How to avoid calling an emergency locksmith in Belfast?

Mark Burns  —  December 21, 2020 — Leave a comment

Being locked out is almost never a welcomed experience. It gets even worst if your keys are broke inside the lock and you have no other option but to call a locksmith in Belfast.

There are some things you can do to minimise the possibilities of needing a locksmith and save yourself time , money and unnecessary stress.

1.Have a spare key. It seems simple advice, but it is the most valuable one. Having the right key on the right place at the right time is worth the effort. Think up what is the best solution for your property and go for it.

Pick a safe place for the key, but not an obvious one and make it a habit to change it once you have lifted the spare key from there.

It is not always possible or safe to leave a spare key outside your doors. In that case the better option is to leave a spare key with a trusted friend or a neighbour.

2.Repair your lock on time. Once you have noticed, that something is about to get worst or your keys are not “biting “properly consider calling a locksmith. Repairing or replacing a lock it will remain cheaper than calling an emergency locksmith.

3. Regularly maintain your locks Like most mechanical tools, locks require a simple maintenance.

Sometimes all it takes is a little bit of WD-40(or similar lubricant) to ensure that your lock it’s in optimal condition. The lubricant will prevent your lock from rust and corrosion and it will prevent it from stop working properly fro longer.

4.Invest in a good quality sturdy lock. Your front door lock is one of the most heavily used locks in the house. It is used daily and it is also in many cases exposed to the elements. It is worth getting one, that offers not just high security, but also is made from high quality materials and it will last you for many years to come.

Even if have done everything possible to avoid calling an emergency locksmith in Belfast, sometimes that’s your only option to get into your home, without doing any further damage.

If that’s the case make sure you ask for a price before you send the locksmith your way. Explain to them what exactly has happened and if possible send them photos of your locks.

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Mark Burns


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