Anthony Bourne is a Locksmith/Safe Engineer with over 40 years experience. Living and working mainly in the Maidstone area, Tony is happy to travel to surrounding areas. He is honest and trustworthy as his years of experience show. All aspects of locksmithing undertaken, non destructive entry, locks repaired or new locks supplied and fitted. Fair prices and quick response.  Tony is also a Safe Engineer. He is CRB checked.

Protect Your Home With a Yale Anti-Snap Lock:
With lock snapping crimes on the increase, improve your home security with a Yale Superior Anti-Snap euro profile cylinder. Replacing the lock cylinder is an effective and easy way of making your home secure without having to change the entire lock or door. If you have an external PVCu, wood or composite door, you can upgrade your lock cylinder then you can be assured that your home has the very latest security protection. This lock provides a snap-off front section, which will come away if attacked to give the intruder less of the cylinder to grasp; a hardened reinforced bar – designed not to snap, but to flex in a way that will defeat the vast majority of intruders. Comes with three keys as standard. Extra keys are available as required. In addition the lock has anti-drill, anti-screw, anti-bump and anti-pick protection. The locks have the latest British Kitemark standard TS007 and has been tested to British Standards. All these locks can be made to have the same key. For example, front door, back door, conservatory doors etc. can all have the same key which keeps it nice and simple. This cylinder provides security whilst you are away from home, keeping your mind at rest. If you want to know more about the features and standards of the various cylinder ranges then please Contact Me.

Please click on video below which was featured in a BBC Crimewatch programme to see just how easy it is for thieves to access your home:

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