Locksmith or Dealership?

Locksmith or Dealership?

There is no feeling of panic worse than walking to your car only to realize you have lost your keys or for whatever reason they are not working! It is never advisable to try and break into your car yourself. Between anti-theft systems and modern key technology, it...
Does My Auto Insurance Cover Locksmith Work?

Does My Auto Insurance Cover Locksmith Work?

Automobile keys aren’t what they used to be. Gone are the solid metal keys cut to a specific vehicle. Today’s keys include a fob that is programmed to the vehicle and in fact may not include a traditional key at all. Even if your older car does have a traditional key,...
Home Security at Christmas

Home Security at Christmas

The holidays are a time for celebrating and gift-giving. They are also a prime opportunity for thieves and burglars to strike. New and unopened gifts (especially those delivered to a porch) are enticing opportunities. But you can protect your home, family, and...
Property Manager’s Guide to Locksmithing

Property Manager’s Guide to Locksmithing

Managing even one, let alone multiple properties demands secured access to numerous areas. From the maintenance shed to apartment 4B, a property manager is responsible for ensuring the right people (and ONLY the right people) have access to a space. People are...
Your Car’s Fob

Your Car’s Fob

Once upon a time, a car had two simple keys; one for the doors/trunk and one for the ignition. As long as you had the keys in your possession, you were all set! Today’s vehicles rely on the transmission technology of a fob to open and even start the vehicle. A lost or...
Your Gun Is Safe If It’s In A Safe

Your Gun Is Safe If It’s In A Safe

Between locks and alarms, we go to great lengths to protect our valuables. And there is no shortage of products available to help us do that! Yet according to Los Angeles Times survey, less than ½ of all gun owners store their weapons securely. This means more than...