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ITCC Locksmiths in Hoxton
At one time or another we’ve all locked ourselves out. What do you do in a situation like this?
Or perhaps you’ve been a victim of a burglary?
Whatever the situation, ITCC’s locksmith Hoxton is ready at the drop of a hat to sort out your lock emergency. He’s the person to turn to, as he is local, experienced and reliable.
More and more customers are choosing ITCC as their locksmith in N1. That’s because we work round the clock to provide a fast and efficient service to local residents. We’re on call day and night; by phoning 02083029005 you’ll get straight through (no call centres!) to one of the team. Mike and his team come straight to your door with a comprehensive supply of locks, so that your lock issue can be solved straight away. So whatever your security requirements are, phone the ITCC locksmiths in Hoxton.
Why Call ITCC Locksmiths in Hoxton
Our continuing success is due to our rapid response to the customer’s needs, both quickly and effectively. As a professional company, we aim to keep improving our services.
We are local Hoxton locksmiths with experience in all aspects of locksmith work. As well as 24 hour emergency work we carry out lock repairs and a lock replacement service to a variety of doors and door materials including uPVC, composite and aluminium doors.
Locksmith Security Advice
Ultimately, it’s up to us to make our property as secure as we can. ITCC’s locksmith N1 can tell you about simple and affordable ways that will protect your home and give you peace of mind. Here’s just one tip to get you started.
- If you have a faulty burglar alarm that frequently goes off, get it fixed immediately and tell your neighbours that it’s been repaired. Many people ignore an alarm that goes off periodically. Of course, your locksmith Hoxton can help you keep your alarm in good repair so give ITCC a call today if it’s time for a service.
- Woodern doors and UPVC door are the most common types of door in the UK. these door do have a number of security vulnerabilities, many of these can be easily overcome by simple double locking your door.
With UPVC doors this involves pulling the handle up and locking the door with the key, this prevents criminals from using a hook to open the door from within as well as popping the door open.
With wooden doors this involves locking your deadlock or Mortice lock and not relying on your latch. By locking your deadlock this dramatically increases the force resistance of the door and frame while also stopping criminals from using a thin card to slide open the latch.