Keep Your Home Safe And Free Of Break-Ins

Posted on: 9 February 2016

When you move into a new house you want to make sure you go through it to verify that it is going to offer your family a safe and secure living environment. Along with making sure the roof, plumbing and electrical all appears to be functioning properly, you also want to be sure the house is protected against break-ins. You can follow the advice offered here to help create a more secure home for your family. [Read More]

6 Ways To Increase The Security Of Your Home

Posted on: 13 August 2015

The thought of a stranger breaking to your home and threatening your family members is pretty terrifying. The reality is, however, that burglaries can occur in the nicest neighborhoods, so it is important to do everything you can to protect your family. Here are six ways to increase the security of your home. Do not Hide Your Key in Your Mailbox Many homeowners keep a spare key in their mailbox in case they lock themselves out. [Read More]

Is Your Child Ready For Their Own Set Of Keys?

Posted on: 13 March 2015

As your children grow from preschoolers to teenagers, you give them more freedoms. Once a child becomes a teenager one of the freedoms often discussed is giving the child their own set of house keys. This allows the child to stay home alone and somewhat go and come as they please. Giving your child their first set of keys is a big step. It's not a decision you want to jump up and make without thoughtful consideration. [Read More]

What You Should Know About Picking A Deadbolt

Posted on: 4 March 2015

Making the mistake of not having an extra key to your house can be frustrating when you accidentally lock yourself out. However, there is nothing to worry about when you know how to pick a deadbolt in the same fashion as a locksmith. In this article, learn what you should know about picking deadbolt locks in case you don't want to wait for a locksmith to arrive. What Should Be Known About Picking Deadbolt Locks? [Read More]