Keeping Your Home Safer

Posted on: 18 January 2016

Your home is the one place where you should be able to count on the utmost in security. Whether you are in bed asleep or on vacation, you want to feel as if your home is going to stay secure at all times. However, the reality is that criminals can make their way into any neighborhood and threaten that security. Therefore, you want to make sure you are taking extra precautions to protect your home, your belongings and most of all, your family.
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Making Your New Home Secure Starts At The Front Door

Posted on: 18 January 2016

If you can stop a burglar at your front door, you'll likely dissuade them from trying other ways to get into your home. They prefer a quick and quiet way into your house so they won't be noticed. Soon after you get settled into your new home, check your front door, and all other exterior doors, to make sure you have the greatest security available there. Start with the Lock
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4 Reasons Why You Should Rekey Your Home's Locks

Posted on: 12 January 2016

Your home's locks are needed for protection, but they are often an aspect of security that is forgotten about. You may need to have your locks rekeyed for any of the following 4 reasons. Purchasing A New Home Your realtor will tell you that the very first thing you need to do after purchasing a house is have all of the locks changed. This is because you can never be sure about the total amount of keys out there from the previous homeowners that you didn't get at the closing.
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3 Tips For Keeping Your Vehicle Safe

Posted on: 12 January 2016

Burglars are constantly on the lookout for an easy target. Their goal is to get in and out as quickly as they can. You might not realize just how inviting you are making your vehicle when you leave it outside. To make sure a would-be thief doesn't have a chance to steal your vehicle out from under you, here are a few tips to help you along the way. Keep your vehicle locked at all times.
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