Our Services Include:
uPVC Repairs in Leeds
As the leading uPVC lock specialists in Leeds, we take pride in our extensive experience and will work hard to repair your doors and locks. The team will always arrive on time and fully equipped with a variety of locks and parts.
We Repair and Replace the Following:
- Lock Cases
- Replacement Cylinders
- uPVC Multipoint Locks
- Multipoint Locking System Repairs
Lock Upgrades in Leeds
There is no denying the fact that having the right locks on your windows and doors is vitally important. Deterring unwanted visitors to your business premises and home is at the forefront of many people’s minds. You want peace of mind and knowing you have the best locks fitted goes a long way in providing that. However, having the best locks poorly fitted may just be as bad as having no locks at all. This is why you should choose MW uPVC Repairs for lock upgrades in Leeds.
When choosing a locksmith to fit new locks in your property there are a number of factors to consider. On top of the list is trust and experience. MW uPVC Repairs is a family run business and has been in the locksmithing industry for a long time. Trustworthy and reliable technicians will fit new or replacement locks on your doors and windows at affordable rates, to the highest quality and your satisfaction.
Digital Door Locks
Digital door locks in Leeds provide a simple, affordable yet highly effective security solution in places where the allocation of keys or cards isn’t practical due to the high numbers of people going in and out of the building on a daily basis. Instead, all that is needed in order to gain access is a code that authorised staff use in order to gain entry.
Digital door locks can be useful in a number of settings, especially where certain areas of a building require more protection and access needs to be restricted only to authorised staff. There are a variety of models to meet all needs from securing a small stationery cupboard to a large-scale hospital building.
Misted Unit Repairs
A misted unit or blown double-glazed unit is where the window appears dirty or misted but cannot be cleared or cleaned. Interstitial condensation occurs either when the unit seal has failed and the airspace is saturated with moisture, or when an internal component (i.e. Georgian bars etc.) has deteriorated and given off organic solvents. Under both of these conditions the appearance of condensation on one or both airspace surfaces can occur subject to the glass surface temperature. How long it takes for a blown or broken unit to show will depend on the position, in full sunlight or exposed to extremely wet conditions. This misting means that the double glazing unit needs replacing.