Locksmith Moortown, Leeds LS17

Address: Lidgett Ln, Moortown, Leeds LS17 6QH

We operate in the vicinity of Roundhegians Rugby Football Club

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 Moortown 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.

Moortown is a civil parish and affluent suburb of Leeds, West Yorkshire. It is situated in the Moortown ward of Leeds City Council, in the north east of the city, and is bordered by Roundhay and Gledhow to the east, Weetwood to the west, Chapel Allerton to the south, and Alwoodley to the north. The terms “Moortown” and “Moor Allerton” are often used interchangeably to refer to the area, and institutions in the region use both names. In 2007, The Times reported that the LS17 postcode district contained the most expensive housing area in Yorkshire and the Humber.

Upon arrival at a workplace, a locksmith’s duty would typically involve assessing the situation and determining the best course of action to provide the necessary services. This may include:

  1. Identifying the problem: The locksmith would need to determine the reason why they were called to the workplace, whether it is due to a lockout, a broken lock, or the need for new locks to be installed.
  2. Evaluating the security needs: The locksmith would need to assess the security needs of the workplace, such as the type of locks and security systems currently in place, to determine the most appropriate solution.
  3. Providing recommendations: Based on their evaluation, the locksmith would provide recommendations on the best locks and security systems to install or repair to ensure maximum security for the workplace.
  4. Performing lock-related services: Depending on the specific job requirements, the locksmith may need to unlock doors, replace or repair locks, create new keys, or install new locks.
  5. Providing customer service: The locksmith would need to communicate effectively with the customer, answer any questions they may have, and ensure that they are satisfied with the work performed.