Hampshire locksmith provides 24 hour window lock and repair service in Southampton, Eastleigh, Portsmouth, Hayling Island, Gosport, Chichester, Emsworth, Petersfield and the surrounding towns in Hampshire.
If you are looking for replacement window locks or want to repair a broken window lock, then we specialise in a wide range of window locks for domestic and commercial properties.
When window locks fail then more often than not, your double glazing company will suggest replacing the window itself.
At Hampshire Locksmith however, we can get the window open and repaired which works out to be a far more cost effective option.
Insurance requires that windows have a key lock so that a burglar cannot simple break a window to gain entry. Therefore it is essential you replace or repair your window locks as soon as possible.
Our 24 hour locksmiths in Hampshire offer a first-class service for the repair or replacement of window locks. We fit all types of window locks for uPVC, wood, aluminium and metal – also known as crittal windows.
All our fitted locks come with a 1 year guarantee for your complete peace of mind.
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We stock a wide range of window locks for various applications such as: casement windows, sliding windows, hopper windows, awning windows, tilt and turn windows and even bi-fold windows.
There are no hidden costs just fixed and affordable prices.
All our locks are fitted to British Standard so you can assured of their quality and security. We offer additional security upgrades for homes and businesses as well as supplying a market-leading range of window locks as standard.
Our trusted locksmiths have you covered, with our 24 hour locksmith and window repair services being offered across Hampshire.
Areas We Cover: Southampton, Eastleigh, Fareham, Whiteley, Gosport, Portsmouth, Hayling Island, Havant, Waterlooville, Petersfield, Winchester, Bishops Waltham, Chichester & Bognor Regis.
At Hampshire Locksmiths we are proud to offer our customers a wide range of affordable window lock and repair services.
This includes a 24-hour emergency rapid response, free no-obligation quotations, window lock fitting and replacements, fixed rates and domestic and commercial services.
A typically lock used on casements uPVC window can incorporate a combination of locking points to secure the window to the frame.
These locking points give the window greater security and resistance to attack. It’s important to be aware which lock you have so you can make a judgement whether you need additional security.
Generally most PVCu window locks are split into Espagnolette bars offering the lowest security to a more secure Espagnolette bar or locks with centre bolts and end shootbolts with greater locking points offering higher security.
The shootbolt locking mechanism consists of a central gearbox, face bar and shootbolt which extends outward from the top and bottom. Shootbolt locking systems can also be specified to include mushroom cams for enhanced security and can also incorporate a roller cam for superior weather sealing.
Tilt and turn windows are different to casement window in that they have locking points around the window to allow it to operate in a unique way. The most common type of tilt and turn handle is Tilt Before Turn which can be locked to prevent the sash moving to the open position.
Latches feature on some shootbolt locking systems and extend from the central gearbox as the handle is turned, engaging the locking points.
Unlike door latches which are sprung, a window latch extends only on the turn of a handle.
Rollers are most commonly used for weathersealing and mushrooms help provide separation resistance of the sash and outer frame.
A keep is fitted to the window frame and is where hooks, rollers, mushrooms and shootbolts lock into. Keeps can be specified in a number of materials such as Zinc and plastix. Keeps are usually chamfered and guide the cams into the final locking position.
A night vent is a facility in which the window can be locked in a partially open position. This provides increased ventilation without compromising security. Night vents are usually provided by a second locking position within the keeps.
Repaired back door locking mechanism and replace handles.
To gain entry through front door and replace mechanism.
New barrel fitted to front door lock.
Unable to lock front door.
Cut and release jammed pad lock.