01163 400 131

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0784 6962 825

24 Hour Callout Line

24 Hour Emergency Callout

We Operate 24/7 Across Leicestershire

Damaged or faulty locks?

JG Locksmiths in Leicester can help.

Damaged or faulty locks are an unnecessary risk to the security of both you and your family, as well as the contents of your home or business.


If you’re having problems with your locks, finding that they are difficult to operate or don’t quite catch properly, then our team at JG Locksmiths can come out and service them for you – and replace them if necessary. We work with both domestic and commercial clients across Leicestershire to ensure that their property and premises are secure, using the latest in lock and key technology to give our clients peace of mind.


In cases of an emergency, we can be out to you within the hour – 24 hours a day – so give us a call today to see how we can help. There’s no call-out charge and all costs are quoted in advance. All JG Locksmiths members are friendly and professional, regularly vetted and adhere to NNAL (National Network of Approved Locksmiths) guidelines. If you are looking for a reliable lock repair and fitting service in Leicester, then get in touch with our team today for a free quote.

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Why work with us?

JG Locksmiths in Leicester won’t be beaten on price or quality. We are fully certified with industry standard accreditation’s and offer assurance to the public and any organisation using our services:

  • Non-destructive methods are used wherever possible
  • BS3621 Locks are always offered. These are deadlocks, which provide added security
  • Members are trained, vetted, carry I.D. and are periodically assessed
  • Prices are fair, quoted in advance and offer good value
  • Unlike many companies, we have public liability insurance up to the value of £5 million
  • We give a full 12-month guarantee on all parts and labour

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Address: 7 Highfields Road, Mountsorrel, Leicestershire, LE12 7HH

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