When it comes to home security, you want to know you have taken all the steps that you can to secure it. It would be nice if everyone could simply sleep with their doors unlocked and not worry about anything happening. However, the truth is that it's important to instead make sure your home is locked up nice and tight so you can trust that your family and your belongings are going to be kept safe when you are away and when you are asleep. [Read More]
3 Tips For Constructing A Small Residential Safe Room
Creating a safe room in your home is a major step in improving your safety. Although constructing an entire safe room may not be in your budget or work with the construction of your home, there are ways you can create a smaller version. Focus On Basics Since a true safe room would require significant construction and is typically located on the lower level of your home, you may want to fortify existing areas in your home. [Read More]
Lock Out Key Loss: Three Way To Stop Employees From Losing Company Keys
Employees are a company's greatest asset, but they can be a company's biggest liability too. Allowing your employees access to keys that unlock exterior and interior doors at your place of business increases the risk an unauthorized person will gain entrance to the building or sensitive information, because someone will inevitably lose his or her key. Although it's not possible to completely eliminate this risk, here are three ways to help your employees keep track of the keys. [Read More]
Key Duplicating Technology: What Is It And Is It A Safer Way To Make Keys?
New locksmith technology now makes it possible for companies and residents to order duplicates of their keys online in case they lose them. If you want to prevent the loss of your company's keys, you may take advantage of this new key duplicating technology to replace yours. However, you may want to reconsider doing so. Because the technology occurs online, thieves may have a way to intercept images of your keys by tapping or hacking your Internet or the app technology used to store or hold images of your keys until you need to access or make new keys. [Read More]