1. How to Choose the Best Home Safe

    When it comes to choosing the best home safe, you may feel overwhelmed. There are a lot of options on the market. There are many different shapes, sizes, and brands to choose from. You may or may not have a reason in mind for purchasing a safe, whether it be for family photos and documents or to saf…Read More

  2. How to Choose The Best Lock and Deadbolt for Your Home

    The first line of defense when it comes to home security is your door lock and deadbolt. Although your door lock engages with a simple turn of your master key, the deadbolt is what will prevent and deter those attempting to break into your home. With this in mind, how do you choose the right lock sy…Read More

  3. 5 Tips to Help Choose a Local New Jersey Locksmith

    It will happen to all of us eventually; we’ll lock ourselves out of our home, car, or even our own safe. What do most people do in this situation? They get on their phone and search “locksmith near me” or “locksmith New Jersey” to resolve their situation. They choose based on price and pro…Read More

  4. Did You Forget Your Safe Combination? Here’s How to Open It

    You’ve purchased a new safe; it’s been a few weeks since you’ve stored your belongings inside the safe. When you revisit your safe to make sure everything is still in its place or intend to retrieve something from it, you realize the combination isn’t the same as you remembered. Unfortunatel…Read More

  5. Know about security

    What You need to know about your security Home security statistics show burglars will usually bypass a house if it requires too much effort, skill, or tools than they possess Most break-ins are through the front or back doors Security can be increased by inserting a wooden dowel or stick into slidin…Read More

  6. Prevention from victimization

    What can you do to prevent yourself from victimization? Always lock the door attached to the garage Always lock outside doors Use solid core or metal door at entrance points Use a heavy-duty deadbolt with a one inch throw bolt Use a quality knob-in-lock set with dead latch mechanism Use a heavy duty…Read More