Moving to a new home can be exciting, but in order to make your new home feel safe, there are a few precautionary steps you should take when you move. The following ideas can help you prevent break-ins and secure your property. Lock Rekeying Your first step before moving into your new home should be to have all of the locks rekeyed. The previous owner or occupant of t
- You take care of your vehicle for a number of reasons, but you also know that your car may be in danger of theft. In fact, there are an estimated 699,594 automobile thefts a year. Thankfully, you can do something to help protect your vehicle by having your locksmith install a transponder key and system. The following guide will show you why you should consider this sy
- If you need to replace your locks because an ex-partner or ex-roommate has left the building, you may find that the deadbolt is your most difficult lock to remove. However, because you already have all of the necessary holes cut out of the door for a new deadbolt, your new deadbolt installation will go much faster and easier. Here is how you can safely remove your old
- Chances are that you give very little thought to your car keys throughout the day until the time comes when you can't find them. It used to be suggested that car owners make a copy of their car keys and store the copy in the car (which required the car to be unlocked to have access to the key) or put the key in a hide-a-key box and attach it to an area along the botto
- You are running late to work, so you take a fast shower, throw on your clothes, and reach for your keys, which aren't on the bedside table where you know you left them. You make a mad dash through the house, tossing couch pillows and digging through the change jar. Finally, after a twenty-minute scramble, you find them behind the refrigerator, covered in dust bunnies.