Locksmiths in WF17, Batley | Find Local Locksmiths | MyBuilder.com (2022)

  • Help Locks

    74 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2015

    Help Locks are a family run, corgi registered locksmith service. All of our locksmiths are fully qualified, insured, DBS checked & corgi vetted. We negotiate our costs with our suppliers & partners so that we can keep our prices low. We are proud to offer the best read more

    Latest Locksmiths feedback review:

    Lock removal with no key and new lock supplied

    great communication, came immediately, nice guy! Definitely recommend!

    By adam69738on 21st May, 2022

  • 27 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2016

    I have been a full time locksmith for 12 years now,with a further 10 years prior to this working for a joinery company.I am based in West Yorkshire.I only fit quality locks such as Union,Chubb and Yale.I am happy to advise you on the general security of your building and read more

    Latest Locksmiths feedback review:

    Replace lock

    Would Recommend this Guy without hesitation arrived quickly explained every thing very reasonably priced. This guy was polite professional cleaned up after the Job was finished.Hire this guy you won't be dissatisfied Gail Leeds

    By irishlass1936on 3rd Mar, 2022

  • Fast Response Locksmiths

    14 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2018

    I am a 24hr emergency locksmith with over 12 years experience. The type of work I normally undertake is emergency work, this includes lockouts, burglaries, broken locks and lock systems. I can also be pre booked to work at the convenience of the customer where ever possible. read more

    Latest Locksmiths feedback review:

    PVC door handle stopped working

    Fantastic job. Good price. Friendly and informative. Explained everything in clear detail. Would recommend to friends and family. Thank you.

    By tina92371on 23rd Apr, 2020

  • locksenter

    13 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2019

    locksmith , 9 years experience , CRB checked fully certified and insuredI run and own a small fabrication workshop welding most items and make gates , railings and security grills read more

    Latest Locksmiths feedback review:

    Replace front door lock

    Showed up on time and fixed my issue, would recommend

    By ypatel5447on 5th Dec, 2020

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  • 82 Feedback reviews, 99% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2017

    We specialise in window and door repairs and installation of new windows and doors. ( new windows and doors we can supply and fit within three to five days).Over 25 years experience in the double glazing industry We carry out all repairs from changing double glazed read more

    Latest Windows & Doors (uPVC & Metal) feedback review:

    Window fixing/replacement

    Broke on the Friday my window, derelict called straight away showed photos of the window and what was wrong, got a quote straight away. Booked Derek for the next morning, let me know when on way and was early which is good. Fixed the window...

    By darrenwon 26th Oct, 2021

  • Gorillalocksmiths

    46 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2020

    I am a 24 hr locksmith and boarding up company that services all of Yorkshire and parts of the Humber from burglary repairs to a simple lock upgrade I am an independent locksmith so try to keep the costs down and give the customers best value for money i do all types of read more

    Latest Locksmiths feedback review:

    Replace handle on UPVC door

    Excellent service, locked out of house as door wouldn't open. A Sunday and Mother's Day and Brendan was able to sort it out within a couple of hours. Much appreciated!

    By mrs25133_34on 2nd Apr, 2022

  • LPH

    286 Feedback reviews, 99% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2018

    A multi skilled professional with a wealth of knowledge and experience in all trades , joinery, plumbing,tiling,decorating to mention a few , 35 years experience on the tools working to a high standard.Precise,qualified and confident to undertake a wide variety of read more

    Latest Handyman feedback review:

    Fix curtain pole to wall

    Great service, reasonable price, quick response, friendly, and good quality work fixing a curtain pole that had come out of the wall. I'd be happy to hire Lee again and to recommend him to others!

    By kate_k_96on 5th Jan, 2022

  • 80 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2010

    My name is Gareth, im a fully qualified locksmith and joiner\handyman. I've been doing this job for over 20+ years. I thoroughly enjoy my job and take pride in all of my work. read more

    Latest Carpentry feedback review:

    Bi fold door

    Gareth arrived as arranged and was able to do the job immediately in a friendly and efficient manner . Will recommend him .

    By eric55900on 19th Feb, 2020

  • Securalock

    3 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2018

    Qualified Locksmith with City & Guilds and NCFE. Corgi Fenestration registered. Experience in gaining entry, lock changes and UPVC repair. read more

    Latest Locksmiths feedback review:

    Locksmith required to fit Lock

    Hicam on time and did work to a good quality left site clean no issues.Thanks

    By zabiron 7th Jul, 2018

  • Johnston Joinery

    53 Feedback reviews, 96% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2015

    I am a 30 year old Joiner with 16 years of professional joinery experience. Great knowledge and passion for the trade. Fully qualified NVQ Level 3 in Carpentry and Joinery and currently finishng a HNC in construction. New build site and commercial experience as well as read more

    Latest Carpentry feedback review:

    2 internal doors planed and hung in a house in Barnsley

    Robs workmanship was fantastic, he was able to squeeze our work in close to Christmas and was clean and tidy throughout. Would definitely use him again for more joinery work.

    By james83201on 12th Dec, 2021

  • Eternal Maintenance

    32 Feedback reviews, 97% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2020

    We are a maintenance company that supply handymen for both commercial and residential buildings that can do a whole range of jobs in a range of different trades. All our handymen have a lot of experience and have come from different trades so we always have someone who has read more

    Latest Handyman feedback review:

    Fitting window blinds to an office

    Very good quality, excellent service and communication

    By surginnoon 15th Jun, 2022

  • Sherlocks Locksmiths

    7 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2017

    I am a fully qualified locksmith, insurance approved, DBS/CRB checked. All my work is guaranteed, and only quality materials are used, you can be sure your security and peace of mind is my priority.I provide a 24hour response, I cover Yorkshire and Lancashire I'm mobile read more

    Latest Locksmiths feedback review:

    Replace/repair garage lock

    A really efficient, friendly and high-quality service.

    By fcleedson 19th Jun, 2022

  • Falconite Ltd

    5 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2019

    Glazing and Joinery specialists. Fitting windows & doors in upvc, wood and aluminium. Internal Joinery work, garden rooms, pergolas and lock upgrades. read more

    Latest Joinery & Cabinet Making feedback review:

    Bespoke (floating) pine shelves.

    Extremely happy with the shelves and the service. Scott was brilliant. Lovely to come across a tradesman who listens and takes care to get things right. We will definitely use him again and will recommend to others. Thank you, Scott.

    By rachel85996on 30th May, 2020

  • Briggs Family Locksmith’s

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    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2022

    Are you locked out or in?Has your key broken or stopped working?Do you want your lock repaired, replaced or installed?If so get in touch with Briggs Family Locksmith’s a company you can trust with your security needs. read more

  • Worsnop Joinery

    2 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2020

    I’m new to my builder as I have just set up self employed. I have been working for a large construction company for over 10+ years. My work varies from all aspects of woodwork and repairing / renewing upvc doors and windows. I also provide a 24h call out service for read more

    Latest Windows & Doors (uPVC & Metal) feedback review:

    Repair of misaligned openable double glazed window.

    James was instantly able to diagnose the problem over the phone and offer a competitive price, and he was able to get to us in just 2 days. Double glazed window now working correctly and not letting in a draught.Thanks James

    By perry88880on 5th Jan, 2022

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    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2016

    My name is Paul. I grew up around tradesmen and have worked in this field all my life. I started this business back in 2003. I pride myself on offering quality products and quality workmanship at competitive prices. All quotes are free and i offer a free security check on read more

  • Premier Joinery Services

    49 Feedback reviews, 100% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2014

    I am a fully qualified level 3 City & Guilds joiner (wood occupations) and have over 15 years site experience in all types of domestic refurbishment projects working self employed (part time) for the past 18 years. I offer a cost effective, reliable, high quality joinery and read more

    Latest Carpentry feedback review:

    Planing doors

    Peter has just finished planing 10 doors in my house and I couldn't be happier with the result! He contacted me quickly, was flexible to my needs and extremely reasonably priced.He arrived bang on time and took his time to explain to us...

    By kimbell_86on 6th Apr, 2017

  • Mark Blackburn

    111 Feedback reviews, 99% positive

    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2017

    Family run business in joinery and building maintenance we have 37years of experience we currently do work all over the country for blue chip clients we hold various certificates including ipaf and city and guilds we work in the commercial and private sectors we also do read more

    Latest Carpentry feedback review:

    Fix broken door & fit Shelves

    10/10 - customer service and quality work!

    By inndiyahcl2000on 24th May, 2022

  • Top1 locksmith

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    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2021

    I am a certified highly-skilled, independent, local locksmith. Top1Locksmith emergency locksmith service, as well as lock change, lock fitting, replacements, and repairs by appointment. I put my customers first and I have a huge range of high-quality locks and security read more

  • Jpm joinery property maintenance

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    Locksmith working in WF17, Batley

    Trade Member since 2021

    Joinery Maintenance work fromFirst and second fix flooring fitting joist +tongue grooved floorboards or chipboard caberfix / norbord boardsInternal doors and frames Architrave / skirting boardsKitchen fitting Inc flat pactsBoxing to pipes read more

  • FAQs

    How much do locksmiths charge per hour UK? ›

    The cost of a locksmith's hourly labour rate you can expect to pay from around £65 per hour. Some locksmiths may charge a lower price for subsequent hours after the first hour on-site. For example, the first hour on site may be £65, then 2nd hour will be £30.

    How long do locksmiths take to arrive? ›

    How Long Does It Take a Locksmith to Come Out? On average, it shouldn't take longer than 30 minutes for a locksmith to reach your location, particularly if you contacted someone in your immediate area.

    How long does an emergency locksmith take? ›

    How Quickly Should an Emergency Locksmith Reach You in London? You should be able to get an emergency locksmith very quickly. A lot of companies guarantee that they will get to specific locations within an hour of you placing a call. Quite often you can have someone there is 20 or 30 minutes.

    Why you should hire a locksmith? ›

    4 Important Reasons Why You Need Commercial Locksmith Services For Your Business
    • Install New Locks. As time passes by, the locks of your business tend to wear and you may need to replace them with new ones. ...
    • Provide Additional and Replacement Keys. ...
    • Help in Re-keying. ...
    • Provide a Master Key.
    Jun 23, 2021

    How much does a local locksmith cost? ›

    Expect to pay $85 to $250 to hire a locksmith. The minimum call-out charge is $30 to $85, while the minimum trip fees range from $50 to $100 and can go up to $150 if you live in a rural area.
    Estimating Locksmith Costs.
    Hourly rate$50 – $100
    Emergency rate$150 – $250
    Trip fees$50 – $100

    What is the average call out fee for a locksmith? ›

    London Prices for an Emergency Locksmith ( Out Of Hours 8PM to 6AM ) The cost of emergency locksmith in London per hour will be from £95 per hour rising to approximately £120 per hour after midnight, it's important factor in weekends, bank holidays/xmas & new year as the price may increase.

    Can locksmith open door without key? ›

    If you are locked out of your home, flat or office a locksmith can pick the lock open securely without damaging the lock, common lockout problems a locksmith can help with are: Locked out with no key.

    How do you open a locked door without a key from outside? ›

    How to unlock a door without a key? Locksmith Monkey
    1. Use a bobby pin. The bobby pin lock pick is one of the most common tricks used to unlock doors. ...
    2. Use a screwdriver. The way you use a screwdriver to open a door without using a key is quite easy. ...
    3. Use a knife. ...
    4. Lock picking. ...
    5. Use a credit card. ...
    6. Use a Bump key. ...
    7. Remove the hinges.
    Jan 3, 2022

    Who to call to unlock a door? ›

    Call a Locksmith

    A locksmith can unlock your door in a matter of minutes, and they can do it without causing any unnecessary damage to your door.

    Why do locksmiths charge so much? ›

    Locksmiths are expensive because they have the technical training and expertise to do jobs that most other people can't do. They're also available 24/7 which means they can charge extra if it's outside of normal business hours.

    How does emergency locksmith work? ›

    Auto locksmiths

    An emergency locksmith can provide a wide range of services for vehicle owners, including creating spare or duplicate keys, gaining access when keys have been lost or locked inside and reprogramming or repairing remote keys and transponder keys.

    What happens when you call a locksmith? ›

    What should you expect when calling a locksmith and what does the process entail? The first step is submitting a service request. Next, the company's dispatch department will work with the local team to find a technician available to help you. The technician will contact you with an estimated time of arrival.

    How much does it cost to replace a door lock? ›

    You'll pay from $40 to $300 to buy a new door lock, depending on design, materials, and whether it's a simple key-in-knob lock or a high-end lock-and-handle combo with smart technology features. Professional locksmith installation can add another $80 to $200, depending on the complexity of the lock.

    How do you get a key made for a lock without a key? ›

    If it's a lost key a locksmith can make you a key without the original, as locksmiths can make keys to lock by hand. By using a blank and a file and the skills, they've developed over the years a locksmith can create a key from scratch without the need for an original key.

    How much does it cost to reprogram a car key? ›

    While it's hard to give a universal estimate, the general cost is between $50 and $250 for reprogramming. Here's a look at some factors that can determine price: Fob Type: Smart keys with a transponder (RFID), keyless ignition, or other extra features tend to be more expensive to reprogram.

    Do locksmiths have to change locks? ›

    Whether you need to have your locks replaced or rekeyed, it is always best to have it done by a professional locksmith. A professional locksmith is responsible for providing a plethora of services, all that contribute to a property's safety and security.

    How much do auto locksmiths charge UK? ›

    £65 per hour before 6pm. £75 per hour after 6pm.

    How do I choose a locksmith UK? ›

    To help you choose the correct locksmith for you we recommend the following steps:
    1. Look for 3rd party approval. One way we'd suggest when looking to hire a locksmith is for 3rd party approval and any accreditations. ...
    2. Go Local instead of National Call Centres. ...
    3. Recommendations & Word Of Mouth. ...
    4. Get 3 Quotes.

    How does a locksmith open a locked door? ›

    Trained locksmiths can pick your door lock with lock-picking tools such as a rake, a tension wrench, a half diamond or a hook. They may use a technique called bumping, which will work on pin tumbler locks, or as a last resort they may use a drill to remove your existing lock.

    How do you unlock a locked door? ›

    How to Open a Locked Door - YouTube

    How do you open a locked door with a credit card? ›


    How do you unlock a door without a key in 5 seconds? ›

    10 Ways To Open A Door Without A Key - YouTube

    How do you unlock a door without a key or bobby pin? ›

    how to unlock a door without a key with a bobby pin - YouTube

    How do you unlock a door with a screwdriver? ›

    Insert your screwdriver into the hole and push forward. If your doorknob is using a push-button type privacy lock, then you should hear a loud click and the door will open. If the door doesn't unlock from pushing then you are likely dealing with a turn-style lock.

    Do bump keys work? ›

    When executed correctly, lock bumping is effective in nearly 90 percent of all cylinder-type locks produced today. Perhaps one of the most disconcerting aspects of lock bumping is that it can often go undetected, which means that your home can be broken into without any signs of forced entry.

    How do you pick a lock without tools? ›

    How to pick open a lock with paper clip - life hack - YouTube

    Do locksmiths rip you off? ›

    Professional locksmiths, perhaps unsurprisingly, don't think so. But even the professionals admit that the service is ripe for ripoff artists.

    Will a locksmith open a safe? ›

    Locksmiths can open safes when the safe combination has stopped working, the combination has been lost, the safe dial / keypad has failed, or linkage in the door has broken. Locksmiths will use replacement parts, dial manipulation, or drill points in order to gain access to a safe.

    Can a locksmith install a deadbolt? ›

    A professional locksmith can install a new deadbolt for you in a matter of hours. The national average locksmith price ranges from $70 to $100.

    How do you pick a lock? ›

    How to Pick a Lock With Hairpins - YouTube

    Do locksmiths do window locks? ›

    Window and Door Locks – Supply, Fit & Repair

    UPVC locks and windows are a specialist area of locksmithing, most MLA locksmiths will be able to supply, fit, service and repair door and window locks.

    Do locksmiths do windows? ›

    As well as locks, locksmiths can often also repair or replace other hardware on both doors and windows such as handles, hinges, door closers etc.

    How do locksmiths know it's your house? ›

    Many documents verify a person's residency: drivers license, gas bill, electric bill, emails, car registration and more. If they fail to produce verification they can lock and close the door. Then call the police and let them sort it out.

    What time of day is it when the locksmith is at work how do you know? ›

    (b) What time of day is it when the locksmith is at work? How do you know? Answer: It is daytime or we should rather say afternoon because the locksmith has kept open his umbrella to protect himself from sun's glare.

    Do locksmiths take credit card? ›

    Credit cards are avoided by scammers because they are easier to trace. Any reputable locksmith will be able to take credit, debit or cash payment from customers.

    How much does a locksmith make UK? ›

    Locksmiths on average earn around £30,000 per annum; this number of course varies widely on the number of hours or jobs you choose to work. A number of our Locksmiths work longer than usual hours during the week and take home much more than that a year.

    How much do auto locksmiths charge UK? ›

    £65 per hour before 6pm. £75 per hour after 6pm.

    How much does it cost to change a lock on your house? ›

    New, upgraded locks provide extra safety and comfort by knowing your home is protected. It costs between $45 and $500 to change a door lock, including the door hardware and labor. However, specific costs will vary based on door type, the number of locks installed, and additional lock features.

    How long does it take to become a locksmith in the UK? ›

    It can take around 3-4 years to become a fully competent locksmith even after taking a 5-day training course.

    Do you need a qualification to be a locksmith? ›

    There are no qualification requirements needed to become a locksmith.

    How much does a self employed locksmith earn UK? ›

    The starter salary is around the £16k mark and this can rise to as much as £30k as you become more experienced over time.

    Is being a locksmith hard? ›

    The job of a locksmith requires both creativity and logic. It allows you to use your hands and to use your brain. You get to solve puzzles, fix problems, help people in crises, and keep customers safe. Accessing the training necessary to become a locksmith isn't hard and can even be done online.

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