We can change or repair any lock on any type of door, whether it’s wooden, metal or UPVC. This includes but isn’t limited to your shed or garage locks.
If you feel you need your locks upgrading, check with your insurance company, most companies require installation of locks that meet the British Standard 3621. We can supply and fit replacement or additional locks whether requested by your insurance company, recommended by the police or just for added security for your peace of mind.
Having many years of experience in dealing with every type of door and lock, we can advise you on the type of repair or replacement required. For instances where there’s a need for additional security, we have a number of solutions to suit any budget.
The most overlooked situation for replacing locks is when you move house. It’s a frightening thought when you consider how many people could have keys to your new home. This can leave you with questions like ‘Who have the previous owners given copies to?’ and ‘Did they change the locks when they first moved in?’ Of course we hope this won’t pose an issue, but why run the risk? The Police always recommend that you have your locks changed when you move into your new home. It’s also important to be aware that if insurance companies believe a key was used to access your home when burgled; your claim may be jeopardized.
Protecting your home from unwelcome intruders can be as easy as replacing existing locks or adding some simple yet effective upgrades. Deadlocks on doors and window locks are all quite inexpensive and greatly reduce the likelihood of you falling victim to burglary. Most burglaries are opportunistic which is why having effective security measures in place is important to deter criminals. It’s important that you don’t skimp on cheap hardware store locks, good quality professionally fitted locks usually remain cost effective whilst providing far greater security: ensuring your home is safe and sound.