Protect Your Law Office From Robberies And Vandalism

3 September 2017
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If your law office is located in a busy part of town that often incurs robberies and acts of vandalism, protecting the premises during and after work hours will reduce the chances of being a victim of crime. This may minimize your anxiety, allowing you to focus on your work duties without constantly looking over your shoulder. Install A Retractable Gate In Front Of The Door A retractable metal gate that is installed in front of the door leading to your business will provide an additional layer of protection that may deter individuals from attempting to break into your office. Read More 

How To Get A Stuck Key Out Of The Ignition

23 August 2017
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Have you ever been in the strange position of not being able to get your car key out of the ignition once you have turned your car off? This can actually happen quite often and can be very unnerving. Fortunately, there are some things you can try before you call a locksmith. The following are some things you will want to know in case you are ever in this position: Read More 

Understanding The Advantages Of Having A Master Key System In Your Professional Office

1 August 2017
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When you think about the security in your office building, what is it that you think about? If you are like most office business owners, the things that will come to mind first will be security features like surveillance systems and alarms. However, the locks and keys you use in your building have just as much to do with business security and should be given careful consideration. One question that often comes up is whether or not an office business owner should implement a master key system through a place like Brandy's Safe and Lock Inc. Read More 

Secure That Private Entrance Before Advertising A Patio-Adjacent Room For Rent

2 July 2017
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It's become a common sight in the housing ads in many cities: a room for rent, advertised with a "private entrance," which is really just a patio door. Sometimes this is just a perk, but many times these are master bedrooms that are treated as ministudios, cut off from the rest of the house. If you're advertising a room like this, you'll have to take some extra precautions. If the door is meant to be the only entrance into the room -- in other words, your new housemate isn't going to have access to the rest of the house except for a bathroom -- you'll also have to ensure the door can be locked from the outside. Read More 

Tips To Help You Un-Stick A Stuck Key Lock

28 March 2017
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The lock on your home's exterior door keeps out intruders and keeps you and your home's contents safe. But when the lock becomes gummed up and stuck from years of dirt that have collected inside it, you won't be able to use your key to gain entry into your own house. Here are some tips to help you get your key lock unstuck. Use A Lubricant Like WD-40 One of the easiest ways to free of the interior pins of your lock is by spraying a lubricant like WD-40 into it. Read More