Nowadays, a lot of people choose UPVC door lock installation for their domestic and business properties because these doors are more secure, durable, and affordable than traditional wooden doors. However, UPVC doors cannot do their job without effective locks. These doors with weak, damaged, or faulty locks can be opened easily by criminals. In addition, if you do not have high-quality locks, you may need to repair or replace them frequently.
UPVC doors contain latches mechanism multipoint locks which have many parts to them including a deadbolt, a latch (live bolt), hook bolts, and may also contain compression bolts. These doors also provide a weather-proof seal.
Our security experts can install a wide range of UPVC door locks, including Multipoint and other locks for UPVC doors. Our technicians are equipped with top-notch tools and products to address your needs efficiently and accurately. In addition, after installing a lock on your UPVC door, you will get a 1-year warranty on products.
We offer the most competitive prices in our service area, with fixed rates and no hidden fees.
You can contact The London Locksmith proficient technicians, who are specially trained to handle UPVC door security issues quickly and accurately. They have years of experience in working with many types of UPVC door lock mechanisms.
It is highly recommended to install effective locks on UPVC doors. However, it is not advisable to use DIY methods, because this job needs special knowledge, experience and proper tools. In order to avoid potential damage to your doors, it is advisable to contact a professional London locksmith for help.
There are two main kinds of locks for UPVC doors:
Split Spindle Locks
Split spindle locks automatically lock when you close the door from the outside
The key turns the latch, not the handle from the outside
From the inside, the handle will open the bolt
Thieves will not be able to gain access because they do not have the key and the lock automatically locks from the outside
Solid Spindle Locks
Solid spindle locks do not lock automatically from the outside
This type of lock is used for most flats due to fire code
Because flats have fire resistant doors, you can run into the flat without the key if the locks are not engaged
You will need to lock this kind of lock from the inside, otherwise a thief can come in without any effort