Locksmith High Town, Luton LU2

Address:   Dudley Street, Luton LU2 0NP

24/7 response all year round, in the vicinity of Creamers Design & Print

We prioritise lockouts & post burglary repairs
Dean H

Locksmith at work

Locksmith High Town 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 High Town 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.

By the year 1900, High Town Road had been developed beyond Jubilee Street. Additionally, a school and a dye works for straw plait had been constructed on Old Bedford Road. Some scattered development was present across Hitchin Road on Crescent Rise, Hart Hill Drive, and Hart Hill Lane. The Wesleyan Central Mission was built near the Midland Road Railway Station in 1903, but it closed down in 1966, and the building was demolished in 1970. Two tramlines were established from the centre of Luton to High Town in 1908, running mostly on single-track lines with passing places. One line went along New Bedford Road to Wardown Park, while the other travelled along Midland Road and High Town Road to Round Green. A cinema named The Picturedrome and High Town Electric Theatre was launched on High Town Road in 1912. Although it shut down in 1937, it reopened as the Plaza. However, the building was later used as a warehouse and eventually demolished in 1979.

Mortice locks, which are commonly referred to as 5-lever locks, are the primary locks on many doors )Internals & External doors) and are inserted into a pocket on the side of the door. Insurance companies often require that an appropriate mortice lock be fitted to provide coverage, with the most common standard being BS3621. You can easily check if your lock meets this standard by examining the faceplate for the BS3621 stamp, along with a date and the British Standard Kitemark. 

We can recommend alternative locks that meet the BS3621 standard and our locksmiths carry these locks with them at all times, so we can replace your old locks with ease and efficiency. Our skilled professionals use specialised tools and techniques to ensure a smooth installation process, so you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with having a secure and reliable lock without any unnecessary hassle. To replace an Insurance Approved 5 lever Deadlock, simply arrange an appointment at a time that suits your schedule with LU Locksmith services by calling this number: 0800 707 4203.

HMO Compliant Locks

When the property is occupied by three or more unrelated individuals, it is considered a House in eternal white doorMultiple Occupation (HMO) subjects to special regulations. One of these rules mandates easy egress from the property and each bedroom in case of fire, without requiring a key. The Council now requires compliance with this rule as a condition for renewing HMO licenses. The Fire Officer also requires an insurance-approved lock that meets the BS8621 security and safety standard. LU Locksmith Services cater for this demand and we supply and fit these locks and only use insurance-approved models for your tenants’ peace of mind. To ensure that you maintain your license, call LU Locksmith Services at 0800 707 4203 to have an HMO-compliant lock installed.

Number and code locks typically refer to electronic or mechanical locks that are operated by entering a numeric code rather than using a physical key. These locks are often used in commercial or industrial settings where multiple people need access to a space, as they can be programmed with unique codes for each user.

Number and code locks can be either electronic or mechanical. Electronic locks usually have a keypad where a user can enter a pre-set numeric code to unlock the door, while mechanical locks may use a rotating dial or series of buttons to enter the code.

These types of locks are generally considered to be more secure than traditional key locks, as the code can be changed regularly to ensure only authorized personnel have access. However, they can also be more expensive to install and maintain.