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27th October 2021
Are your doors thief-resistant?

It is estimated that there is a burglary in the UK every 40 seconds. Burglars tend to be very crafty as it comes to breaking in.Sometimes, however, the burglars don’t even have to be that crafty. Why? Because of our own bad habits such as leaving the door unlocked. But locking your door, sadly, does not necessarily protect you from the possibility of being robbed.

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23rd September 2021
Most common points of entry for home break-ins

A house or a flat in which you accumulate your living achievements is a real treat for a thief. Theft and burglary are crimes that usually cannot be avoided, but can be largely reduced. Have you ever thought about most common points of entry for home break-ins?

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30th August 2021
New property? Find out how to protect it

When you buy a property, you may wonder how many people might have key duplicates which will give them access to your abode. Of course it should never happen, but how can you be sure? In order to have a peace of mind, get in touch with a professional local locksmith who will change your locks and check the security standards in your new home.

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24th January 2017
Intruder alarms

Some people think that an intruder alarm system advertises that you have something worth stealing. This is not the case; alarms are the best deterrent against burglary. Remember, burglars do not want to be seen or heard; time and noise are their enemies. The alarm industry is governed by inspectorate bodies similar to the `Gas […]

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12th June 2014
Locksmith Jargon Buster

Anti-thrust bolt A spring bolt, for a night latch particularly, which cannot be pushed back when it has shot out and fastened a door, although it can be withdrawn by knob or key. This security device is usually achieved by a dog inside the latch case which falls behind the bolt and keeps it shot […]

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31st May 2014
What is a Mortice Lock?

Mortice lock Mortice is a lock that requires a pocket—the mortice—to be cut into the door or piece of furniture into which the lock is to be fitted. In most parts of the world, mortice locks are found on older buildings constructed before the advent of bored cylindrical locks, but they have recently become more […]

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