• How to Burglar Proof Your Doors and Windows

    When you think about the threat burglars pose against your home’s security, it’s like the threat increases every day. Different burglars use different methods to get into your home and no matter how many cameras you have installed around the home, if your doors and windows aren’t burglar-proof, there’s almost nothing that will keep them out! In this post, we’re going to be outlining how you van burglar-proof your doors and windows to make sure that you’re doing your best at keeping the burglars out, and you and your family, safe inside! #1: Leave nothing see-throughOne of the things that make people’s homes a target for burglars is when the…

  • Keys Stuck in Ignition? Here are 5 Things You Need to Retrieve It!

    There’s almost nothing worse than being late for something, having one foot out of your car when you realize that your car keys are stuck in the ignition! It’s a problem most of us think we would never really have to deal with until it happens to us! This will leave you stuck in your car because you can’t lock it, and you can’t leave it there with the key in the ignition either! However, you’re not stuck there forever. As “permanent” as the situation might seem, it isn’t. There are several steps you can take to get your keys back, so you can get on with your day as…

  • Essential security tips for apartment buildings

    Whenever we usually talk about home security, the conversation seems to be focused on people who live in houses. There’s not a lot of information on how people who live in apartment buildings can secure their homes. Just because the home isn’t directly on the floor, doesn’t mean that it’s never going to be broken into. There are lots of ways burglars can get into your apartment, even if you’re on a high floor! The great thing is, securing an apartment building isn’t that different than securing a regular home, there are just a few things you need to keep in mind and your apartment will be safe from intruders!…

  • What to Consider When Choosing the Best Combination Locks?

    While some people prefer carrying their lock’s key, most people who have trouble keeping track of a key throughout the day or simply don’t want to guard a tiny key everywhere they go, prefer using combination locks instead.  Combination locks work similarly to how a regular lock does. You click it in place and it will stay put until you, the owner of the lock, come back to unlock it! The only difference is that instead of needing a key to unlock it, you’ll have to remember the right combination. The combination is set by you when you first buy the lock. It’s either a series of numbers or symbols…