What To Look For In A Gun Safe

Posted on: 15 May 2020

The first thing you need to do is assess what you need in a gun safe. If you live in a flood prone area, for example, you might want to invest in a safe that is watertight. And, in all honesty, it's hard to argue against a safe that's fire-resistant or fireproof. There are areas that are more prone to wild fires, of course, and people who live there will want to be sure to invest in a fireproof gun safe. [Read More]

3 Signs You Need An Emergency Lockout Service

Posted on: 8 October 2019

Pretty much everyone will lock themselves out of their home or car at some point in their lives, but most of the time, you will not have to call an emergency lockout service for help even though they are ready and waiting. Usually, people have a spare key someone can bring them, a window they can crawl through, or even a slim-jim car unlocking tool to shimmy into their car window and pop a lock. [Read More]

Changing Your Lock And Safe Combinations When You Own A Business

Posted on: 4 November 2016

If you want to succeed in business, it's important to keep your property safe. If you are wondering whether you should change the locks, or change the combination of your safe, then it is probably time to do so. The money you spend changing your current lock situation is worth it. Whether you have just moved into a property, or suffered from a break-in, it isn't going to hurt you to change your safe combination or your locks at any time. [Read More]

How To Get The Most Out Of Locksmith Services

Posted on: 3 November 2016

If you find yourself in locked out of your home or car, just call a locksmith. Locksmith services are easy to locate, and provide seamless service. While there is a little DIY personality in all of us, using these services are best, because you never know what could go wrong. When you call for services, the technician will ask a few questions pertaining to your situation. If you are locked out of your car, they will ask what year, make, and model, as well as what type of key you use (like standard, push start, or key fob). [Read More]