4th September 2017

Emergency Locksmith

Locked out of your home?

Contact county Homes locksmiths

Contact us now and we will aim to be with you within 20 minutes.

07769 312235

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Local

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Affordable

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Reliable

County Homes Locksmiths - Services

If you are locked out of your home you will want to know that you are dealing with a professional and qualified locksmith, which is why at County Homes Locksmiths we are trusted and vetted life members of the UK Locksmith Association, CRB checked, and ID card holders.

Now supplying Brisant E as our Standard Replacement Euro Cylinder.
The Brisant E is a high-quality Anti-Snap lock.
The cylinder which we use to replace the cheaper more vulnerable locks.

padlocks

Lock Repairs

We will try to repair your damaged lock and in the event that this is not possible we will replace your locks with an affordable alternative.
We can supply and fit the latest security locks from all the leading manufacturers which are designed to withstand lock bumping, lock snapping, and other methods criminals use to gain entry.

What our customers are saying

County Homes Locksmiths provide a friendly, local service.

Sarah Newcombe

Peter fitted a new lock to our back door. He was very friendly and knowledgable and gave us a lot of great advice. He also helped us on New Years Day when we locked ourselves out! He came round within half an hour (when no other locksmiths were working) and got us back in the house within 5 minutes! I would definitely recommend him.

Michael Chilvers

I broke my key off in my front door Yale lock, searched on Trustatrader (first time I’ve used this site) and chose County Homes Locksmiths as a local company with high satisfaction scores. I was not disappointed! Peter arrived within 30 mins, explained the problem and fixed it within anothe 30 minutes. Really reasonable quote (which he stuck to), neat and tidy, as well as being very pleasant and polite. I would not hesitate to recomment County Homes Locksmiths. I would definitely use Peter again.