What To Do After Your Home Has Been Broken Into: Steps To Take

Posted on: 17 October 2016

As a homeowner, one of the biggest concerns that you will have on a regular basis is the possibility of someone getting into your home that you do not want to be there. Break-ins do happen all the time across the country and it can be a home owner's worst nightmare to experience that for themselves. However, you also need to be prepared for what to do when your home has been broken into so that you can be sure that you follow the proper procedures and protect your home and your family moving forward. [Read More]

3 Ways A Locksmith Can Help Motorhome Owners

Posted on: 14 October 2016

Do you own a motorhome? Perhaps you bought it to explore, and it may save you a tremendous amount of money on lodging when you travel. Some people buy motorhomes because they enjoy camping and exploring nature, but they dislike the idea sleeping in tents. For these individuals, motorhomes seemingly save them from the inconvenience of having to be bothered with bugs, bad weather, or security threats when they are deep in the woods for days at a time. [Read More]

How To Fix A Stuck Deadbolt

Posted on: 13 October 2016

A jammed deadbolt can pose a major security issues, since you won't be able to properly lock up your home anymore. Instead of struggling with the lock as you try to force it, which may only make the problem worse, learn how to fix it. Then you will never be stuck again when your lock jams. Step #1: Clean out the lock cylinder Debris enters the deadbolt each time you put a key inside, since keys are rarely cleaned. [Read More]

Signs Your Home Is Vulnerable To Break-Ins

Posted on: 12 October 2016

While we all hope to be safe from break-ins, there are some undeniable signs that your home could be a target on your block. Here are some potential ways that you are vulnerable, along with how you can fix the issue.  You Don't Have an Alarm System  One way that you can counteract this is to install a home alarm system and make sure it's know to the public. Place signs in your yard from your home security company. [Read More]