Door Handle & Lock Fitting Service
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Welcome to the Lock Carpentry blog.
Each article will hopefully answer the biggest questions in regards to door handles, door locks & architectural door hardware.
If you have any questions, please ask them in the comment section below.
By Tony Gouverneur, Jan 27 2017 01:05AM
In a professionally designed home where attention to detail is everything, you will notice that even the handles and locks of each door have been carefully selected. The function, the level of security, the style, the feel, the finish, have all been determined by various people to achieve exactly what the homeowners want. They want their doors to look amazing and their handles to be a pleasure to use.
By Tony Gouverneur, May 10 2016 09:21PM
If you are a homeowner, builder, designer or architect and you use my service to fit out the doors on your next project, you will never trust anyone else with your door hardware again.
Some people when searching through trade directories, get put off when they read that someone is a "specialist" in a certain field. They assume that specialists must charge a lot more money for their services, therefore it is safer to go with just the general type of trades person.
When it comes to installing door hardware, the handles and locks that you use everyday, it really does save you money hiring a specialist.
The good news is, when hiring The Tidy Tradie - Lock Carpenter, it can work out the same price or even cheaper to lock up your whole house! Tony is quicker, neater and tidier than anyone else you would find in Sydney. He has 24 years of experience and uses specialist tools to guarantee a perfect finish every time!
The Tidy Tradie - Lock Carpenter.
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By Tony Gouverneur, May 2 2016 09:23PM
When a homeowner decides to spend big money dressing up their doors with designer handles and mortice locks, they are always presented with this one BIG question.
Who do I call to install the door hardware????
A locksmith, Builder, Carpenter or Handyman? This is where things can and do go horribly wrong!