Zip Locksmith announces the grand opening of their statewide agency in SeattleExpert Locksmith Agency opens official headquarters for all of Washington State.Seattle, WA: Zip Locksmith, an expert locksmith company dedicated to serving most cities in the Washington region, announced the opening of their central headquarters in the city of Seattle. Located in 9525 14th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, it is bound to be the biggest and most complete locksmith agency in the region. After years of expanding their coverage to almost every city and town in Washington, Zip Locksmith is finally opening a centralized agency that will, according to their CEO Modi Holtzman, “Increase our effectiveness and response times all through the Washington state”. The opening of a Seattle based headquarters responds to Zip Locksmith´s plan to offer total and uniform coverage for every community in Washington. “It is actually the final stage of our 5 year plan” commented Holtzman. Last year they finished their expansion stage, and set out to launch a centralized system that would allow them to effectively guarantee their reputed high quality services in every agency. “Seattle was the obvious choice, as communication infrastructure here allows higher efficiency standards” said Holtzman. When asked about the future of Zip Locksmith, their CEO did not comment much saying that 2017 was going to be dedicated to the consolidation of his brand. Staying true to his values and dreams was now more important than ever. About Zip Locksmith: Has been one of the fastest growing locksmith agencies in Washington since its foundation in 2009. At first, Zip Locskmith began opening agencies in small communities that were in need of experts in the security field but relied on agencies located far away to satisfy their security needs. The company´s vision is to provide reliable and affordable local locksmith services to everyone. “I have been fascinated by locks and keys since I was a little boy and I look forward to using my lifelong skills in locksmithing to serve the people of Washington State”.