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What Goes Into a Service Call Charge?

for a Professional Locksmith

When customers require a Service Call for a security problem, they want to know they are receiving the best possible work at a fair price. Preparing and equipping a knowledgeable, professional locksmith to meet anticipated problems involves more than just the time on the job or the complexity of work to be done. Some of the expenses that must be met getting the locksmith to your door ready to do the job are listed below:

Vehicle cost, insurance, maintenance and operation.
Locks, keys and spare parts stocked in the vehicle and in the shop.
Hand tools and special equipment, such as key cutting machines and lock installation tools.
Travel time to and from the job.
Special training courses and advertising.
Office employees, office equipment and supplies, utilities, computer software and employee benefits.
Liability insurance, Workmen’s Compensation, state and federal taxes, social security and licenses.
Service technician’s salary.

Providing competent, consistent and timely service to homes, offices and industrial facilities requires a
trained technician, transportation, knowledgeable management and considerable financial investment. Charges made must not only cover the time the locksmith spends on the job, but must take into consideration these additional investments of time and money.

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Jon R. Fuller

Mayflower descendent and lifelong resident of Orleans – Born 1946

Married to Beverly A. Fuller, three step-children and two grandchildren

Graduate of Nauset Regional High School ’64, Bowdoin College ’68, Naval Justice School ’71, Naval Chief Petty Officer Leadership School ‘89

Learned business skills in the U.S. Navy as a comptroller for a unit Morale, Welfare and Recreation division, managing a budget of $200,000, ’69-‘70 and was introduced to locksmithing at the same unit. Postmaster, Master-at-Arms, paralegal and court reporter of Naval Ship during Vietnam deployment , ’71-‘72

Established Jon R. Fuller, Locksmith ’73 in Orleans upon returning from Vietnam deployment and active duty. Today with three employees serving Cape Cod & the Islands

Served in the Naval Reserve for 27 years, 20 with the U. S. Navy Seabees, retiring as a Senior Chief Petty Officer in ‘05

Incorporated the Cape Cod Sports Ambassadors, Inc. as a 501C3 in ’82, providing overseas enrichment for youths. Has served as President for over 25 years.

Head basketball coach for Nauset Regional Middle School ’83-‘08

Elected member of Orleans Board of Selectmen since ’04, serving as chairman three times to date

Life member of the Massachusetts Locksmith Association, #220 and a member of the Associated Locksmiths of America, #6112

Chester Schifone

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Anthony Schifone

Anthony Schifone was born and raised in Hawai’i and graduated from King Kekaulike high school on Maui. He was an apprentice carpenter and belonged to the local carpenters union. He surfed competitively for ten years. He grew up around horses and participated in rodeos. In 2010, he moved to Colorado, eventually settling in Wyoming where he worked on the Hoodoo Ranch for two years. He joined Jon R. Fuller Locksmith in 2016. In addition to learning on the job, he has taken courses with the Massachusetts Locksmith Association.

Beverly Fuller

Beverly grew up in Derry, New Hampshire and graduated from Pinkerton Academy in 1967. After graduation Beverly moved to Boston to attend art school, and then to Cape Cod in 1976. She is a colored pencil artist and member of the Cape Cod Art Association, Cotuit Center for the Arts and the Colored Pencil Society of America.

Beverly volunteered as a Naval Reserve Family Ombudsman for eleven years as a detachment Ombudsman for RNMCB 27, and then Command Ombudsman for both CBMU202 and the Iceland Defense Force Joint Reserve Unit.

Prior to joining the family business, she worked for the Town of Brewster, first in the Health Department and then as the Assistant Town Clerk.

She is a Past President of the Rotary Club of Nauset/Orleans, Past Chairman of the Board of the Orleans Chamber of Commerce and is currently the Vice Chairman of the Orleans Historical Society. She also assists Jon and Chester with the Cape Cod Sports Ambassadors, Inc. youth exchange organization.