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Welcome to 365can i buy viagra in spain over the counter:locks Barnes home page. We are a genuine, local, independent company, offering  a fast and friendly locksmith service to the Barnes area of South West London. When you phone us, your call will be answered by a locksmith not a call centre, and we will be happy to give you advice or a quote over the phone. We carry all the major brands of lock on the van, which means we can offer an emergency service at any time of day or night. Whether you have been a victim of crime, locked out or need to improve your home or business security, you can rely on 365:locks Barnes to offer a professional service at an affordable price. We do not charge by the hour, instead we give a fixed price to get the job done, ensuring you can relax in the knowledge that you will not get any nasty surprises once the job is complete.     

We can respond to most emergencies with-in 30 minutes, but this can be dependant on our location at the time of call and the traffic. Unlike some companies, we do not say we will be 15 minutes and turn up 2 hours later.

We have been in business now since 2003, in which time we have built up a very good reputation with many regular clients. We practice NDE (non destructive entry) which means, in most cases, we can open all types of locks with-out damage to the lock or door. If you live in the Barnes area of London and have a problem with a lock or you need some security advice, give us a call on 0203 488 2616 or e-mail 

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