Portsmouth uPVC Door & Window Lock Repairs
The locks on your uPVC doors & windows are an important aspect of Portsmouth home security
Owen's Double Glazing Lock Repairs specialises in servicing and repairing your uPVC window and door locking systems to ensure they work smoothly and securely.
Why not let the most trusted and best rated uPVC lock repair company in Portsmouth ensure that your home is secure - we are Trading Standards and Checkatrade approved!
Replace or upgrade the mechanisms in your Portsmouth uPVC windows & doors
Has your uPVC window or door lock become faulty or damaged? Do your window or door mechanisms close incorrectly?
Maybe your uPVC window or door locks don't meet up properly or are hard to use?
We can repair or replace most makes of uPVC window or door lock mechanisms in Portsmouth. This includes broken uPVC handles, hinges, striker plates, locks & gearboxes.
uPVC Window & Door Security Options
If your window or door locks on your Portsmouth uPVC need replacing, our experts carry supplies of
- Oval Cylinders
- Euro cylinders
- Euro Thumbturn cylinders
- Striker plates & door shuts
- Multipoint lock cases & gearboxes
- Full multipoint locking mechanisms
- uPVC Lever, Pad & Window handles
- uPVC window mechanisms
- uPVC window hinges
Replace Front Door Lock
Aaron turned up on time, completed the work with no fuss, tidied up and left. It really was as quick and efficient as that.
Exactly how you would like these things to be sorted. Reasonably priced too.
Replacing broken lock on a downstairs bedroom window
Came quickly. Diagnosed problem lock, replaced.
Made certain it was working properly, showed me how to lock and unlock.
Change of Locks
Professional, thorough and informative throughout the whole process. The replacement locks were replaced to a high standard and very promptly.
Customer service was second-to-none and price in line with current market.
Owen changed front door lock
20 minutes after I placed the call Owen was at my door 🙂 to carry out the lock replacement.
Great company, will use again, thank you Owen.