Locksmith Biscot, Luton LU3

Address: Biscot, Luton LU3 1PX

24/7 response all year round, in the vicinity of Wardown House, Museum & Gallery

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We prioritise lockouts & post burglary repairs
Dean H

Locksmith at work

Locksmith Biscot services include simple lock change requests and out-of-hours emergency first response services for lockouts and other requests that cannot wait, we operate 24/7 service all year round. All of our guys are fully trained and ready to perform any task given to them, your home is in safe hands.  NO callout charges.

Our vans carry a large selection of locks and spares to help us address any issue our customers are facing and all of our locksmiths are fully trained and would ensure the safety and security of your property.  Our work is fully guaranteed to the satisfaction of our clients.

Locksmith Biscot services install British Standard locks (BS3621) which are a requirement for most insurance policies as well as specialised locks such as Banham and Mul-T-Lock upon request.

Professional and courteous service is at hand, we are here to help and special care is given to ensure your door is not scratched or damaged once we leave. See below our services.  NO callout charges or hidden additional costs.

Before Luton absorbed it in the early 20th century, Biscot used to be a small hamlet located outside the town. The name “Biscot” originates from the Domesday Book, where it was recorded as “Bissopescote,” meaning “King’s land.” Biscot Manor dates back to a charter granted by King Offa of Mercia in 792, in which he gave land to Saint Albans Abbey belonging to five tenants in Luton.

The Domesday Book documents a manor in Biscot consisting of five hides, equivalent to the land given to the five tenants in 792. The manor consisted of ten villagers and three slaves, which is equivalent to a population of just over fifty people. The manor was valued at forty shillings, and Ralph Tallboys had transferred it to the royal manor of Luton. Before the conquest in 1066, it had been worth sixty shillings and had been held by Edwin “Asgar the Constable’s man.” By 1718, the manor had passed to Arthur Wingate, and in 1724 he sold it to John Crawley for £8,796/14/-. The Crawley family owned the manor throughout the 20th century.

Intercom (Door entry system)

Door entry systems for tenements and communal access are electronic systems used to control access to a shared building or complex. They are typically used in apartment buildings, office buildings, and other multi-tenant facilities to provide secure entry and prevent unauthorized access.

These systems typically include a main entry door or gate, which is locked and can only be opened by authorized personnel or residents. Visitors can gain entry by either calling an apartment or office using an intercom system or by being granted access by the resident they are visiting.

Door entry systems can include a variety of features, such as keyless entry using electronic key cards or fobs, security cameras for monitoring entryways, and automatic locking mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access. They can also be integrated with other security systems, such as alarms and surveillance cameras, to provide a comprehensive security solution for the building or complex.

Overall, door entry systems for tenements and communal access are an effective way to improve security and control access in shared buildings and complexes.  LU Locksmith services include repairs and upgrades of existing systems and locks associated with them.