Two Ways To Prevent Getting Locked Out Of Your Shop

Losing the keys to your shop can be a serious matter. It may delay your opening in the morning and cause you to lose money. You might not be able to lock your shop at night until a locksmith comes and changes the lock, which is an inconvenience. It's a good idea to plan in advance for such an occurrence because keys have a way of getting lost at the worst of times. Read More 

Four Car Security Tips

Car makers take care to do everything that they can to make your car as theft proof as possible. But thieves are working just as hard to find ways to break into your car. You need to also work hard and do everything you can to secure your vehicle and make sure you are not an easy target. Chose the Most Secure Parking Possible When you park your car, look for the most secure option possible. Read More 

2 Reasons To Hire A Residential Locksmith

A residential locksmith is a very useful individual, mostly because they are able to help you with a wide range of services related to the locking mechanisms of your home, such as being able to get you back into your home if you lock yourself out or replacing your current locks with more durable and secure options. Listed below are two reasons to hire a residential locksmith. Replace Your Locks After A Roommate Moves Out Read More 

Here’s How To Take Care Of Your Commercial Door

Commercial doors are an expensive asset when you choose doors that are both secure and long-lasting. Taking care of commercial doors just takes a little bit of effort; here are some of the most important aspects of door care and maintenance.  Don't Prop Doors Open Propping open a door can cause damage in many ways. For one, if the door isn't meant to be held open in that position, it can affect the hinges and the door's alignment. Read More 

Using ID Cards To Improve Workplace Safety

With public shootings seemingly on the rise, improving the overall security of your company's commercial space should be a top priority. Paying close attention to the type of access your employees have can be the first step when it comes to ensuring the safety of your business. Switching from a traditional key system to a system based on ID cards for access can be beneficial. Here are three ways that using ID cards can improve workplace safety in the future. Read More