Learning About Locksmith Tools and Services

3 Things to Consider When Buying Smart Door Locks for Loved Ones With Disabilities

For the average person, operating a regular keyed lock requires little to no physical effort. However, for people with disabilities, the mere act of opening a conventional door lock can be challenging or impossible. If you have loved ones with physical or mental disabilities, you can ease this task by replacing regular locks with smart locks. However, these locks come with varying features for different needs. Thus, before buying smart locks, consider these crucial factors. Read More 

The Basics Of Dealing With Lost Auto Keys

One of the most common calls that many locksmiths receive is for lost car keys. No matter what the reason for losing your keys, the approach to replacing them will vary depending on the type of key that you're dealing with. Understanding what to expect can help you to be prepared. Here's a look at what you need to know about lost auto keys and how your locksmith can help you. Read More 

Dementia, Wandering, And Your Home’s Security

When you're the caregiver for a loved one with dementia, you may have to contend with the fact that your loved one will start to wander off. This wandering is a common aspect of the condition, and while you don't want to lock down your home and turn it into a maximum security prison, you'll want to prevent this wandering. This can be addressed by securing your home.   Your Locks Read More 

Why Commercial Property Owners Should Install Panic Bars On Their Doors

It's pretty common today for commercial doors to have panic bars on them. This component is essentially a long bar in the middle of the door that people can press to move to the other side. Installing these bars on your commercial doors is a good idea for various reasons. More Convenient to Use When people need to get through a commercial door during an emergency, such as a fire, there need to be easy exit controls on your commercial doors. Read More 

Did You Buy A New House But Can’t Get In After Closing? Call A Locksmith Today

If you have just moved into a new home and the keys that were left for you do not work, it is time to call a locksmith. Not only do you want to get inside the property you just took ownership of, but you also want to change out all the locks. It is important to protect your property and make it as safe as possible. Here are some of the things to go over with the locksmiths that can help with your residential property. Read More 

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Learning About Locksmith Tools and Services

Hi, my name is Yonni Pluthers. Several months after my daughter was born, the fire alarm in our new apartment started going off. Since it was a building alarm, we all had to immediately evacuate and wait for the fire department to clear the structure. I rushed out of the apartment with my daughter in my arms and closed the door behind me. Unfortunately, the knob lock was activated and I did not have my keys. Upon returning to my home, I found my door firmly locked. I called a locksmith and waited for her outside. I watched in awe as she wriggled the lock open using an incredible set of tools. From that point on, I developed an interest in locksmith services. I would like to share the tools and techniques used by locksmiths to open doors. I will also talk about locksmith services for vehicles on this site.