Locksmith Castle Hill, Ipswich IP1

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Address: Defoe Rd, Ipswich IP1 6SF     

Working in the vicinity of The Mowing Co    

 

Working hard on customer satisfaction, strive to consistently deliver high quality!

Castle Hill is a suburb in Ipswich, located in the Ipswich district of Suffolk, England. It is partly within the Castle Hill ward. The Castle Hill United Reformed Church was built in 1956. The remains of a Roman villa were found under housing in Tranmere Grove and Chesterfield Drive and were excavated in 1931 and 1949. The excavation yielded coins and a mosaic floor, which is now displayed at the Ipswich Museum. The site was featured on the archaeological television program “Time Team” in 2004 and provided additional evidence to complement the findings of archaeologist Basil Brown in the 1949 excavation. Despite its name, there was never a castle at Castle Hill, but a farm by the name of Castlehill Farm existed prior to the housing development.

IP Locksmith Castle Hill has a proven track record of providing high-quality services that consistently meet our customers’ expectations.   We continually invest in staff training and development to ensure that we are always up-to-date with the latest industry standards and best practices.

 

We operate a genuine 24/7 on-call service with attention to detail and fast response. We know that our customers potentially will need a locksmith at all hours of the night and day for that  reason we use local reliable locksmiths.  We strive to make sure that everyone is satisfied with our highly qualified team whether you require an emergency or a scheduled appointment, we aim to provide the best service possible and aim to get to you within 25-30 minutes.

 

We operate a no ‘call-out’ fee policy and aim to get to you within 30 minutes.  We operate and are available 24 hours a day via our hotline. Our work is guaranteed with a 12-month manufacturer’s warranty on all parts and our guarantee on all workmanship.

 

Our vans carry an extensive range of popular locks brands such as Mul-T-Lock and Yale cylinders to mention but a few. All hardware manufactured by these brands is available at affordable prices!  Our locksmith services are available for both residential and commercial. Our staff is knowledgeable, dependable, and professional. All of our work is fully guaranteed and we take pride in our performances.

Our vans are loaded with enough spares and new locks to able to perform most repairs in and out of normal working hours. We can replace locks with minimum fuss and at the lowest cost possible

Anti-snap locks are a type of lock that are designed to prevent lock snapping, which is a method of breaking into a lock by applying force to the cylinder until it snaps. Anti-snap locks have a special mechanism that prevents the cylinder from breaking when force is applied, making them more secure than traditional locks. These locks are commonly used on doors that are considered to be at a higher risk of break-ins, such as front and back doors.

 

A deadbolt lock is a type of lock that is typically used to provide an additional layer of security on doors. It is called a “deadbolt” because the bolt is not spring-loaded, and must be manually turned in order to lock or unlock the door.

A deadbolt lock typically consists of two main components: the lock body, which is installed into the door, and the thumb turn, which is on the inside of the door. The lock body and thumb turn are connected by a metal rod, called the “bolt”, which extends and retracts when the thumb turn is turned. When the bolt is extended, it enters into a strike plate on the door frame, making it difficult to force open the door from the outside.

Deadbolt locks come in different types, like single-cylinder and double-cylinder. A single cylinder deadbolt has a key on one side and thumb turn on the other. While a double cylinder deadbolt has a key on both sides, making it more secure but also less convenient to use.

Deadbolt locks are considered to be more secure than traditional spring-bolt locks, and are often used on front and back doors, as well as other entry points that need to be kept secure.

 

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