YATELEY LOCKSMITHS

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Yateley Locksmiths: Security Specialists
Yateley Locksmiths: For Your Home
Yateley Locksmiths: For Your Workplace

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Locksmiths for your HOME

Locksmiths for your WORKPLACE

Yateley Locksmiths: For Your Workplace



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Welcome to Yateley Locksmiths! We are an independent & affordable mobile locksmith company covering Yateley and the surrounding areas.

Please contact us for free advice or a quote.

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Yateley Locksmiths are a local independent company committed to providing 24 hour mobile locksmith services to Yateley and the surrounding areas. Our locksmiths are experienced in serving all market sectors and providing a high quality personal service to a wide range of customers. All vans are kept fully stocked meaning 90% of jobs are completed immediately - saving our clients the hassle of return visits We provide a genuine 24-hour emergency service and can be with you within the hour! Yateley Locksmiths are the market leading specialists in uPVC door and window mechanisms; our highly skilled engineers are able to repair or replace all makes of door and window mechanisms - even providing replacements for discontinued lines.

Sadly statistics show that one home is burgled every 37 seconds in the UK. Most burglaries are opportunistic and happen very fast. If a burglar can gain quick entry to your property without too much noise then obviously your property is at greater risk. To help you avoid becoming another one of these statistics you can do your best to frustrate and deter any attempted break-in by making sure that your locks all comply to BS 3621, which most insurance companies demand as the minimum security on external doors. uPVC doors should be fitted with the correct size cylinder which should not protrude by more than 4mm and the external handle should have no visible fixing screws.

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