An Interview With A Burglar – How To Prevent Home Invasions

Reading the statistic that almost 1.5 million homes were broken into in 2006 is enough to make any homeowner scramble to take major preventative measures against burglary. You'd do anything to reduce the risk of being part of that statistic. One thing that homeowners never consider is talking to an actual burglar to find out the methods that really work in keep thieves out. Keep reading to learn what a burglar advises you should do to prevent home invasions. Read More 

Choosing The Right Safe - Understanding Burglar And Fire Ratings

If you want your home to be as secure as possible, then it is wise to speak with a locksmith about the security of your home locks and whether or not replacements are needed. If you are still concerned about your valuables, then the locksmith can help with the installation or purchase of a home safe. Before you choose a safe that merely looks like it can keep your jewelry, cash, and important documents out of the hands of criminals, consider the following ratings. Read More 

Shopping For New Front Door Locks? 2 New Features You Might Love

If you are looking for a way to spruce up your front door or to improve security, you might be in the market for a door handle set—complete with a new and improved deadbolt. Although the quest for replacement locks might seem like a simple matter of opinion, today's market boasts a huge selection that can make shopping overwhelming. Here are two great new features you might love, so that you can find the perfect door hardware: Read More 

Keeping Your Business Safe: 3 Tips On How To Prevent Internal Theft

Workplace fraud happens a lot more often than what you may think. It's unfortunate that your employees may be the ones stealing the most from you, as 33% of stolen retail goods are a result of employee theft. Many preventative mechanisms recommended include being thorough with criminal and reference checks when hiring and inventory counts. That's not all that you can do. Here are 3 tips recommended by locksmiths. Be Careful Who You Give a Key To Read More 

Installing A Safe In Your Apartment: 4 Things To Remember

Whether you live in a ground floor apartment or a top floor penthouse, it's still important to secure your valuable items, particularly while you are away from home. A lot of apartment dwellers like the idea of a safe, but many people don't know how to properly install these devices. If you don't install the safe properly, you could just damage the property or waste your money, and you could even still become a victim of burglary. Read More