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Locks


When it comes to security we are the ones to ask, as the locksmith profession has been around since the Egyptian times with locks enhancing year upon year.

When you need new locks or just an upgrade in security for your home, office, garage, shed etc. Nationwide Locksmiths have engineers all over the country ready to assist you.

We install various locks from small lock accessories for extra security to complete British Standard locks for insurance and security purposes and these are guaranteed for at least 12 months. Our highly skilled and qualified engineers have many solutions to assist you with any enquiry and with our fast response times (usually 38 mins response time on average*) we are by far the best!


This type of lock is a secure Euro-cylinder lock commonly found in uPVC, aluminium, and composite doors.

Usually the handle has to be lifted to lock the door. Standard Euro-cylinder locks can easily be snapped due to an inherent weakness, but this risk is removed in the anti-snap lock.

Combination locks come in a variety of styles from the rotating wheels that require the correct numbers to align, to digital locks where the code is entered from an electronic keypad.

These are frequently used in commercial properties, but also on safes and garden sheds. Our engineers can replace, and reset the code for this lock type within a few days.

We can rapidly fit the standard Euro-cylinder lock in your home.

The majority of uPVC, aluminium, and composite doors have this style lock. However, we strongly recommend that you upgrade to an anti-snap lock for improved security. This is a Euro-cylinder lock that has its inherent weakness removed so that intruders cannot easily gain access through snapping it at its weak point.