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]
Tips To Remember As You Open Your Car Using A Slim Jim
A Slim Jim (a thin piece of steel that has a notch at its end) is one of the tools that mobile locksmiths use to open car doors when the owner loses their keys or inadvertently locks the car keys inside the car. Any car owner can also use this tool in case they get locked out of the car. For this endeavor to be successful, several tips must be kept in mind. [Read More]
Keeping Your Electronic Documents Safe In A Fire
With more and more of our documents being stored online, it's all too easy to ignore the advice about keeping a copy of our documents in a fire proof safe to prevent losing important information and sentimental family photos. Unfortunately our computers are still vulnerable to being stolen, destroyed by malicious thieves or damaged in fire or flood. Here is how to make sure your documents are safe even when disasters strike. [Read More]
Why Call A Locksmith After A Break-In?
If your home has been broken into, you may assume it's too late to call a locksmith or that the damage has been done to your home. In truth, it's actually good to call such a professional even if thieves forced their way in and didn't break any locks. Note why that is and how such a professional can make you and your home more secure. 1. Your locks should be changed anyway [Read More]