Five Tips for Securing Your Tiny Home

Posted on: 1 August 2016

Your home may be tiny, but it can still be big on security. Wondering what you need to secure your tiny home? Here are five tips to explore and consider: 1. Add door and window locks  When you live in a tiny home, everything in the home has been carefully selected to meet a need of yours. In some cases, those are material needs, but they also include aesthetic needs, intellectual needs, entertainment and sentimental needs.
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How to Increase the Efficiency of Digital Door Locks

Posted on: 30 June 2016

Digital door locks are a way to replace keyed locks or to add automated features to your doors such as remote locking and unlocking.  The digital lock technology has long been used in automobiles, but has been adopted by homes and businesses in recent years. Various types of digital door locks for residential and commercial use are on the market today. Digital door locks have numerous benefits compared to their traditional counterparts.
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Common Questions about Lock Bumping and What You Can Do

Posted on: 28 July 2015

You may have heard about lock bumping and how the practice represents a significant security threat. As many homes use pin and tumbler locks that are vulnerable to the practice, it's a scary thought that someone can enter your home with just a quick bumping motion and no signs of forced entry. Furthermore a simple Internet search can allow would-be criminals the means to learn the practice, and how to obtain bump keys with special grooves.
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Why Call for Emergency Glass Repair When a Car Windscreen is Broken?

Posted on: 28 July 2015

If your car windscreen is chipped, cracked, leaking around the side, or otherwise broken, you may not think it's very important to get it repaired or replaced since you can still drive your car with a chipped windscreen. You also may not think that a leaking seal is very important. Before you take your car back on the road, you might note some reasons why it's good to call for emergency glass repair no matter the size of the break or where it's located.
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