Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Corpus Christi, Texas
Sometimes best to let a "pro" do it. If nothing else if something goes wrong, hopefully he'll stand behind his work.
Word of warning:
Check out the shop, and the specific installer. Check with the BBB. There are some shady shops and some shady characters in excellent shops. Some will let you watch if you ask. Some won't (insurance reasons-legit). Ask to see some completed installs. If you don't feel comfy, don't do it. Also, make sure you give them only the keys needed, not all of your keys. I know of cases where copies of home keys were made, they already have your home address....
Some days will stay a thousand years, some pass like the flash of a spark.