Rekeying or changing a lock, which option is best?
More about lock snapping and how to prevent it
You might wonder what lock snapping is and what you can do to protect your property. As per our experts locksmith Boondall, Locksmith Sandgate Lock snapping happens when force is applied to the lock cylinder resulting in snapping a lock cylinder in two, discarding the outside part to reveal the lock mechanism. By doing so, access is gained to the mechanism, permitting the door to be unlocked. Burglars often use screwdrivers and hammers to snap locks and manage to gain access to your home or business within seconds. This technique does not necessitate skill or experience, simply brute force. The locks that are most susceptible to attacks of this nature are locks with euro profile cylinders. Euro profile locks are mainly found in PVCU and composite doors which were installed during the last fifteen years and works in combination with multipoint locks. Our emergency locksmith experts can help you choose the best and reliable locks
How can you prevent lock snapping?
To lower the risk of lock snapping, the cylinder can be upgraded to one that is designed specifically for preventing this method of attack by using our locksmith services. A Locksmith Boondall can also fit an anti-snap to the lock cylinder to prevent it from being snapped in the manner.
What types of lock cylinders can you replace using our locksmith services?
- Thumb turn cylinders – is perfect for installing at front doors.
- Double cylinders – usually installed at French doors.
- Half cylinders – usually perfect for garage door installations.
If you have fallen victim to a burglary, a reliable emergency locksmith will repair the damage or change lock barrel replacement and safeguard the security of your home. They can give you guidance on how to lower the risk of another burglary, upgrade your present door, garage and window locks and some locksmiths can even arrange for residential roller-shutters or grilles to be fitted to doors and windows. It is worth investing in proper locks to protect your home and advice to lock change from future burglaries and to give yourself peace of mind.
Situated approximately 13.5 kilometres (8.4 mi) north of Brisbane near Moreton Bay, almost halfway between Brisbane and the coastal city of Redcliffe. Bounded on the north by Deagon, Sandgate and Shorncliffe, on the east by Nudgee and Nudgee Beach, on the south by Banyo, Geebung and Virginia and on the west by Taigum and Zillmere.
The Boondall Wetlands are located in the east of the suburb. These internationally significant wetlands contain more than 1000 hectares of protected area that provide habitat to a wide range of animals including more than 190 species of birds.
A residential zone, Boondall is home to a mix of young and established families and retirees.