Mortise locks tend to come in two main varieties. The first is that of the classic deadlock. This is comprised of a keyhole and a bolt. When the key is turned, the bolt either locks or unlocks into the frame of the door. The sash lock is similar but contains a latch and handles. This means that simply unlocking the bolt is not enough to unlock the door. The latch means that the handles must be turned in order to unlock the door. It may seem that the latch provides higher security, but often it is simply a case of which is the most appropriate for your door. This is something your locksmith Nottingham can help you work out with a few simple questions over the phone, if not in person.
After the walk-through, your Locksmith Nottingham will provide you with a detailed list of all of their recommendations, and can even help to improve your security while they’re there! Our team carry around the necessary tools for any job, so if you want a new lock then and there then we can provide that for you. That’s why a Security Survey by our team is so valuable, and why you should call the team today. http://ultimatehometips.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/recessed-lighting-layout-in-kitchen-300x300-1.jpg
This may sound expensive. However, affordability is always at the heart of all the work we do. Whether it’s for top range security or the standard you require, there is always a cost-effective solution. Furthermore, your local locksmith Nottingham has a firm belief in rewarding loyalty. Many other businesses do it, so why shouldn’t a dedicated locksmith service do the same? For regular landlords or those who have moved property more than once in Nottingham, our friendly locksmiths are more than happy to offer a reasonable discount on production of a valid receipt for previous work. Moving home shouldn’t be expensive than it is and neither should the basic cost of protecting your property. http://ultimatehometips.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/flush-mount-ceiling-fan-1.jpg