How Easy is it to Replace a UPVC Door or Window Lock?

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There are many reasons to change your uPVC door or window locks, some of the most common range from moving into a new house to needing to upgrade the locks. Whatever the reason, many of us ask ourselves if it is easier to do it alone, rather than depending on the expertise of a locksmith. Lock repair in Catford is carried out by experienced locksmiths who have been involved in the industry for many years. If you are having problems with uPVC doors or windows, make sure you get in touch with a company who specialise in multiple manufacturers, including:

  • AGB
  • Avocet
  • Corbin Russwin
  • Fullex Locks
  • Union

Changing a lock on a uPVC door or window isn’t as easy as the internet wants you to believe. You can’t simply watch a 5-minute YouTube video and hope to have no issues changing a uPVC door or window lock.

Putting Your Property at Risk

Attempting to change the locks without the help of a professional puts your home at risk of burglary. If you don’t properly fit the new locks, a burglar will have no problems breaking into your home using the window or door. If the lock is fitted incorrectly, gaining access to your property would be easy for even the dumbest of criminals.

Additional Skills

There isn’t a one size fits all solution when it comes to locks, if you are fitting an upgrade, you may need additional skills to ensure it is securely tightened.