Door Repairs Glasgow
Door Repairs Glasgow
You Don't Need A New Door!
ALS Door Repair Glasgow say that If your door is jammed shut and the lock wont work for one reason or another this doesn't mean that you need a new door.
Our experience has shown us that all doors can be repaired. Be it a new or upgraded mechanism or lock.
ALS Locksmith can open your UPVC or composite door without damaging the door or frame. Repair or replace the relevant parts and get your door working as good if not better than new.
The hard sell from some companies is that the lock or mechanism is out of date or obsolete and that the only way forward is to fit a new door.
Affordable UPVC Door Lock Repair
If the parts are obsolete we can source updated versions or alternatives that will do the same job or offer better security at a fraction of the price of the cost of a new door.
ALS Locksmiths door repair Glasgow can provide new door furniture like handles and letter plates. Upgraded locking cylinders like snap safe, kite marked cylinders or high security insurance approved locks.
If A.L.S. carry out any door lock repair, we'll then show you how to maintain the door, for example alignment. This is important as it will prolong the life span of the mechanism and provide you with many years of trouble free locking. Other companies charge for this service.
We carry out door lock repair and upgrades to composite, UPVC and aluminium doors.
Why you should A.L.S. UPVC Locksmiths and Door Repair Glasgow
Our satisfied customers continue to use us for the following reasons:
- We charge no vat
- We always do a good job
- We won't charge for travel time or fuel costs to your premises
- Our charges are quoted for by the job NOT per hour
- We only ever install top quality, insurance approved locks and fittings
- All of our work and replacement parts are guaranteed for 12 months
For more information give us a call or submit an enquiry through are ALS Locksmith contact form and our locksmith Steve will be in touch. Any inquiry is free of any obligation.
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