Maintenance Schedules for Your Business's Locks

Posted on: 10 August 2015
The security of your business, especially after hours, is highly dependent upon the condition of the locks. Consider lock maintenance a regular chore and add it to your regularly scheduled maintenance list. The following list can help you keep your locks, and therefore your security, at peak condition. Daily Add these chores to your daily lock and security maintenance checks. Make sure all employees are trained in what to look for when they are working on their daily tasks lists so that nothing is missed.
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What To Do If You Lose Your Car Keys

Posted on: 31 July 2015
Lost car keys can result in a major panic, especially if you don't have a spare. Fortunately, you may be able to get a same-day replacement. The following guide can help. Gather Your Info Before making any calls, gather as much information about your car as possible. You will definitely need the make, model, mode year, and VIN (Vehicle Identification Number). The locksmith uses this information to make a new key.
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Simple Yet Effective Changes Your Business Needs To Stay Secure

Posted on: 27 July 2015
Protecting your business is a top priority, but you want simple methods for keeping your business and employees safe. Luckily, you can make some simple yet effective changes that will help you accomplish your goal. Customized Locks and Keys Many business owners rely on deadbolts for securing their doors. However, smart thieves can make a copy of your key by using an online company. The online company makes a copy of the key from a picture and then ships the key to the person that ordered it.
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3 Reasons Why A Transponder Car Key Really Is Worth It

Posted on: 23 July 2015
In the past, it was simple to have a spare key made for your vehicle. Just as you would if you were making a spare key for your home, you could simply take your key to a local hardware store to have a copy made. Then, you could give one to a family member or keep it in a safe place in case you locked yourself out of your car or in case someone else needed to have easy access to your vehicle.
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