uPVC Lock Repair can help you prevent the damage that can result from a broken lock. However, it’s important to remember that there are some things you need to consider before you get a specialist to perform the repair. If you have been trying to open your door for ages but haven’t succeeded, it may be time to consider getting a new lock. The process is relatively simple and will take about five minutes.
Things to Consider
First, check whether your lock bolts are properly aligned. If they’re out of alignment, it could be because they’re too long or not correctly fitting in the frame. Often, it’s the alignment of the door that causes the lock to extend and become loose. Make sure that you don’t force the door open, as this could lead to the lock becoming useless. Ensure that you’re not overloading your lock, and seek professional help as soon as possible.
If you’ve noticed that your UPVC lock has become ineffective, you need to call a specialist locksmith. Fortunately, many experienced Locksmiths Worcester can repair these types of locks without too much difficulty. Most of these repairs involve swapping out the centre case and fitting a new mechanism. But, sometimes, the little things that make uPVC lock repair so challenging keep locksmiths on their toes. To prevent this, we’ve created some scenarios involving uPVC door lock repairs.
Worcester Locksmith Services Ltd
53 Lion Court
Phone: 01905 701011