We have been established for over 20 years locksmithing in Bath, offering a wide range of services including lock fitting, emergency call-out service, key cutting, master key systems, security bars and grills, safes, digital door locks, restricted registered keys and we are a uPVC door lock specialist. Working for residents and local firms across the city.

Contact Details

  City Bath
  Postcode BA2 4DL
  Address 16 Claverton Buildings, Widcombe
  Phone Number 012 2583 5500

From Our Website

At Bath Lock & Key our aim is to offer quality locksmithing services for residents and local firms across the city of Bath. Operating from Widcombe high street, as fully qualified locksmiths with over twenty years of experience in the locksmith business, we pride ourselves on our reputation to provide a prompt and professional service, with quality workmanship, fair pricing and good customer service, ensuring the security of your home and business. Bath Lock & Key is the one and only locksmiths company in Bath approved by the Master Locksmith Association (MLA).

No additional call out charge and with a huge range of locks in stock including UPVC door and window mechanisms, getting the right lock fitted by an experienced locksmith can be done quickly and professionally. We prefer the non-destructive approach to lock opening only using a drill as a last resort.

We cut most types of keys: household, commercial, vehicle and security keys. Having invested in various state of the art, computerised key cutting machines means we can also cut keys to lock or key numbers. When fitting a lock, on-site key cutting service available at no extra cost.

Before buying a safe it's a good idea to put together a strictly confidential list of items you want to keep in the safe. This will help you determine the approximate size of the safe as well as the overall value of the safe contents. Allow for increase of valuables, and remember that 1000 cash cover equals 10,000 valuables, i.e. jewellery. It is important to buy a safe that gives you the protection your contents require. Deeds, certificates, personal documents, trusts and wills usually need to be protected from fire, while jewellery, heirlooms, firearms and precious metals are best stored in a burglary safe.