One of the most annoying things that can happen with your vehicle is that you break or lose your key or key fob, mostly because replacing those items can often be inconvenient or expensive. Listed below are three car key replacement options to consider that can make the whole process easier and more convenient for you. Auto Locksmith An auto locksmith can often be a great resource for replacing your lost car keys in many cases, usually because they can replace most types of car keys for a fraction of the cost that you would typically spend at a dealership to order a new key.
1 March 2016
Many drivers lock their keys in their vehicle at some point during their driving career. Unless you keep a spare set of keys in your wallet, it can be almost impossible to gain access to a vehicle once the keys are locked inside. Partnering with an emergency locksmith could be a simple solution for getting you back on the road again. Here are three reasons why calling a locksmith the next time your keys are locked in your car can be beneficial.
5 January 2016
In a hurry and your mind full of everything that needs to be done at the end of the day, it is all too easy to absentmindedly leave your keys in your car and slam the door shut behind you. Unfortunately, these situations can leave you in some fairly alarming scenarios as a driver--especially when it's late at night, but even worse if it's late at night and you are in a strange place.
26 December 2015
With expensive gifts being bought and stored on your property, home security is more important than ever at the holidays. Unfortunately, many homes have weak locks at their home entry points, making breaking in an easy task for many experienced intruders and burglars. Knowing how to protect your home with lock rekeying services can help you avoid a home invasion and burglary. Change Your Front Door Deadbolt Consumer Reports recommends that your front door deadbolt should have a 1-inch-long deadbolt, reinforced metal box strike and 3-inch-long screws holding the lock into place on the door jamb.
26 December 2015
If you are locked out of your home, the most obvious solution is to contact a locksmith, like the ones at The Lock Shop. However, if you do not want to wait for a locksmith to arrive, you may want to find other ways that you can get inside your home. Breaking A Window The worst approach is to break a window. However, if there is an emergency, such as if you have a little one inside who could be put in danger, you may want to break a window.
23 December 2015
If a burglar can't easily get past the lock on your front door, they will likely give up and go to another house. They want to get in quickly without being seen and with a minimum of noise. A lock that forces them to smash it or saw through it to get in is too much trouble. Here are the different deadbolt designs for your home that are sure to frustrate any home burglar.
22 December 2015
Remember when your kids were babies and you'd travel with things like extra diapers, changes of clothes, baby food and toys to keep them occupied? Now that your kids are driving, it's extra important to make sure that all of your family cars are stocked with the things that you or your family members might need in case of an emergency, whether it's a small one or a large one.
17 December 2015