Have you ever thought of how much you use your doors over a period of time ,houses, flats, communal doors and shop front doors work every day the wear and tear on moving parts are phenomenal, all this contributes to lock and door failure, and problems when you least expect it.
I go to quite a few jobs where customers say " we have been meaning to sort it out for some time now, or it's been like this for ages"
We have been meaning to upgrade our locks for insurance purposes for some time.
It's all to late when it all goes wrong.
When your locked out or worse someone has entered your home and violated your personal space
Preventative Maintenance is the key to keeping safe
Please don't wait till its to late get them sorted and call your local locksmith to check on your doors windows.
Look for a True Local Locksmith He should give you honest advice, he has invested interest in his reputation and service to Local People. Don't ring a National company who you don't know all they care about is profit and how much they can charge you, one of the best sayings are Local work for Local people. He isn't going to crap on people he will be accountable to.
Your Door Handle droops excessively or feels loose
The locking points shows signs of damage or are worn
Your handles make a clunking sound or a grinding noise when used
You need to use excessive force to lock and use the door
One or more locking points fails to operate when fully closed when you lift the handle
Your door catches the frame at the sides and down on the floor
Lose and badly fitted frames
Keys feel sloppy and lose when used
Hinges worn or loose
These are just some of the things you need to look out for before the inevitable happens when you least expect it.
Give me a call on 07813850008 or my home number 01745 813273 and ask for David.
I will try and work with you at your convenience, working all day not a problem, work can be carried out evenings, weekends, Saturday or Sundays at no extra cost to you, or to inconvenience your customers or staff in a commercial property.