Locksmith Harlesden NW10

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Welcome to the webpage for ITCC’s local locksmith in NW10.
Our locksmith Harlesden is a valued member of ITCC, an independent, family-run company. He offers twenty-four hour cover for emergencies such as lost or stolen keys, broken locks, or burglaries. It doesn’t matter how big or small the job is:
being the local locksmith NW10 he can offer a fast response time of around thirty minutes. Alternatively, he can arrange a timed visit at the most convenient time for you.
Always choose a locksmith Harlesden who is approved by the UK Locksmith Association, who carries a wide range of the best quality locks and who is DBS checked. Our locksmith Harlesden ticks all these boxes – and more!
You can ask your locksmith Harlesden for advice about all things lock-related. He has a wealth of knowledge to share with you. Have a look at these Three Key Tips for starters
• Most burglaries occur on weekdays between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., when people are out at work. The thieves are usually drug users in their twenties looking for easy-to-pawn items to raise quick cash. They look for homes that appear unoccupied during the day, are dark at night, and look as if they have something worth stealing. Your local locksmith Harlesden suggests that wherever possible, you keep your expensive household items such as computers and televisions out of sight.
• A home that looks empty is far more likely to be targeted by a burglar, so it’s worth making sure your home looks occupied. Do not close your curtains during the daytime; this can suggest your home is empty. Use automatic timer-switches, supplied by your locksmith Harlesden, to turn on a light and perhaps a radio when it goes dark, even if you are just going out for a couple of hours.
• To keep your tools from being stolen, your locksmith Harlesden suggests that you paint the handles. Thieves avoid items that are easy to identify.

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