Shoemaster is a shoe repair and key cutting service located at 70 Market Street in Chorley. They provide a wide variety of shoe repair services to the residents of Chorley and cater to almost every kind of shoe you might have.
They offer standard services such as resoling and reheeling at the most affordable prices while assuring you only get quality craftsmanship. While you wait, you can also avail of other services such as key cutting for your household keys. They recently partnered with Morris Locksmiths to offer all their customers a convenient and comprehensive key cutting and locksmith service without having to look anywhere else.
Shoemaster has been continuously praised by their past and recurring customers, citing their quick, efficient, and affordable services. They currently have an excellent 4.1-star rating on Google and 4.3 stars on Yell.
To find out more about their services, you can call them at 01257-260748 during their office hours from 9:00pm to 5:00pm.
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