What is the Best Lock for The Front Door?

Most burglars, before breaking in, will casually knock on the front door to confirm if someone is in. This explains why most burglars access the house through the front door more than any other place. To enhance the security of your home, you need to choose an...

Key Management Systems: All You Need to Know

Their main purpose of restricting certain areas from unauthorized access, is what makes keys a security concern. Because of their small size, keys are easily misplaced, stolen and even duplicated without the owner’s knowledge. While it may be simple to take care of a...

Enhancing Child Car Safety

As parents, we fret over all manner of choices that tap into the instinct of keeping our children alive, whole, and protected. We will quickly heed to warnings about crib bumpers and lead paints. We will also put locks on cabinets when we have crawling babies. Not to...

How to Secure Your Garage

A garage door is a critical asset to any home. Not just will it render the convenience of entering your house by simply pushing a button, it also enhances your home’s curb appeal. We use the garage on a daily basis to rapidly access or exit our home. The garage door...

The Psychology Behind How Burglars Work

Does your home seem to have some swirling, lingering scents in the air that attracts burglars(figuratively)? What is that little something ″special” that’s making your home so attractive to thieves? To protect your home from burglars, you first need to understand how...

What to Do When Your Lock Is Frozen

It’s a winter wonderland: snow falling, mitts and scarves, and frozen locks. The smallest amount of water can completely freeze up a lock, keeping you out of your car or home and stuck in the cold. Let’s operate under the assumption that not everyone carries de-icer...