Broken Key Stuck In The Lock? Here’s How To Get Out Of That Jam

25 May 2016
 Categories: , Articles

After a long day at work or a long night out, the last thing you'd want when you arrive home is to break your key inside of your door lock. It's a common problem that often prompts homeowners to call their locksmith, which could cost $35 to $250 according to recent CostHelper estimates. Before you pick up that phone, however, you'll want to try some of the tips and tricks mentioned below. Read More 

3 Tips To Keep Your Home Protected

2 February 2016
 Categories: , Articles

Door locks are one of your first lines of defense against intruders. However, with many ways to overcome standard door locks, you should consider additional strategies to keep your home protected. Keep Your Keys In Sight With the evolution of technology, you can never be too careful with your keys. You may assume the biggest danger is someone stealing your keys, but you should also be concerned about people who can sneakily take pictures and turn these pictures into physical keys. Read More 

4 Lock Options For Making A Co-Working Space More Secure

27 January 2016
 Categories: , Articles

Co-working is a rising trend across the country as more and more people turn to freelancing and need affordable office space for occasional use. If you've got an empty building, transforming it into basic office spaces can bring in a flow of cash, but only when you can keep unauthorized users out. Use these five high-tech lock options to manage who comes and goes in your co-working building and protect the sensitive information and equipment of your clients. Read More 

Make Sure Your Business’ Emergency Exit Doors Are Secure – And Follow Fire Codes

27 January 2016
 Categories: , Articles

All businesses need to protect their assets from burglars, but theft isn't the only danger they must guard against. When having locks installed on emergency exit doors, companies also need to be cognizant of the potential danger that a building fire presents. Specifically, they should install only one lock on emergency exit doors, and therefore, the lock should be of the highest quality. If you own a business that has a building, here's how to make sure its doors are secure without violating fire codes. Read More