Locksmith Woodford

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ITCC Locksmiths
Local Locksmith Woodford
Chingwell Road IG8
Greater London

Emergency Local Locksmith Woodford

Have you lost your key, snapped it in the lock or the lock needs repairing or opening, no matter what time of day you find yourself in these or similar situations we will be able to come to get you back on track. We can also repair or replace electric locks fix your Access Control system and more.
Other Services from our locksmith in IG8 include

  • Fixing UPVC mechanism
  • Undertake a security survey on your home or business. This will identify any vulnerable and poorly secure areas of the building, from this information we will then present you with a list of recommendations to increase the security of your premises.
  • Install an alarm system which will sound a very high pitch siren when tripped.

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  • A CCTV system so you can monitor the activity in and outside of the building.
  • Access Control- allowing you to restrict the movements of your employees enabling you to keep certain areas off limit to certain members of staff and keeping any important documents, stock or cash safe.
  • Intercom system – Allowing you to communicate with the person visible if you wish see the person at the door before allowing anyone in.

Tips from our locksmith Woodford

  1. If you are planning to go away on holiday anywhere we suggest asking a family member or trusted friend or neighbour to collect your mail. As a built up pile of mail can indicate the property is empty and vulnerable to a break in. Alternatively you can also ask Royal mail to keep your mail until your home.
  2. You need to have strong locks and a strong frame to your door to help ensure safety. We can fit London bars to strengthen the frame and 3 star ABS locks to ensure both a strong lock and a lock which won’t be snapped or picked. The majority of locks used on British homes are Yale euro cylinders which are vulnerable to snap attack.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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