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Exploring Hidden Safe Options

Hello everyone, my name is Chantelle Olpeck. Welcome to my site about safes. When I moved into a bad area, I was unsure how I should store all of my vintage jewelry. I had pieces passed down from my great grandmother that I never wanted to lose. I contacted a locksmith to talk about all of the options for a secure safe. I knew that people in my area were not beyond ripping the safe off the floor and leaving with the entire thing. As a result, I chose to have a hidden safe installed under the floorboards. The safe keeps my jewelry secure in the event of theft or a fire. When you look at the floor the safe is installed below, you can't even tell it is the right location. I will use this site to teach others how to keep their valuables secure with a hidden safe.

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Should You Switch To Biometric Access Control?

Biometric access control is the use of biometric factors — in other words, biological characteristics — to allow access to a building, room, or other area or object. Biometric factors can include voice recognition, fingerprints and handprints, and more. Places that need very good security often use biometric access instead of cards or codes because it's impossible to lend a body part to someone to get past biometric security. If your company is upgrading its access controls, biometric options may be under consideration. Read More 

4 Steps to Effectively Installing a Mortise Lock System

When it comes to keeping your home safe, you should have a deadbolt on all your exterior doors. There are different types of deadbolts, though. There is a tubular lock, where the latch bolt and the dead blot are in two separate holes inside your door frame. Then there is a mortise lock, where a steel box is placed inside your door frame and the latch bolt and deadbolt both fit inside the steel box located inside one hole in your door frame. Read More 

Get Back Inside Of Your Vehicle

Walking out of your office on a Friday afternoon and realizing that you do not have your car keys at your disposal, since you accidentally locked them inside of your vehicle, can cause immediate worry about how you are going to meet another obligation that you previously planned. Don't attempt to break into your vehicle, which could cause damage that could be expensive to repair. Contact a locksmith to aid you in the key recovery efforts and make plans that will prevent another situation like this from occurring. Read More 

3 Problems To Watch For With Your Residential Locks

Locks are among the most basic types of safety devices you have installed in your home. Residential locks come in many different styles and forms, but all of the locks on the market today have the potential to malfunction if they are not maintained properly. Being aware of some of the most common problems that plague residential locks will help you better manage the locks in your home to maximize your personal safety in the future. Read More 

3 Reasons Breaking into Your Own Home Because You’re Locked Out Is Not a Good Idea

In a moment of absentmindedness, you grab your belongings and are off to the car, your door locking and closing behind you and the keys you need to get back in still sitting in wait on the kitchen counter. If you are like the majority of people who accidentally lock themselves out of the house, your first reaction will be to do what you have to do to get back inside and retrieve your keys, whether it is trying to shimmy a credit card into the lock or tracking down an unlocked window. Read More