Milwaukee WINDOW LOCK REPAIRS
Is your home in need of new window locks? Our locksmiths at We can help you with your window lock repair or window lock replacement needs.
Will I have to repair or replace the locks on my windows?
Without question, our team of residential locksmiths will evaluate your window locks to determine if window lock repair will salvage them. However, if repair is not possible, our locksmiths will work with you to find the best lock replacement based on the types of windows you have. our locksmiths understand the importance of window security. Locks that don't function or work properly make your home vulnerable to burglars. As a result, properly locking windows are just as important as properly locking doors because they are a point of entry as well. We are committed to doing our best to make sure that your home is not left with any weak entry points.
How long does the window lock repair process take?
Generally, the window lock repair process takes between 20 to 30 minutes, however, the repair or replacement process is directly dependent on the style and current condition of your window locks. This time variation occurs because our locksmiths must first assess the window before determining the best course of action to take. Usually, if the lock can be repaired, our locksmiths begin working on your windows right away. However, the length of the repair process often depends heavily on the type of windows you have.
For example, single-hung window locks take longer to repair or replace than double-hung windows. Double-hung windows can be easily moved, making it easy to gain access to both sides of the window. Single-hung windows only have one moving part which makes the repair process longer as well as the assessment time. Both the repair and replacement of single hung windows is more time-consuming.
Will I need to change the type of window lock I have in place?
Fortunately, you don't need to make any additional changes to your windows unless you want to change the lock you are using to create more security than the original one had. However, it's best to stick with the same type of lock, unless you are changing the style of window. However, keep in mind that you will need to choose a lock that is suitable for the style of window you are choosing.
Will the window lock repair harm my window or door?
Rest assured that the repair process won't cause any cosmetic damage to your home or to your existing windows. The repair or replacement process focuses on the locks and creating the highest level of security possible for your windows. There may be situations where the locksmith may have to remove part of your window to properly repair it but our Our locksmiths take special care to ensure that no damage to your windows is incurred. This is one of the many reasons why it's important to trust the care and security of your windows to a professional locksmith because they have the skills and experience to do the job right.
Should I expect to have to replace my whole window?
However, there's no need to worry about damage to your windows. Our locksmiths focus on installing a secure and well-functioning lock.
Can I use any type of window lock on my windows?
Unfortunately, not all windows can utilize all locks. The window must complement the style of lock. For example, some window locks can only be used on single-hung windows, while some can only be used on double-hung windows. our locksmiths will take a look at the type of windows you have before they determine which window locks will work best for your current windows. You can also call them and tell them about the type of windows that you have. This will help our locksmiths determine which locks will work best with your windows.
Window locks are extremely important when it comes to securing and protecting your home. Home's security includes secure windows as well as hefty door locks, an alarm system and extra security for a garage. Windows are often neglected when it comes to home security, however, ill-functioning locks leave your home weak and vulnerable.
Our window locksmiths can help with:
- Window lock bars
- Window lock replacements
- Window lock bars
- Window lock changes
- Window lock repairs
- Window lock installation
- Locks for antique windows
The windows are often the most vulnerable places in your home when they are not secured properly. As a result, they can be the perfect entry point for burglars. This is why proper safety measures should be taken to ensure that your windows are secure and that the best locks are used for your specific type of window. Luckily, there are many options to choose from.
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Increasing security for your home: Various window security options
Double hung window, casement windows, and sliding windows have a variety of devices that can be used to lock them securely and allow a limited opening for a breeze. However, the limited opening presents enough security to prevent them from being opened all the way. These window locks are popular because they provide security even when a window is partially opened. However, there are others.
Pin locks- These locks work by sliding a pin into the window frame or casing that attaches one window sash to the other.
Keyed locks- Keyed locks offer the highest level of security for window locks. They require a key to open them and are difficult to force open.
Sliding locks- Sliding windows lock on both sides with each window frame locking into place. They can be less secure because some can be lifted off the track. To increase safety, you should keep a bar or rod in the track to keep it from being forced open. You should do the same with sliding doors.
Folding latches- Folding latches are the most common type of window lock currently installed in homes. This type of lock allows a window to be latched closed with a fixture that secures one window to another. This type of lock is standard on several kinds of windows.
Wedge locks- These locks allow the window to be ajar to allow a breeze or sunlight. However, this locking mechanism allows the window to be open to a certain point but no further, preventing it from being forced open all the way.
Key track stop- These locks are installed on sliding windows or standard windows because they stop a window from being opened by preventing it from moving along the track.
Home security systems and window locks:
The comprehensive security coverage of your home should integrate your windows into your home's security system plan. This can be done by installing sensors hooked to your home security alarm system. These sensors are usually magnets connected to the window and window casing. When a window is opened or an attempt is made, the alarm system will send an alert notifying you that the sensors have been disturbed. Security systems with window monitoring provide a variety of different options for tracking the movement of windows. The options can range from notifying you when a window is open or to warning the system when a window pane is broken. Attaching any of these alerts to a sound alarm discourages the theft of your home. Syncing these notifications with your smartphone will assure that you are notified quickly when any movement in and around your home occurs.
Call us for all your window lock repair and replacement needs!
Call us if you have a window that isn't closing properly or a lock that isn't working. We'd be happy to install new window locks and recommend other options for increased security coverage. These options include alarm systems, window security bars, and keyed lock installation. Our locksmiths have all the equipment and tools they need to complete any task at any time. They can rekey locks, make new keys, install and repair locks, remove broken key pieces, and even fix lock issues with your car. Plus, we offer home and office security assessments and provide expert advice. Window security is important. Our locksmiths are available 24/7 and have years of experience. Trust us to make your home as secure as possible.
Give us a call today for more information on the right window locks to secure your windows. We get the job done right.