If you’ve noticed that your door lock isn’t working as it should, it’s highly recommended that you use a professional and experienced service such as the one we provide to remedy the problem. We offer an extensive door lock repair service throughout Great Bookham, Little Bookham, KT23 . With all of our locksmiths highly trained, we’ve worked on tens of thousands of locks throughout the area and can have your door lock repaired quickly and with minimum fuss. We also offer a door lock replacement service should your lock be broken beyond repair. Available 24 hours a day 7 days a week, we can even be with you within an hour should you require emergency help.
So, should you find yourself locked out of your home or office, be sure to give us a call, we’ll be more than happy to assist with any problem you may have.
In many cases, homeowners and business alike are tempted to use temporary solutions when they realise something is wrong with the lock on their door. In fact, there’s a common misconception that a broken door lock looks as if the lock has been shattered. In most instances, however, you simply will not be able to tell your lock is broken by only looking at it.
The problem with a door lock could be as simple as an issue with the springs. In order to ensure your lock is working as it should be, it’s important to have a professional look at is as soon as you realise something is wrong. Whether your lock is just sticking or you cannot gain access to your premises, our team can assist you and get your day back on schedule by performing a door lock repair or door lock replacement on the spot.
A broken door lock severely impacts your security. It doesn’t matter if it’s your home, a retail outlet or an office: a door lock not performing as it should will make the premises extremely vulnerable. It makes it far more likely that burglars and criminals will look to exploit your security without having anything to stop them. This usually happens in several ways. If your door lock is broken so that you cannot fully close the door, it should be obvious that burglars will have little to no problem accessing the property. Your door lock could also be broken so that it makes it much easier for an intruder to pick the lock or use a different bypass method easily.
Without a lock that functions as it should, your door is essentially nothing more than a placeholder. It’s important to pay attention to your door at all times and recognise when the lock may be broken. If you are at all unsure, it’s always better to be safe than sorry and to give our door lock repair team a call.
Should you be unfortunate enough to suffer a burglary in Great Bookham, Little Bookham, KT23 , then there’s a good chance your door lock may have been broken when the thieves attempted to access your property. Although most locks are secure, there is still a chance that some can be broken when excessive force is applied. In order to gain access to a property, a thief may apply excessive force, and as a result, you’re left with a broken lock. It’s always a good idea to have your locks changed after a burglary, and although nobody wants to go through the situation, should you experience a burglary at your home, we can supply you with a door lock replacement in an efficient and professional manner.
Aside from burglars, simple neglect could be a reason your door lock isn’t performing as it should be. Neglecting your door lock has the potential to compromise the entire integrity of your door. If your door lock is broken but still usable, continuing to use it could be putting your door at risk of further damage. An example of this is when a door lock is broken because the latch is not properly aligned. This doesn’t mean the entire handle has become separated from the lock, and most homeowners will continue to use their door in situations like this, ignoring the signs of a broken lock.
When this happens, however, there is a possibility of damage spreading to other parts of the door. By ignoring the problem, you could be burdening yourself with the cost of changing damaged locks or even replacing an entire door. To ensure this doesn’t happen to you, be sure to use our door lock repair service as soon as you notice any problems.
Not only can a broken door lock do damage to your door, but it can also do damage to your keys. Your keys will have been designed specifically with your lock in mind. The state of the internal mechanisms of your locks can influence the way your key works. If one of the internal parts of your lock is damaged, it could place unnecessary strain on your key, which could lead to your key being damaged. If you want to avoid the possibility of replacing your lock and key, and would rather just have your lock repaired, you should use our professional service as soon as you notice a problem with your lock.
Whatever type of lock or door you have, we offer a professional and reliable service that can either fix or replace your lock quickly. We’re available round the clock, every day of the week, and in the case of an emergency, we can be at your Great Bookham, Little Bookham, KT23 address within less than an hour. We know just how inconvenient a broken door lock can be, that’s why we offer a fully mobile service that’s able to fix your problem on the spot. We don’t charge a call out fee, and our team are all highly trained and experienced, ready to tackle your door lock problem. We’re also fully insured and offer peace of mind by guaranteeing most of our work for a minimum of 12 months. So, to get your door lock performing as it should, be sure to give us a call today.
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