New! IKS Locksmiths YouTube Channel – My No-nonsense Security Quick Guides
I am excited to announce the official launch of the IKS Locksmiths You Tube Channel!
As a North London based Master Locksmith I have lots of information to share with you and hope to give you a renewed insight into property security.
Is to help home owners avoid making those all too common mistakes I come across everyday as a North London Locksmith.
I am so aware that a few bits of simple but valuable security knowledge could save the average Londoner a lot of misfortune, unnecessary inconvenience and expense.
I plan to cut through the jargon and the locksmith lingo and bring things back to basics.
There is no need to get bogged down with the details and confusing terminology but there are some basic security facts, that so many people aren’t aware of, that are well worth knowing.
I plan to create a series of to the point, no nonsense guides covering the security facts that we all need to know.
Whether you are a homeowner, tenant, landlord or whatever your situation your security is not something to leave to chance. A lot of the mistakes I see people making every day are things that could be easily addressed.
In the first instalment let’s get to the bottom of “Insurance Approved Locks”.
Following watching my Insurance Approved Locks video you will be able to check and recognise if the locks on all your external doors are the latest standard of lock (BS3621) required by your insurance policy. If they are fantastic! If not your policy will not pay out in the event of an insurance claim and it’s time to address the problem before that happens.
At IKS Locksmiths we are Master Locksmiths preventing burglary in Barnet and the surrounding area of North London. We are specialists in both Residential and Commercial Security. We supply and fit a wide range of high quality locks, bespoke security grilles and safes. If there is a particular subject you would like to see a no-nonsense guide on we would be delighted to hear from you.
We hope you enjoy watching.