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Safety Essentials for Every Home

Safety Essentials for Every Home

You never know when bad weather is going to strike, potentially leaving you without power or forcing you to leave your home to seek shelter elsewhere. Don’t leave your home and family vulnerable during these dangerous times; keep these safety essentials on hand in your home.   List ...
Tips for Choosing a Qualified Locksmith

Tips for Choosing a Qualified Locksmith

Your security is one of the most important things you can have, so it’s important that you only trust your home, automobile, or business lock and key needs to a reputable, qualified locksmith. With so many locksmith companies to choose from, it can be difficult knowing whether ...
Keep Safe in Your New Home

Keep Safe in Your New Home

Do you know exactly who has a key to your new home? If you bought a house that was previously owned, there’s a very real chance that there are copies of your door key floating around somewhere, possibly in the hands of someone who could burglarize your home. Most door locks come ...
Myths and Facts about Key Duplication

Myths and Facts about Key Duplication

The use of duplicated keys is a big problem for business security. In fact, it’s estimated that a whopping 40 percent of non-forced business break-ins are perpetrated using a duplicated key that was meant to be “restricted” from duplication. The unauthorized duplicated keys are bad ...
Top Tips for Improved Business Security

Top Tips for Improved Business Security

You’ve worked hard to build your business, so don’t take risks with your business security. Here are some top tips for improved business security that can help you address your own security needs.   Perform regular security audits   If you’ve never had ...
Six Home Security Tips

Six Home Security Tips

No matter how safe your neighborhood is, the unfortunate reality is that criminals do not discriminate and nowhere is 100% safe. It is always better to be too cautious when it comes to the safety of yourself and your loved ones. Here are some simple, yet effective ways to make your ...

Office Security Tips

With the changing nature of businesses, due to the technological advancement, it is crucial to ensure that companies are prepared for security threats. Due to the innovations in business and technology alike, the threats have also become quite effective and innovative.   The ...

The Most Common Ways Burglars Enter Homes

To have an idea what home security is all about, you must first understand how burglars think, what they look for and how they behave. An average burglar fears getting caught the most. Hence, he looks for an easy target, a house that can be easily entered, such as through an open ...

Tips for Improving Your Business Security

You’ve probably invested a lot of time and energy into making your business a success, so why would you want to leave it vulnerable to thieves? Securing your business against theft, from both employees and people outside your company, just makes good sense. Here are some simple ...
Understand Key Duplication

Understand Key Duplication

You want to have a copy of a key made, but it’s not always as easy as going to the hardware store and getting one cut. When it comes to key duplication, there are a few things that consumers must understand before they can get their duplicates made.   House and Business ...
How to Prevent Home Break-Ins

How to Prevent Home Break-Ins

Home break-ins are traumatic, but preventable, crimes of opportunity. You may think there’s little you can do to make your home less of a target for thieves, but that’s not true. Criminals are looking for a home that’s easy to access, empty, and one in which they can take their time ...
The Importance of Re-Keying Your Home

The Importance of Re-Keying Your Home

In the excitement of moving into a new home, there’s one thing that you must remember to do if you want to keep your home and belongings secure. Re-keying your locks is one of the very first things you should do, preferably before you ever even unpack the first moving box.   Why ...