Locksmith Gamble Hill, Leeds LS13

Address: Gamble Hill Dr, Leeds LS13 4JJ

We operate in the vicinity of Domino’s Pizza

We carry a range of locks and spares to enable us to carry out any job at any time of the day or night.  Our guys are experienced and carefully vetted in order to support our reputation. 

Locksmith Gamble Hill Leeds provides locksmith services to both residential and commercial customers.   All of our jobs are fully guaranteed and we can attend your calls 24/7 all year round at any time, day or night. NO callout charges are applied.

With 11 years of experience, our locksmiths are standing ready day or night throughout the year to provide first-class service at minimum disruption and cost.

Gamble Hill is a residential area in the Armley district of Leeds.  Gamble Hill is close to several parks and green spaces, including Armley Park and Gotts Park. These are popular places for local residents to walk, run, and relax.  There are several primary schools located in or near Gamble Hill, including Raynville Primary School and St. Bartholomew’s Church of England Primary School.

Fire exits are an essential safety feature in public buildings and offices. The type of lock used on these doors is crucial to ensuring that people can exit quickly and safely in case of an emergency. It is generally recommended that fire exits should not have any type of lock that requires a key, code, or device to unlock them from the inside. This is because people need to be able to open the doors quickly and easily without any delays or confusion. Instead, fire exits should have panic hardware or push bars that allow people to exit quickly by simply pushing on the bar or hardware. These types of locks are designed to be easy to operate, even in high-stress situations, and are often required by building codes and fire safety regulations. Furthermore, fire exits should be well-marked and illuminated to ensure that people can locate them easily in an emergency. It’s important to note that the specific regulations for fire exit locks may differ depending on local building codes and fire safety regulations. Therefore, it’s advisable to seek guidance from a professional locksmith or fire safety expert to ensure that the locks on your fire exits comply with all applicable safety standards.