01163 400 131

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0784 6962 825

24 Hour Callout Line

24 Hour Emergency Callout

We Operate 24/7 Across Leicestershire

Key Replacements in SHepshed

Locked out? Don't Panic, we have 24 hour locksmiths in Shepshed

JG Locksmiths in Shepshed and surrounding areas are here to help whether you’ve lost your keys or if they are broken. We can help no matter what the situation, we pride ourselves with providing our customers the best possible service. Here at JG Locksmiths we have over 30 years experience in this industry and are one of the leading locksmiths for Shepshed, Leicestershire and surrounding areas.


Our expertise and experience with key replacement is second to none. We understand the urgency to get back in to your property and use techniques that will not affect your locks long-term. Our staff are fully licensed and are assessed regularly. That’s why you should choose JG Locksmiths.


Why Choose To Work With JG Locksmiths?

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


  • Non-destructive methods are used wherever possible to avoid damage caused
  • BS3621 Locks are always offered. These are deadlocks, which provide added security for your property and family
  • Our locksmiths are trained, vetted, carry I.D. and are periodically assessed to ensure they meet our strict standards
  • Prices are fair, quoted in advance and offer good value for money
  • Unlike many companies, we have public liability insurance up to the value of £5 million
  • We provide our customers with a full 12-month guarantee on all parts and labour

Contact us on 01163 400 131 during standard daytime hours for a free, over the phone quotation, or contact our 24-hour callout line on 0784 6962 825

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

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