How to Choose the Best Home Safe

2 December 2015
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In recent years, people have turned more and more to having home safes. Some people may no longer trust the banks with their money after the recent recessions and prefer to keep large amounts of cash at home. Others will have seen large increases in burglaries in the area and will want to protect their valuable possessions by hiding them away under lock and key. There is no doubt that when you know that your possessions are safe, when you are away on holidays or simply out at the shops, that you will have a lot greater peace of mind. Read More 

How to Prevent Your Car’s Keyless Entry System from Being Compromised

23 November 2015
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Keyless entry systems offer car owners a very convenient way to access their cars without pushing a key into the door locks. However, criminals have also upgraded their methods to compromise these locking systems. This article discusses some steps that you can take to prevent your car's keyless locking system from being compromised. Install a Proximity Chip Some keyless entry systems do not require the car owner to press a button in order to lock or open a car. Read More 

What You Need to Know About Becoming a Locksmith

18 November 2015
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One of the trades available in the construction industry is locksmithing, a field which extends far beyond the key cutting kiosks you often see in shopping centers. Below is some of the most essential information about entering the trade. What Does Locksmithing Involve? In addition to cutting keys, you will be required to make, maintain and install security devices in homes, such as window bars, deadlocks, keyless entry locks and alarm systems. Read More 

Why You Should Never Hire An Uninsured Locksmith

17 November 2015
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Hiring an uninsured locksmith is like handing over your house keys to a stranger. If something goes wrong, you'll have nobody to blame but yourself. While not every uninsured locksmith is a crook trying to swindle you out of cash, taking a chance could leave you liable for damages. When choosing a locksmith, making sure they have valid insurance is crucial. In fact, as soon as they arrive on your doorstep, the first thing you should ask them is to see a copy of their insurance papers. Read More 

Home Safety | 3 Actionable Steps To Undertake When a Burglar Enters Your Home

6 November 2015
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A burglar breaking into your home is perhaps one of the most frightening prospects, but the most important thing is to stay as calm as possible, even if your heart is pounding loudly against your chest. Stay as quiet as you possibly can to assess the level of danger you may be in. Be sure to focus on protecting yourself and your family, and forget about your belongings. Burglars are usually more interested in robberies, not other crimes. Read More