Difficulty with closing the door is a fairly common issue. Most often, a rubber gets in the way and has to be replaced. If the lock strike receiver is loose, it has to be adjusted. Tightening the screws which hold the receiver in place will help to eliminate the problem completely. When it isn’t possible to press the handle down to close the door, the locking mechanism has most likely failed. Replacing it is typically the only fix. When UPVC door locks become sticky, this signals a problem with the cylinder. Sometimes, it can be repaired, but when it’s worn or broken, it has to be replaced. Improperly adjusted hinges can also prevent proper closing and locking. They should be fixed right away. If the frame or panel is damaged, a timely repair will help to strengthen them.
Wearing, breaking and great damage are the most common reasons for replacing a lock. It’s important not to underestimate outdated technology as a reason for replacement. A more advanced device will improve the security of the premises considerably. The perfect Euro profile cylinder can withstand snapping, picking and drilling attacks. Brass or stainless steel make will ensure that it is strong and durable. The locking mechanism has a steel body too. Deadbolts, hooks and security pins offer a high level of security, especially when they are long and thick. Adjusting the door before replacing the lock will ensure that the new device will work smoothly. Once the mechanism is in place, the cylinder is fitted into it.Back To Our Services