Keysplease part of Ammerhurst Ltd is an experienced and established access security key and lock replacement, repair and refurbishment supplier. Their extensive range of products are at competitive prices and are reliable and resistant.
The company recognises that customers have problems that need solving fast and have built up a reputation of providing fast and accurate service for replacement keys and locks for all types of furniture. Their customer base consists of 9,000 loyal and satisfied customers ranging from the largest blue chip companies to private individuals.
Ammerhurst Ltd’s services are in high demand and can be used in almost all Industry Sectors, including schools, hospitals, swimming pools, banks, hospitals, food companies, department stores, offices and anywhere else that needs things kept under lock and key.
Ammerhurst Ltd supply efficient services and have a large team of accomplished and experienced staff able to provide advice and assistance to guarantee excellent customer satisfaction and service. Ammerhurst Ltd has positioned itself to be a major player in this special niche market, having been established for over 30 years and existing as an accredited member of the Guild of Keycutters within the Master Locksmiths association.
Ammerhurst Ltd Stock and supply makes such as Link 51 • Lockers • Bisley • Garran • NC • Brown • Helmsman • Triumph • Lowe & Fletcher • Union • Yale • Dom • Ronis • Huwil • ASSA • Abloy • Chubb • Ojmar • MLM • Strafor • Century • Squire • Old Ministry • Eurotek • President • Alan Cooper • Morris • Deans • Lee & Plumpton • Dudley • Budget • Hafele • Viking Direct • Kingfield • WS B Bisley Filing Cabinets • TBS • Triumph • Harvey • NSE • Samas • Roneo • Vickers • Action Storage Systems
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Just to let you know that the keys arrived in today's post. Both sets are OK. Thanks for the excellent, very professional and speedy service.
The keys arrived very promptly a few days ago. I tried them in the lock, they fitted and partially turned, but didn't seem to do the trick so I gave up in frustration. I was about to write to you this evening to share my disappointment but thought I would have a further try with the aid of some WD40 and elbow wriggling... Success!! The key turned a little further and the lock suddenly popped out! This was to my great astonishment since I was utterly fed up with the whole situation, the amount of time and cost of keys I had spent on it, and had lost all hope. Did I mention that it was my wife who had somehow managed to lock the thing in the first place...?!! Anyhow it is humble pie that I ever doubted you and asked so many sceptical questions! Instead I am writing to thank you for the excellent service! And whoever cuts the keys for you deserves an honorary degree in obscure locks, since absolutely everyone else I contacted, and the forums I wrote posts on, couldn't recognise the code and said it was impossible. Most grateful. I shall save a note of your details (in my filing cabinet...?), and pass them on to anyone I come across with a similar difficulty!
You are an absolute star! Thank you so much. I will definitely know who to come to for future quick works.