Locksmith Cardiff can help with every type of lock, older antique and newer locks. Primarily, we were using a range of methods to ensure we provide you with a safe, durable lock, with minimum disruption to your home. Importantly, we always ensure that we provide you with a great result. Mainly, we are local to the area and can be with you within the hour, and are always delighted to help.
It is important to note, we can usually have your new lock fitted, or older one mended within 20 minutes so that we will have your safety secured again immediately. Primarily, Locksmith Cardiff treat every client with care and respect, and always clean up after ourselves; we provide free honest and impartial advice.
The Number one Locksmith
Locksmith Cardiff always ensure we leave no damage at your home, we will tidy up after ourselves, and always have a mess-free working environment. Also, we will always use our expertise to open the majority of locks. Primarily, using a method called lock manipulation, we can sue a variety of methods, making us the number one locksmith.It is important to note; we always try to keep the costs down and provide a free, low-cost quotation, with no surprise costs.
Local to Cardiff
Notably, 80% of locks opened non viciously with a qualified 24 hrs locksmiths service. Further, we aim to have you in your home immediately, from the time you contact us. Mainly, our locksmith’s understanding and unlocking abilities focus on all types of locks in Cardiff. Therefore, as a result, we can unlock your door quickly and efficiently. Contact Locksmith Cardiff today for a quick, service you can trust, for a professional company with over 25 years experience. Call us on 07412 480 957 or call free: 0800 470 0645.
In 1536, the Laws in Wales Acts 1535–1542 led to the creation of Glamorganshire and Cardiff was made the county town. It also became part of Kibborhundred. Around this same time, the Herbert family became the most powerful family in the area. Also, in 1538, Henry VIII closed the Dominican and Franciscan friaries in Cardiff, the remains of which were used as building materials. Further, a writer around this period described Cardiff: “The River Taff runs under the walls of his honours castle and from the north part of the town to the south part where there are a fair quay and a safe harbour for shipping.”