Sir Fix A Lock

Blog March 2015

04/03/15 2:42 PM

Paul Bushell The Plymouth LocksmithBlog Mar 2015

It’s been a while since my last blog due to being very busy for the past few months so hopefully I’ll be able to fill you in on what’s happened in that time.

Sir Fix a Lock has invested in a lot of new equipment including an electronic key machine that will cut keys to code. For example, if you had a filing cabinet or drawer system that had a lock but no keys, there is usually a number stamped on the lock. The new machine will take that code and cut a key to fit it thus you’ll have a working lock again. More information and a picture of the new machine can be found here.  Key Cutting

Another new addition to the business is the new TS007 3 star lock from Evva which is, I believe, the best cylinder on the market at this time. With strong Austrian engineering, the cylinder has anti-snap features on top of all the other security components on the 1 star system. It can be keyed alike or master keyed to any lock upgrade including padlocks, filing cabinets and with locks on wooden and UPVC doors. The locks also come in many colours to suit your needs. More details can be found on the website here. Profile Cylinders

evva-eps-cylinder

I’ve now passed over all my safe work to a sister company called The Safe Knight Ltd as that company will invest in the safe side of the trade. Safe locks, the entry of safes, the installation, removal, disposal and all the tools and ancillaries are different beasts when compared to normal locksmithing. The Safe Knight will move forward, ensuring that all customers safe needs are met fully and as professionally as Sir Fix-a-lock has done so. The beta website can be found here: Safe Knight Ltd

Lastly, I’ve had a few videos made, an advert and four hints and tips videos. I’ve always known that it’s personality that sells a business so I wanted to make sure that people knew who I am. It also has given me a chance to have a small starring role for my new apprentice, Lottie, who can be seen running from my bike to a customers child. Slightly cheesy but with some humour, you can watch the advert on my homepage.

I’ll hopefully not be keeping you waiting so long between blogs in the future. With the Locksmith Expo taking place this weekend, I’m sure I’ll have some stories to tell with new security ‘toys’ and items to tell you all about in the next blog.

In the meantime, if you ever have any queries or want to ask any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by any method on the contact page.

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