If you’ve been locked out, need your locks replaced to meet insurance requirements or have sadly been burgled, Grays Locksmith Ltd can help you. We understand that you need your locks fitting quickly and professionally, and our dedicated emergency call out team is here to help you.
Grays Locksmiths Ltd has been providing a high quality lock fitting service since 1987. We offer professional lock installation, replacements and lock repairs for all types of properties and clients. We fit locks for all types of doors, windows and shutters for commercial and domestic properties.
Our experienced and trusted team respond to emergency call outs at any time of day and fit locks to the highest standard. Our engineers will ensure that your new lock is secure, helping to give you peace of mind.
We Install the Following Locks:
- Mortise Locks
- Cylinder Locks
- Rim Style Locks
- UPVC Locks
- Vehicle Locks
- Window Locks
- Safe Locks
- Furniture Locks
Lock Fitting Against Theft
Ensuring that your property is safe and secure is very important and will put your mind at ease.
We can replace and upgrade your locks to make sure that your property is highly secure. In the event of a burglary our emergency team respond quickly and can replace the locks on your windows and doors. We will fit strong insurance standard locks (BS3621) to reduce the risk of a burglary in the future.
Fitting Locks on Windows and Doors
Grays locksmiths ltd can help to improve the security of your windows and doors by replacing the locks to a higher standard. Our expert engineers can replace the locks on your UPVC windows and doors and perform door handle replacement.
What is BS3621?
The British Standard BS3621 relates to locking products, which meet a certain resistance to attack. BS3621 locks will have undergone a series of tests and will display a kite mark. Most UK insurers will stipulate that all external doors should have a lock, which conforms to this standard.
Why not get in touch and give us a call now to find out how we can help to change your locks?