What Type Of Information Is Needed When You Contact A Locksmith?

Posted on: 12 October 2020

If you find yourself locked out of your vehicle or home, you will need to get in touch with an emergency locksmith. When this happens, certain information will need to be provided to the locksmith over the phone as well as when he or she arrives at the scene. Some of this information will be specific to the lockout situation, but you will also need to provide some personal information. Keep reading to learn some of the information that you will need to be prepared to provide to a locksmith when you need their services. [Read More]

Locksmiths - More Than Just Lock Replacement

Posted on: 29 June 2020

The first thing you may think about when you think of the term "locksmith" is someone who you would call in the event that you are locked out of your vehicle or home.  Over the years and with new technologies coming into play, the services of locksmiths have expanded to cover multiple other areas in the same line of business – of or relating to locks and security.  You absolutely can still call a locksmith in an emergency situation where you are locked out of your home or vehicle. [Read More]

3 Tips For Buying A Spare Key For Your Car

Posted on: 25 November 2019

Many car owners have at least two keys for their vehicle. If you only have one, then you might want to look into having a spare made. These are a few tips for doing so. 1. Do It as Soon as You Can First of all, you should not put off having a spare key made for your car. Having at least one spare key is helpful for a few reasons. [Read More]

Could Keyless Smart Locks Cause A Problem For Emergency Entry?

Posted on: 21 May 2019

Front door locks with electronic keypads have been around for a while now. Usually, if the keypad stops working, you can still get in using a key; if you lose your key, too, an emergency call to a locksmith usually solves the problem. Now, keyless smart locks are starting to make an appearance -- ones with a keypad only and no keyhole. These are supposed to make home security better because you can access the lock with your smartphone and not have to worry about someone getting a hold of a key, but these locks do have a couple of issues, including the fact that they could make getting inside a little harder if you have to call an emergency locksmith. [Read More]