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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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Three Things You Can Do To Maintain Your Safe

A personal safe can be an invaluable item in your home. Not only can it store extra money for emergencies, you can also use it for important financial documents and expensive belongings. While you may assume that your safe needs no maintenance whatsoever, that is not the case. While internal components are lubricated and should not need any work, there are some things you can do to make sure that your safe continues to open properly and does not become corroded. Read More 

Avoiding The Dealership: How To Save Money On Car Key Replacement

Car dealerships are not typically known for their low prices on services, and the cost of car key replacement is no different. Today's car keys often include computer chips and other technology that make simply cutting a new, inexpensive key impossible. The cost of getting a key replaced at a dealership can cost $200 to $300 or more, depending on your car's make and model. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to avoid sticker shock at the dealership and still get the key repair or replacement you need. Read More 

Four Tips For Summer Security At Home

Don't be taken advantage of this summer! Follow your locksmith's recommended instructions for security system use and use these four tips to help protect your house from a break-in. 1. Leave blinds down when you're away.  This idea is similar to the strategy of hiding valuables in the glove compartment of your car. Whether you're running errands, on vacation, or away at work, open blinds invite people to look inside while you're away. Read More 

Three Tips To Help You Avoid Losing Your Work Keys

Your plan is to visit the office on the weekend to do some last-minute preparation for your big meeting on Monday, but when you go to unlock the door, you realize your work keys are nowhere to be found. On one hand, you might be nervous to share the news with your manager who will likely have to to arrange for a locksmith, like the ones at  Irvine Lock & Key, to change the building's locks. Read More 

Could Someone Else Have Your Car Key? Modern Technology Means It’s Possible

You might think you know all the steps to protecting your car from thieves. Parking in a well-lit area, keeping the doors locked at all times, and having an alarm can all help protect your car from criminals. Unfortunately, with new technology comes new methods of car theft. Unless your car is protected from key theft, it may not be as safe as you think. Key Blueprint Apps and Online Locksmiths Read More