordered by the neighborhoods of Rancho del Rey to the west and Bonita Long Canyon to the east.Sunnyside is known for its scenic beauty, with many homes offering views of the surrounding hills, canyons, and valleys. The neighborhood’s location near the Sweetwater Reservoir and the nearby foothills of the San Miguel Mountains adds to its natural charm and appeal.While primarily residential, Sunnyside has some commercial and retail establishments within or nearby the neighborhood, including small businesses, convenience stores, and local eateries. Residents can also access shopping centers and dining options in nearby areas of Bonita and Chula Vista.

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El Cheapo 24 Hour Mobile locksmith!

Pay for what you get – flat rate pricing,
no hidden fees!

We are the only flat rate locksmiths around. While dealing with us, you only pay what we quoted you and there are no games or gimmicks afterwards. You get the fairest price possible thanks to our flat rate pricing!

Listed below are a few red flags to look for prior to hiring a locksmith:

Avoid calling the 15$/19$/29$ Locksmiths who are advertising a low ball rate, since they are typically a bait and switch operation who are out to take you for a ride. In fact, the total price will surely end up much higher than average.

Be wary of companies that answer calls with generic phrases like “locksmith services,” rather than a specific name. If a locksmith cannot or will not provide the business’ legal name, find another locksmith.

When the locksmith arrives, ask for identification, including a locksmith license where applicable.

If the locksmith’s on-site price doesn’t match the phone estimate, don’t allow work to be performed. Fraudulent locksmiths often inflate the final bill and insist the customer pay in cash.

If you’re locked out, be cautious of companies that recommend or insist on drilling or replacing the lock up front. Most experienced locksmiths have the skills and tools to unlock almost any door.