Locksmith for Broken Locks 🆘 Toronto Top Locksmith ☑️


24-hour Locksmith Services Across the GTA

Fast and reliable locksmith for frozen/broken locks. Available during weekends and holidays! Average 15/20 minute response time.

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Toronto Top Locksmith is your premier emergency locksmith service. With over 15 years of locksmith service, a team of experienced technicians, and the skill-set to solve every type of lock-related problem, we are the right choice for you! Whether it’s a break-in repair or an emergency situation – your security is our priority and your satisfaction is our guarantee! We are available 24/7, 365 days a year.

We have locations and team members all across the GTA, enabling us to arrive within 15-20 minutes from when you place your call! We also waive our service charge with the purchase of any of our locksmith services. Here’s why we’re Toronto’s most trusted locksmiths:

✔ Fully Licensed & Insured
✔ 15-20 minutes average response time
✔ Experienced and certified technicians
✔ Secure on-site service (ID verification)
✔ Servicing the entire Greater Toronto Area
✔ 100% satisfaction guaranteed
✔ Family owned local business
✔ Lock hardware supplier and distributor
✔ Premium quality lock hardware (imported from the USA)


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Broken Locks FAQs:

What can I do if my doorknob button is stuck?

This problem usually applies to interior doors because doorknob buttons are not used on exterior doors for a number of reasons. Fortunately, this problem is relatively easy to fix. If the button is stuck in, you can use a number of techniques. You should press the lock button all the way down. Hold it in for a few seconds and then release quickly. It can also help to slide your finger or thumb off the button so that it creates increased pressure to help ‘pop’ the button open.

What to do if my door lock is stuck open?

If your door lock is stuck in the open position, it can make your home vulnerable. When it comes to interior doors, it can compromise your privacy. Different locks can experience this same problem but, of course, the solution will depend on the type of lock itself. Older locks might need to be replaced. If you notice a lot of wear and tear or rust, consider replacing the lock.

What to do if a door knob turns but doesn't open?

When your door handle or knob (with a spring-loaded latch) turns, the latch is retracted. This pulls the spring and compresses it to allow the door to open. In other words, when the knob or handle is in a relaxed state, the spring is extended and this keeps the door shut. Only when the spring is contracted does it allow the door to open. If you turn the doorknob or handle and the door does not open, it can be quite distressing. Fixing the problem will require the door to be opened first.

Why is my door lock jammed?

There may be several reasons why your door lock is jammed: -A broken key inside the lock -Misaligned locks: deadbolts and for single -latch locks -Keyway blocked by dirt -Rusted locks

What to do if your house key won’t turn inside the lock?

A quick fix for a key that won’t turn inside the lock might be simple lubrication. Get a lubricant spray and apply it to the lock to remove dirt and dust. If that doesn’t work, chances are there may be something blocking it, in which case you should call a locksmith. Trying to remove it without proper tools could cause damage to the lock. More severe causes of a key not turning inside the lock are corroded pin or a worn-out pin chamber, which may require a cylinder replacement.

Do you offer entry door lock replacements?

Yes, our team of experienced professionals knows how to replace any entry door lock in a quick and professional manner.

My key doesn’t turn properly, what can I do?

Over time, some locks can “wear down,” making it difficult for you to open the door. In such cases, it is best not to force the key in because that can cause more damage. The smartest thing to do is call your residential locksmith and have them rekey your locks.