While your family is excited about moving into your new home, it is important that you first take steps to prevent theft when you are away. Thankfully, there are many actions you can take to ensure that the home is safe and no one will be able to break in while you are away at work, including each of these four things: 1. Change All Existing Door Locks and Install Deadbolts and Steel-Core Exterior Doors
4 May 2017
One of the worst things that can happen to your office is a theft. When a burglar steals some of your products and equipment that are essential to run your business, you have both a property loss and business productivity loss on your hands. One of the best ways to avoid the situation is to make sure that your office is secure to begin with; here are some ideas on how to make sure that's the case.
28 April 2017
If you're the type of person who often locks himself or herself out of the car, you may find that you're frequently calling your local auto locksmith for help. Whether you're in the driveway of your home, parked elsewhere, and regardless of what time it is, your local auto locksmith will arrive to help you get back into your car and back on your way. It's useful to evaluate the auto locksmith who arrives—if you find one that you're happy with, you can confidently call this person each time you run into trouble, rather than look up different numbers and try to decide who to call.
25 April 2017
Becoming a homeowner comes with a new set of responsibilities. When living in an apartment, you might have a roommate or two to rely on for opening the door when you forget your keys. It may also be possible to stop by the office when you lock the door behind you and the keys are still in your unit. This may be your main motivation for trying to figure out ways to avoid locking yourself out of your own home.
19 April 2017
Although your home's security system may give you a feeling of safety, the majority of its features won't actually keep you safe from an intruder that's already breached your home. For this reason, you must take preventative measures to keep an intruder from ever breaching your home's perimeter. Here are four residential perimeter breaches that can be secured by your local residential locksmith: Door Windows Windows on and around your doors are a serious problem if your door locks only have a single cylinder.
4 March 2015