Understanding What A Locksmith Does

  • 3 Tips To Keep Yourself Safe From Identity Theft When Moving

    25 August 2015

    When you and your family pack up your belongings and move to your new home, you will probably be dealing with enough stress already. This means that the last thing that you probably want to deal with is the potential of having your identity stolen. Unfortunately, however, this major life change can actually put you at risk of ID theft. Luckily, following a few tips during and after your move can help keep you safe.

  • Two Types Of Locks That Can Help Make Your Home Or Business More Secure

    22 August 2015

    Keeping your home or business secure starts with having good locks on your doors.  There are a number of new locks on the market that can help prevent an intruder from gaining access to your belongings.  Learning more about your lock options can help you determine if you should change your locks today. Restricted Keyway Locks Are Perfect For Businesses One of the best types of locks for businesses is the restricted keyway lock.

  • Locked Out of Your Vehicle? Here's 4 Ways to Get You Back In

    21 August 2015

    At one point in time or another, you or someone you know of has probably found themselves on the other side of a car door staring inside at car keys that got locked in. Thankfully, you don't have to break the glass or immediately call a locksmith. There are a few safe methods to get your keys out so you can get back on the road. Shoelaces are for More Than Shoes

  • Is Your Teen Taking a Car to College? What They Need to Be Prepared For

    21 August 2015

    If your teen driver is heading off to college and you worry about how responsible they'll be with their vehicle while they are away, there are a few things you'll want to consider. You'll want to talk with them about the possible things that may occur while they're away and how to deal with them. If your teen deals with the following problems correctly, it could end up saving you a lot of money.

  • 3 Types of Physical Access Systems for Your Sensitive Data

    20 August 2015

    Does your business store sensitive data that could be dangerous if it fell into the wrong hands? Is it financial or medical data, or perhaps highly secretive business intelligence? Regardless of whether the information is stored digitally or on paper, your security plan should start in the physical realm. There's a lot of attention placed on hacking and digital security breaches. However, even in the digital age, it's still very possible for someone to access your data through physical intrusion.

  • Buying a New Home? Get Those Locks Replaced!

    20 August 2015

    Holding the keys to your new home in the palm of your hand for the first time can be a proud and exciting moment, but before you get moved in and settled, consider who else might be holding a copy of those keys. Even if the previous owners say they've turned over all the keys, you can't be 100 percent sure that there aren't others floating around. Hiring a locksmith to replace the locks can give you peace of mind and let you return your focus to the fun aspects of moving into a new home.