Locked out in Grays?
Keylocksmiths can rescue you! We can be with you quick as a flash to help you gain entry to your home.
We cover the Grays areas 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can come to your home of business in Grays to help you gain access.
Call us on 01375 720150.
Locked out? No problems.
We will help you gain entry to your home as safely as possible, with little or no damage to your existing locks. This means, once you find your keys again, you can still use your existing locks.
Looking for a change of lock?
We can come and change all your locks for you, should you be concerned about security following a key loss. We work quickly and efficiently to ensure your own safety and peace of mind.
Our staff will always carry photo ID to call outs, so you’ll be sure of our professional service at all times of the day or night.
We can also adviser you on all your future security options. We can offer you a FREE survey and quote you for all of individual security needs. If you would like further information on additional security for your home, like roller shutters, garage locks or even bars or grills? We can help.
Dialling Area Code: 01375
Postcode District: RM16, RM17
Surrounding Areas: Chafford Hundred, Chadwell St Mary, North Stifford, Orsett, Badgers Dean, Stifford Clays, Stanford Le Hope, Grays Thurrock
Google Map Of Grays and Surrounding Area
Grays (also known as Grays Thurrock) is the largest town in the borough of Thurrock in Essex. The town is approximately 20 miles to the east of London on the north bank of the River Thames, and 2 miles east of the M25 motorway. Its economy is linked to the Port of London industries, its own offices, retail and Lakeside, West Thurrock.
Samuel Pepys famously recorded in his diary that he visited Grays on 24 September 1665 and apparently bought fish from the local fishermen. Parts of Grays and Chafford Hundred are set within three Victorian chalk pits; the largest two being the Lion Gorge, and the Warren Gorge. Another area of the Chafford Hundred residential development is built on a Victorian landfill site.