3 Ways to Make Your Large Apartment Building Safer

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You have probably read scary news stories about residents who became trapped in their apartment building after a fire, or perhaps you've heard tales of criminals gaining access to apartment buildings and robbing multiple residents blind. When you own and manage a large apartment building, these stories hit you hard. You worry about your own residents and wonder if you're doing all that you can to keep them safe. Here are three ways you can improve the safety of your large apartment building.

12 March 2019

Your Automotive Locksmith Questions Answered

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The locks on your car can be one of the components that are most prone to suffering malfunctions. When your vehicle locks fail, you can find it impossible to secure your vehicle or to enter it. If you are not prepared for what to do when you encounter problems with your car's locks, this routine problem can be more disruptive and damaging than needed. Is It Cheaper To Simply Break Out Your Car's Window?

1 December 2018

Locked Out Of The House On Your First Time Being Left Alone? 3 Steps That Will Get You Back Inside

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If you're old enough to be left on your own while your parents are out of town, you want to make sure that you do everything right. After all, you don't want your first time left alone to be your last time. Unfortunately, issues can come up, even when you're doing your best to do everything right. One of those issues that can pop up deals with your house keys. You never know when you're going to accidentally lock yourself out of the house.

22 August 2018

What To Look For When Buying A Safe

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If you have decided that you would like to purchase a wholesale safe so you can keep money, guns, or other personal belongings protected, you will need to do some research so you can know just what it is that you are looking for. Here is some information to assist you with that: Check Out Wholesale Dealers The bigger the safe and the better quality it is, the more expensive it can be.

5 April 2018

Securing A House With Keyless Door Locks

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Were you surprised at how easy it was for a burglar to pick the lock on your home entry door to enter your house while you were away? If such an incident were to occur again, the burglar can enter while you are still in the house. For your own safety, you might want to get the locks on all of your entry doors changed to a keyless model that is more difficult to pick open.

20 January 2018

Should You Buy A Car That Has No Key?

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Sometimes they show up at auction. Occasionally, you find one for sale by a private owner. Vehicles must have some kind of key to function, but what happens if you find a nice car for sale that has no key? Should you buy it? It is not at all uncommon for a key to get lost somewhere between car ownership and when the vehicle goes up for sale, and sometimes, this means that you can get a nice vehicle for a really good price.

5 December 2017

Four Things Realtors Should Know About Locks

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As a realtor, your job entails more than just finding and selling homes, but also keeping clients happy and keeping their best interests at heart. One of the most frustrating situations your clients could have to deal with has to do with the locks on their new home. To help with these issues, here are four things you should know: Rekeying is More Affordable: First off, saving your client money is one of your top priorities, which is why you should suggest rekeying their new home rather than having the locks completely replaced once they buy their home.

9 November 2017