Sir Fix A Lock

Blog May 2014

06/05/14 1:26 PM

Blog May 2014

I have been very busy so missed April’s blog but I hope this month’s blog will make up for it.  The main news for Sir Fix a Lock is that we are now a Limited company.  The finer details can be found on my contacts page.  It felt right to move it on as the success of the company has been getting stronger.

This month, I have been busy working on a large access control system, wiring in a system where a social club controls who they let in. The system lets genuine members swipe themselves in thus keeping passers by out.  There is an intercom with CCTV linked in to staff behind the bar.  With access to state-of-the-art components, Sir Fix a Lock Ltd can come to your premises and quote (free of charge) for you a system to meet you security needs to a budget that suits your requirements.

In other news, I’ve been called to a few safes recently where the mechanical combination dial was not working or very temperamental.  The mechanical properties on these locks do ‘drift’ over time and it’s always a good idea to make sure you get your combinations changed and safes serviced by a fully qualified Safe Engineer.  This is a field that Sir Fix a Lock Ltd has invested heavily in recently so you can be rest assured that I could help you out before your safe becomes locked closed.  Please bear in mind that safes are designed to keep people out, including Locksmiths.  It is far cheaper to have your safe serviced than it is to break in!

And finally; Last year, I took part in a competition at the MLA Expo to break into a door by non-destructive means and I won by getting through the door in 1 minute and 3 seconds…the fasted locksmith in the UK!  Well, there was a competition on the LASM Expo in March run my Yale to find their Trusted Face.  Embarrassingly, I won so now I can – with tongue firmly in cheek – call myself the fastest, best looking locksmith in the UK 😉  Well, I like good humour so I hope you can bear with Yale’s Trusted Face and keep on using Sir Fix a Lock Ltd as your local trusted Plymouth Locksmith. You can view one of the pictures on my Facebook or Twitter page so please log in and ‘Like’ whenever you have a spare moment.

Regards, Paul

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