Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Tips from Locksmiths: What to Do When You Locked Your Keys in Your Car

There are many reasons why you may accidentally lock your keys in the car. For example, you may set them down for a moment before using the door lock to secure the vehicle. Perhaps you were absentminded when you dropped them in the trunk while getting groceries out of the car. Regardless of the reason why you have locked the keys in the car, you understandably need to get them out soon.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

A Skilled Locksmith Can Help You Install the Best Locks for Your Home

Choosing the best locks for a home can seem like quite a daunting task with the vast options available! With just a bit of preparation and review before shopping, however, it can be simplified. The first step is to consider the types of locks available for your home.

Monday, November 23, 2015

Doors and Door Repair: Just as Important as Locks in Home Security

We all know that the first line of defense of your home is the lock on the door. If you don't have a lock, anyone off of the street can waltz right into your home. In some cases having a poor quality lock can be just as bad as no lock at all. For example, just having a door lock jam and no deadbolt might make a home invasion easier than it would be otherwise. Investing in good quality and properly functioning locks is not an investment that will go to waste. But they are not the only thing you should be aware of.

Monday, November 16, 2015

Tips from Locksmiths: How Homeowners Can Easily Prevent Lock Bumping

If you've turned on the news and are a homeowner you may have heard the term lock-bumping. This term has been around for a while but most homeowners are still not clear on what it is, how dangerous it is or how it can be prevented.

If you own what your locksmith would call a pin tumbler lock you are quite susceptible to lock-bumping. This is a process that professional lock-pickers use to get inside a house to rob it. There are several techniques they can use but a bump-key which corresponds to the lock in question is what's used.