1 Cheapside, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 2DY
0151 255 0476

Residential Locksmiths

Our Experienced team can offer you advice on securing your home and we stock a wide selection of security hardware that can be supplied and fitted by our fully qualified locksmiths.

Our shop is based in Liverpool but this doesn’t stop us from travelling to you. Our team live all over Liverpool and the Wirral which make it easier for us to get you when needed.

We have secured 1000’s of homes all over Merseyside with most of our callouts coming from Liverpool City Centre, all over Birkenhead, Hoylake and West Kirby.

Not sure if you’ve noticed us on the streets, but we have our very own Dial A Lock van’s which makes journeys through the tunnels easier. We aim to respond to calls within the hour and will always keep in contact with you if we hit traffic.

We keep vehicles fully stocked with everything we think is needed to repair or upgrade any lock, which means we can fix repairs on the first visit. Keeping disruptions to your normal daily life to a minimal.

Dial-A-Lock’s Recommendations for Residential homes.

1.) We recommend that when moving into a new home that you should always replace the locks whether you’re renting or buying. Past residents may have keys so this is the quickest way to secure your home.

2.) When looking at locks, make sure that all exterior locks are to British Standard (BS3621) and that all windows are fitted with key locking window locks. This is usually covered by home insurance, but just double check.

Dial-A-Locks Tips for securing your home.

1.) Whenever you’re in your home, get used to keeping the door locked. This will not only keep you safe but will keep you in a routine of locking your door so you’re less likely to rush out when you’re running late to work and forget to lock the door.

2.) Install CCTV which watches your front door and garden. If you do want a quick fix, you can always buy a dummy camera which can put off any unwanted visitors.

3.) Make sure when shutting windows that the handles are pulled down and they’re locked with the key put out of sight. Out of sight, out of mind.