Replacing and Repairing Locks

Whether you’re installing new locks, or repairing old ones, we can help


Fitting a New Lock

If your lock is broken, you’ve just bought a new place or lost your last set of keys, you may need a new lock. Fitting a new lock is extremely straightforward, and can take less than an hour. All you need to do is follow these simple steps:

  1. Select the lock you want to install. Our lock security page may help you choose the right lock.
  2. Call us to book an appointment.
  3. Sit back and relax while your lock is swiftly replaced.

Fitting a new lock is extremely straightforward – you don’t even need to be at home. We can even collect your keys and fit your new lock while you’re at work.


Repairing a lock

More often than not, if you lock is broken it can be repaired rather than buying a new one, which can be costly, not to mention the hassle you have changing the keys on your key ring! If you’re in doubt, contact us and we will be happy to advise you.

Having said this, if your lock is broken it is often a good chance to upgrade to a more secure lock system, which may result in savings on your home insurance. Find out more on how improving your lock could save you money on your insurance here. You’d be surprised how easy it is to open some locks. See for yourself on our “Is my lock secure?” page.


Not just the lock?

Especially if you’ve been broken into, sometimes it may be more than the lock which needs to be replaced. If your door is kicked in there’s a good chance than more than the lock is damaged. For even the most secure locks to be effective, you need a rigid and sturdy door and door frame to make your home secure. Read our page on what to do if my home is broken into for some good tips and guidance.



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