Service Covering Clapham
Swift Lock Repairs are experts in uPVC Window repairs. We are local independent Locksmiths covering Clapham and the surrounding areas. If you have gaps or can feel drafts around your double glazed uPVC windows or are you having trouble closing your window this could be due to bent or broken window hinge. Swift Lock Repairs carry a full range of window hinges so should be able to fix this in one visit.
If you have broken hinges, handles or locks on your windows they should not be ignored, broken hinges that stop the window from closing correctly leads to gaps and draughts and this basically defeats the point of having double glazed windows.
Also having broken window locks are a serious security issue and for this reason they should be fixed as soon as possible so if you live in Clapham or the surrounding area call Swift Lock Repairs as soon as possible.
Barbara Drayton, Northampton
We are both very pleased with the efficient and business-like way in which our enquiry was received. A visit was promplty followed , good prices etc. the workmanship could not be faulted. I would happily recommend this company to friends relatives.
Julia Hooley, Bedford Bedfordshire
My Mum was locked out earlier this year and I would just like to say that the service she received was second to none. From the initial phone call to getting her door open. Very prompt and polite.
David Finley, Bedford
Swift Lock Repairs was recommended by someone in a neighbouring Close, and we would have no hesitation in commending Swift Lock Repairs work.
Glen Watson, Northampton
My new door handles looks great and has made a massive improvement to the look of the door. The service and price were second to none. Many Thanks
Lisa fensome, Northampton
Really massive thank you for the fantastic job you have done getting my front door open. Excellent customer service throughout, no pressure whatsoever & you even cleaned up before you went! We will be recommending you to anyone we know who needs a Locksmith in the future. Massive thank you again, Lisa