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Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN – Alpine Locksmith is a new full-service locksmith company in Aspen. The owner, Wayne S. Payne, has lived and worked in Aspen for nearly 40 years.

Payne’s hardware installation business includes full service mobile locksmithing. Alpine Locksmith currently is having a grand opening sale, offering four free keys for each re-key job order. For more details call (970) 379-9145 or e-mail alpinelocks@gmail.com.

ASPEN – Aspen Total Automotive has moved into its new automotive service center, located at 409K in the Aspen Business Center. The new shop has more space and several environmentally sound design attributes.

The new location includes five service bays, more office space and a large waiting area with WiFi access.

According to business owner John Guenther, this is one of Aspen’s greenest buildings, constructed of aerated autoclave concrete. The shop uses recycled oil for heat, has a 6-kilowatt photovoltaic solar panel to supplement electrical needs and uses solar-generated hot water. The repair shop is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

ASPEN – Wendy Lucas Aspen has relocated its Aspen office to 422 E. Hyman Ave.

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“Our new location provides better exposure for our property listings and easy access for our clients. We have the single best real estate office space in town now,” said the namesake managing broker. “Moreover, our window displays will be fully utilized to market the company’s listings, and we will be consistently staffed with knowledgeable brokers ready to accommodate the needs of buyers and sellers.”

Wendy Lucas Aspen is a boutique real estate company that began in 1991. Its concentration is the high-end single-family, town home and condominium market in Aspen and buyers and sellers interested in the “green” building movement.

For more information about Wendy Lucas Aspen, stop by the new office or call (970) 925-6688.