The Pros and Cons of Smart Locks

Posted on: 14 April 2021

There have never been more high-tech options for keeping a home safe from intruders and that includes a homeowner's usual first line of defense—the front door lock. Smart locks are a popular security solution for the tech-savvy, but some people prefer a more simple mechanism. Is a smart lock for you? Here are the main advantages and disadvantages of these high-tech devices. PROS   Convenience: Since many smart locks operate using a keypad and code, they eliminate the need for a key at all.
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What To Know When You Need Emergency Locksmiths For Keycard Failures

Posted on: 18 January 2021

Many businesses use a keycard system for security and access to various portions of the buildings. These keycards give an added layer of security and are easier for employees to manage. However, these keycards are not without their flaws. In some cases, the cards may be locked out of the system. This can be due to old cards, damaged cards, or power outages that cause that part of the system to lock.
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3 Reasons to Reach Out to a Locksmith After Buying a Duplex Property

Posted on: 25 September 2020

Contacting a locksmith after you purchase a duplex can be a great decision, since you could be concerned about security, and want to make sure that no one is able to break into the property due to poor quality locks, or keys being out of your possession. If you're curious about what kinds of services a locksmith can help out with, and you want this work done before settling into your new duplex, consider the following reasons why their help can be so valuable.
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Helpful Services A Residential Locksmith Can Provide To Homeowners

Posted on: 26 June 2020

Locks are an important part of any home's security. They provide an added layer of protection and peace of mind. If you run into any problems with these mechanisms, it's highly recommended to work with a residential locksmith. They can provide the following services. Lock Repair Some of your locks may have seen better days and have some structural issues. Instead of trying to fix them yourself and making the problem worse, it's best to just leave this type of work up to a residential locksmith.
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