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Cape Cod MA Locksmith

Bourne Locksmith
We provide locksmith service in Bourne MA on the Cape. Our Bourne Locksmith services include residential locksmith, commercial locksmith, and automotive and marine locksmith services. We cut keys, rekey locks, and switch out old locks for new locks on homes and businesses. If you need a Bourne Locksmith in Bourne Massachusetts, simply call Cape Cod Locksmith for convenient, professional service.

We are a year round locksmith service available to residents and travelers within the Cape Cod geographic area. We cover the entire Bourne, MA, including Pocasset, Sagamore, Buzzards Bay, Monument Beach, and Sagamore Beach.

Locksmith Bourne MA

Bourne was first settled in 1640 as a part of the town of Sandwich. It was officially incorporated in 1884 as the last town to be incorporated in Barnstable County. It was named for Jonathan Bourne Sr., whose father, Richard Bourne, served in the Massachusetts General Court at the time of settlement, as well as helping to found the settlement in Mashpee.[1] The town lies at the northeast corner of Buzzards Bay, and is the site of Aptucxet Trading Post, the nation's oldest store. It was founded by the Pilgrims in 1627 at a site halfway between the two rivers which divided the Cape from the rest of the state. It was out of this location that the Cape Cod Canal was formed, in order to save time and lives by eliminating the need to sail around the hazardous eastern shores of Cape Cod. Because of the canal, Bourne is now considered the "first" town on the Cape, as all three bridges (the Bourne, Sagamore and the Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge) are located within the town. All of Bourne is on Cape Cod, with Buttermilk bay forming the western edge of the peninsula (cape) and the Bourndale Road forming the northern boundary to the cape. Source |
Locksmith Bourne Services


Your home locks are a vital part of your home's security. We not only rekey existing locks on your doors, we also are able to change them entirely. New lock hardware is a great way to improve your home's security and aesthetics. And if you ever get locked out, our Bourne locksmiths can get you back in quickly and affordably.

Our commercial locksmith services consist of servicing existing locks on businesses and offices, repairing non-function and malfunctioning lock and locking systems, installing new hardware, and emergency servicing of broken lock equipment. Our commercial Bourne Locksmith services are available 24 hours a day.

Automotive and Car Keys
Our car key services are a convenient way to replace broken or missing car keys for your automobile or boat. The mobility of our car locksmith service ensures we can come to you anywhere in Bourne MA or nearby to get your key cut and programmed while you wait. Same day service is a reality with us.

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Cape Cod Locations
We service the following areas of Cape Cod Massachusetts:

Upper Cape
Bourne - Sandwich - Falmouth - Mashpee - Mashpee Neck - East Falmouth - Fallmouth Village - Hatchville - North Fallmouth - Teaticket - Waquoit - West Falmouth - Woods Hole - Davisville - Falmouth Heights - Quissett - New Seabury - Forestdale - Osterville - Pocasset - Monument Beach - Buzzards Bay - Onset - Sagamore - Sippewissett, MA
Mid Cape
Barnstable - Yarmouth - Yarmouth Port - West Yarmouth - Dennis - East Dennis - South Dennis - Dennis Port - Barnstable Village - Centerville - Cotuit - Hyannis - Marstons Mills - Osterville - Barnstable Town - West Barnstable, MA
Lower Cape
Harwich - Brewster - Chatham - Orleans - Eastham - North Eastham - Wellfleet - Truro - Provincetown, MA
The Islands
Martha's Vineyard - Nantucket Island - Cuttyhunk Island

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