After losing my house keys for the 20th time last month, I decided to make a big change in how I secure my home. For my safety and to protect my valuables, I found a locksmith in my area who specializes in keyless locks. A keyless systems keeps absentminded people like me safe. The system is easy to use and doesn't require any type of key to secure my home. If you keep losing your house or car keys, see a locksmith. My blog offers tips on how to select the right security locks and systems for your home and car, as well as advice on how to stay safe if you lose your keys before you install a new security system. Thanks for reading and stay safe.
21 September 2015
Coming home to shattered windows or a kicked in door and missing belongings is a terrible feeling. Not only do home break-ins lead to monetary loss, but they can also create a feeling of violation that is hard to shake afterward. The best way to handle home break-ins is to take proactive steps to prevent them from happening in the first place. With break-ins occurring every 13 seconds in the U.
2 September 2015
Just because you might be extremely diligent in locking your door, it doesn't mean that you're safe from burglaries. A home burglary occurs every 13 seconds in the U.S. The condition that the locks are in will affect whether your house is a likely target. Most homeowners spend a lot of time fussing over the locks without even spending any time on the lock plate. Unknown to many, the condition of the lock plate can have a huge affect on how secure your home is.
25 August 2015
Parents of small children know how easy it is to forget something or misplace something, especially when trying to keep up with a small child or baby and all of the "stuff" that seems to be required when leaving the house. In the hustle and bustle of it all, it can be terrifyingly easy to find yourself locked out of your home or car with your keys still inside, and your child inside, too.