Clements locksmiths are one of the most trusted locksmiths in the Midlands. We serve a number of areas including Coventry and Birmingham and provide an unrivalled experience. Since we are a family run business we offer a personal service you simply won't get elsewhere and we operate on a policy of honesty. We will never overcharge for our services and will always be up front on how long you will be waiting; if we say we'll be there in ten minutes we will be!
We offer a whole range of services from emergency lock picking to UPVC door repair and garage and shed security. If you accurately describe your problem we will be able to give you a quote over the phone. We don't work on an hourly rate so if it takes longer than we thought, you won't be charged more.
Emergency Mobile Locksmith Services
We have a van with every tool we will ever need, and because of this we are able to offer you a prompt emergency mobile locksmith service in Coventry, Birmingham and other surrounding areas. So if you find yourself locked out of your home or vehicle don't worry, just give us a call and our emergency locksmith specialists will come out to you and resolve your issue promptly.
Locksmiths in Coventry may be commercial (working out of a storefront), mobile (working out of a vehicle), institutional (employed by an institution) or investigational (forensic locksmiths) or may specialize in one aspect of the skill, such as an automotive lock specialist, a master key system specialist or a safe technician. Many are also security consultants, but not every security consultant has the skills and knowledge of a locksmith. Locksmiths are frequently certified in specific skill areas or to a level of skill within the trade. This is separate from certificates of completion of training courses. In determining skill levels, certifications from manufacturers or locksmith associations are usually more valid criteria than certificates of completion. Some locksmiths in Coventry decide to call themselves "Master Locksmiths" whether they are fully trained or not, and some training certificates appear quite authoritative. It may be noted, however, that in some countries a particular level of qualification or membership of an organization is required before one can adopt the term Master Locksmith.
Locksmithing began in places like Coventry as the science and art of making and defeating locks. A lock is a mechanism that secures buildings, rooms, cabinets, objects, or other storage facilities. A key is often used to open a lock. Means of opening a lock may include a security token or two-factor authentication for greater security, such as requiring both something you know (a combination) and something you have (a key or keycard).
Locksmithing is one of the earliest forms of security engineering. Lock picking was one of the first methods of cracking security systems. The oldest known lock was approximately 4,000 years old and was of Egyptian make. It was found in the ruins of the Emperor Sargon II's palace in Khorsabad. It used the same pin tumbler principle employed by many modern locks.
Clements Locksmiths Call:02476 314386