25 August 2016
When you become locked out of your home or vehicle, a mobile locksmith is a godsend. They can get you back inside of your car or house in a hurry so you're able to proceed on with your daily plans. However, because lockouts typically happen at the most inopportune times, you may find that you're strapped for cash and can't come up with enough money to pay the fee. Don't let tight finances keep you from getting the help you need.
1 August 2016
Touch bars and narrow-stile exit devices—those levers and bars you press to open a door in an office building—seem to be almost the same except for their designed look. However, they do have some distinct differences that can influence the situations in which the devices are used. Part of this is a safety issue, while the cosmetic side of the debate isn't something you can ignore, either. Glass Doors and Accidents
11 July 2016
If you have just moved into a new home, it would be wise to change your locks. Changing locks can be tricky, so it is always best to leave it up to a professional locksmith to do the job for you. Below is a list of topics to cover when searching for a locksmith. Better Business Bureau Having to replace your locks can be very stressful. Don't add to the stress by assuming that all locksmiths are the same and then finding out otherwise.
24 May 2016
The key to avoiding getting locked out of your own house in the future is preparation. If you've managed to get back in this time only with a lot of effort and the help of locksmith services, your goal now should be to avoid that outcome in the future. Here are a few ways to avoid being locked out in the future that are safe. Saved Key Designs at a Hardware Store
29 April 2016
Securing your business against criminals should be a major concern. However, it is a fact of life that there are many business owners that are not particularly aware of the steps that will need to be taken to protect against this threat. Often, this can be due to believing a couple of misconceptions about the locks that your business uses. Myth: Locks Do Not Need Routine Maintenance It can be easy to overlook your locks until they encounter problems.
6 April 2016
If you would like to make sure that you are never unable to get back into your house when you lock yourself out, you will want to hide a spare key. See the following suggestions for discreet places to hide your key: In The Bottom Of A Bird Feeder Most criminals who are looking to get into a house will not take the time to dig through a bird feeder in hopes that you will have a spare key there.
29 February 2016
Did you just purchase a home but you are worried about the security and the safety of the property? If you haven't made any changes to make the property safer and you aren't sure where to start, you'll want to contact a locksmith. A locksmith (like those at Timberline Locksmith Service) is actually a security professional and having them survey the property and make the necessary changes is going to help you feel safe at home.