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Blog Title URL: Liberty Locksmiths Blog
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This blog is articles, videos and infographics relating to the work of a locksmith in Glasgow.
Blog Added: June 15, 2018 01:13:08 PM
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How to Replace A GU Multi Point Lock

In this latest video, we undertook a full multi point lock replacement.  The customers original multi point lock was obsolete so we measured and sourced a suitable replacement. All we had to do was crop the replacement top and bottom and adjust the centre keep and then fill in a 10MM hole. All perfect and… The post How to Replace A GU Multi Point Lock appeared first on Emergency Locksmith Glasgow - Liberty...

In this latest video, we undertook a full multi point lock replacement.  The customers original multi point lock was obsolete so we measured and sourced a suitable replacement.
All we had to do was crop the replacement top and bottom and adjust the centre keep and then fill in a 10MM hole.
All perfect and like new again with a 12 months guarantee.

 

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4 Reasons Why I’m Glad I’m a Locksmith in Glasgow!

As a self-employed local locksmith in Glasgow I can truly say that there are many benefits to my job. Not only do I get to meet loads of nice people as I scoot around from one call to the next, I also get to see all the lovely and not so lovely parts of Glasgow.… The post 4 Reasons Why I’m Glad I’m a Locksmith in Glasgow! appeared first on Emergency Locksmith Glasgow - Liberty...

4 reasons why i love being a locksmith in Glasgow

As a self-employed local locksmith in Glasgow I can truly say that there are many benefits to my job. Not only do I get to meet loads of nice people as I scoot around from one call to the next, I also get to see all the lovely and not so lovely parts of Glasgow. And I could probably tell you a few stories about what I’ve seen. But the main benefits are that I don’t have to worry about the problems that arise for a lot of people.

Here are 4 problems that as a locksmith I don’t have to worry about:

  1. Being locked Out

It may be one of the worst scenarios you find yourself in; standing on the outside of your property, unable to get in.  It’s an easy mistake to make. Running out the door and slamming it behind you to then realise that you have left your keys hanging up inside.  Or perhaps you’ve lost them somewhere as you pulled things out of your pocket or bag. In many people’s minds that is actually worse as there’s the potential for someone to find them and use them if they have an identifying tag on them (like a keyring).

You need inside your property and so you might think about climbing through a tiny open window or smashing a window. But this could be risky and could cause injury or rack up hundreds of pounds worth of damages. The best thing to do is search on Google for a local locksmith who is reputable and knowledgeable. You’ll get a sense of this by reading reviews and actually speaking to them on the phone. The last thing you want is someone un-reputable dealing with your locks.

If I’m called, then my priority is to initially attempt non-destructive entry so that no damage to your property occurs. Other poorly trained locksmiths might cause unnecessary damage as they are not skilled enough.

Thankfully as a locksmith, I don’t have to worry as although I may lock myself out, I definitely know how to get back in.

  1. Broken Keys

After years of use, your trusty keys may begin to weaken or they may get bent. They might then not fit into the lock anymore or they may snap inside of the lock. If this happens, you will require the help of a locksmith to extract the broken part and replace your key. Attempting to extract the broken piece yourself if it is stuck could result in you causing unnecessary damage to the lock.

As a locksmith I make sure that my keys are in tip top condition and I can make new ones thanks to my key cutting apparatus which I keep in my van. If you call me I’ll be able to cut you new keys too.

  1. Moving Home and Replacement Keys

Moving to a new property is usually a positive thing to do but it is recommended that you change the locks in your new property as soon as possible. This is a precaution in case the previous owners had cut extra keys for extended family or even neighbours in the event of them being locked out. For security sake you want to start afresh and know exactly who has a spare set of keys to your home.

I haven’t moved home in a while but I would change all my locks if I did without question.

 

  1. Damaged Locks caused by Burglars

Probably the worst nightmare for a lot of people. Coming back from holiday or a night out to discover that your property had been burgled. A common entry point for burglars is through uPVC doors and windows because they often have weak points. A burglar knows how to get in via a UPVC door as uses a lock snapping technique. This can occur if the Euro cylinder within the lock is of inferior quality.  Then it literally takes only a few seconds for the lock to be snapped and entry gained.

I only fit snap safe quality cylinders in uPVC doors. The maximum star rating is 3 stars which is the recommended insurance level. I also add 2 star door handles, and by doing so bring the whole locking system up to 5 stars –near impossible for a burglar to gain entry via lock snapping.

 

I’m glad I’m a locksmith and I’m able to help lots of people. If you need any help with the problems I’ve discussed be sure to get in touch. I will usually be able to reply to any locksmith emergency within 30 minutes and you can be sure you are getting a reputable and trusted locksmith.

The post 4 Reasons Why I’m Glad I’m a Locksmith in Glasgow! appeared first on Emergency Locksmith Glasgow - Liberty Locksmiths.



How To Open a British Standard Legge/Asec Mortice Deadlock

In this video, Denis the locksmith explains how to open a British standard Legge/Asec Mortice Deadlock without damaging it. The tension tool is inserted into the lock turning the curtain in the lock and the overlifter wire lifts all the 5 levers at the same time.   The post How To Open a British Standard Legge/Asec Mortice Deadlock appeared first on Emergency Locksmith Glasgow - Liberty...

In this video, Denis the locksmith explains how to open a British standard Legge/Asec Mortice Deadlock without damaging it. The tension tool is inserted into the lock turning the curtain in the lock and the overlifter wire lifts all the 5 levers at the same time.

 

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How to Decode a British Standard Mortice Lock with GJ locks Decoder

In this video, Glasgow locksmith Denis explains what mortice lock decoding is. It’s a technique used at Liberty Locksmiths. The tool used in this technique is a GJ locks Era fortress decoder which also decodes Union strongbolt and new style Yale British standard mortice locks. It works by reading the lever heights. There are 5… The post How to Decode a British Standard Mortice Lock with GJ locks Decoder appeared first on Emergency Locksmith Glasgow - Liberty...

In this video, Glasgow locksmith Denis explains what mortice lock decoding is. It’s a technique used at Liberty Locksmiths. The tool used in this technique is a GJ locks Era fortress decoder which also decodes Union strongbolt and new style Yale British standard mortice locks. It works by reading the lever heights. There are 5 levers. When your reader wire is on the lever you use a chart to read the lever height. Once you have the five numbers corresponding to the levers inside the lock you can make a temporary key and open the lock. The aim is to get into a mortice lock without damaging it if someone lost their key. They can also be picked but this way causes less stress in the lock.

 

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Keyed Alike – How One Key Fits All Doors!

The video shows Denis our locksmith using one key Keyed Alike to enter all 5 internal and external doors. The locks are three star insurance approved lock cylinder made by Avocet. This house is very secure and burglars have no chance of lock snapping.   The post Keyed Alike – How One Key Fits All Doors! appeared first on Emergency Locksmith Glasgow - Liberty...

The video shows Denis our locksmith using one key Keyed Alike to enter all 5 internal and external doors. The locks are three star insurance approved lock cylinder made by Avocet. This house is very secure and burglars have no chance of lock snapping.

 

The post Keyed Alike – How One Key Fits All Doors! appeared first on Emergency Locksmith Glasgow - Liberty Locksmiths.



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