Emergency locksmiths - 24/7, no call-out fee

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Fantastic locksmith service, quick and cheap

"They were with me within 30 mins of me calling them after finding out I'd been burgled, they replaced my locks straight away and were one of the cheapest places I rang!"

5stars

Paul, Scunthorpe

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Lost your keys? Locked out of your house?

You'd be surprised how often people get locked out of their home. This could be because you've lost your keys, have broken your key in the lock, or the lock has been vandalised. (We do not do car locks)

We can help you by

  • picking the lock,
  • removing a broken or snapped key from your lock,
  • fixing a broken lock,
  • drilling out the lock, or,
  • changing the lock all together.

We'll come out to you within the hour of you making the call, won't charge a callout fee and are available 24/7. For a free, no obligation quote to get you back in your home:

Been burgled?

Getting your home broken into can be one of the worst things to experience.That's why we offer an emergency locksmith service, which aims to make you feel safer and get your home secured as quickly as possible by providing:

  • Boarding up service, where we board up your home to stop people entering it after break-in damage.
  • Lock repair, depending on how much damage has been caused by the burglar.
  • Lock replacement, for future peace of mind. Often, keys are taken by burglars to commit future crimes in or around your home.

We'll come out to you within the hour of you making the call, won't charge a callout fee and are available 24/7. For a free, no obligation quote to make your home safe and secure:

The area we cover

We cover the whole of North Lincolnshire, including the following towns and villages:

  • Scunthorpe, Barton-upon-Humber, Brigg, Kirton in Lindsey, Scotter, Winterton
  • Alkborough, Althorpe, Amcotts, Appleby
  • Barrow Haven, Barrow upon Humber, Barnetby-Le-Wold, Barton, Belton, Beltoft, Bonby, Bottesford, Brigg, Broughton, Burringham, Burton upon Stather
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  • Cadney, Coleby, Crowle, Croxton, Dragonby
  • Ealand, East Butterwick, East Halton, Eastoft, Elsham, Epworth, Epworth Turbary
  • Flixborough, Fockerby, Ferriby Sluice
  • Gainsthorpe, Garthorpe, Goxhill, Grasby, Gunness
  • Haxey, Hibaldstow, Howsham
  • Keadby, Kingsforth, Kirmington, Kirton in Lindsey
  • Manton, Melton Ross, Messingham, Mill Place
  • New Holland, North Killingholme, Owston Ferry
  • Redbourne, Roxby
  • Sandtoft, Santon, Saxby All Saints, Scawby with Sturton, Scunthorpe, Scotter, South End, South Killingholme, South Ferriby
  • Thornton Curtis
  • Ulceby, Ulceby Skitter
  • Walcot, Westwoodside, West Butterwick, West Halton, Whitton, Winteringham, Winterton, Wootton, Worlaby, Wrawby, Wressle
  • Yaddlethorpe

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Just moved home?

Exciting times - you've just been given the keys from the estate agent and are starting to move your prized possessions in. The last thing on your mind is probably home security. But just take a moment to think who else might have a copy of those keys. How would you feel if a stranger came into your home, simply by using a copied key? There would be no broken windows or forced entry – so no real warning.

Many insurance companies will not pay out in cases where a key has been used to gain entry to your home and items have been stolen or damaged by burglars. That’s why you should consider changing your locks, which is something we can help with. We will come out at a time convenient to you, and we will change as many locks as you need for a price we will quote you for in advance.

For a free, no obligation quote to keep strangers out:

Contact us

If you'd like more information, just give us a call on 01724 298696 or email us via locksmiths@ongo.co.uk.

We are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Our registered address is: 

Ongo Locksmiths
Meridian House, Normanby Road
Scunthorpe
DN15 8QZ

Check out our frequently asked questions to find out more.

 

Page last updated: 17 January 2017