Always Lock on the Bright Side of Life: 4 Things to Keep in Mind About Your Home Keys & Locks

It's a truly sickening feeling when you realise you don't have your keys to get inside your home. The mad scramble inside every single pocket isn't coming up trumps, and with each passing minute you become more and more stressed at the prospect of being trapped outside your household. Fortunately, there are a few simple and easy ways to deal with this nightmare scenario. Just remember the acronym KEYS, and you might find that the aspect of temporarily being unable to get into your home isn't actually the end of the world after all. [Read More]

Lost Your Keys Again? How to Make Sure You Don't Do It Again in the Future

You can't believe it, but you've lost your keys again. You can't remember where you left them and now you have to call a locksmith (such as Frost Security Locksmiths). Why does this keep happening and what can you do to make sure it doesn't happen again? Why You Forget Things Did you know that the unconscious mind processes around 14 million bits of data every second? Imagine what would happen if all of that data was sent through to your conscious mind, so that you had to deal with it in real time. [Read More]

Three Simple Door Upgrades to Give Your Home Lasting Curb Appeal

Your yard can look amazing, but if people glance at your doors and they look shabby it can ruin your homes curb appeal. In order to fix this issues, some homeowners decide to change the entire doorway by adding arches and new doors to update the look. This can work, but it can also become costly if construction is involved. Before you decide to remodel your entire entryway, consider these three simple door upgrades to give your home lasting curb appeal. [Read More]

Avoid Getting Locked Out Of Your Car

One of the most annoying things that can happen to anyone is to get locked out of your vehicle. It is especially annoying if you just want to get home after a hard day at work, or if you have an armload of groceries and other parcels. When this happens, the best option is to call an emergency locksmith to get the doors open. If you try to do so yourself, you could end up damaging the door frame or window, and you will end up with costly repairs. [Read More]