3 Possible Causes of Why Your Safe Won't Open and What To Do

Posted on: 8 January 2018

Envisage a scenario where you attempt to open your safe to access most of your important documents including your passport, land title, or academic certificates only to run into issues with the safe. After entering the code, the safe remains stuck shut. What is wrong? Why is the safe not working now considering that you opened it yesterday? If you're caught up in this unfortunate situation, don't panic. Safes can stop working for several reasons. [Read More]

It's All Fun and Games Until Your Kid Locks Themselves in the Car

Posted on: 7 December 2017

Oh, the joy of young children, to whom almost everything can be a game. It's adorable and hilarious much of time, but not so much when they playfully lock themselves in the car. This might be a frustratingly amusing scenario that can be brought to an abrupt end when you're at home and have a spare set of keys handy, but this is not always the case. While the whole thing might have started as a game, or it might be that your child accidentally triggered the locking mechanism, it can become rather serious, rather quickly. [Read More]

4 Tips for Making the Most of a Second-Hand Safe Purchase

Posted on: 7 December 2017

In an ideal situation, buying a new safe for your valuables would be best, but budgetary constraints shouldn't be a reason to not have a good safe in your home or business. Remember that homes and businesses are always upgrading their security levels, and this means there are thousands of safes in good condition that you can buy cheaper from trusted dealers. This article highlights some characteristics to look for when buying a second-hand safe. [Read More]

Answers to Commonly Asked Questions about Keyless Car Entry

Posted on: 6 December 2017

Most cars produced today have some method of keyless car entry and car users prefer these over using the car keys to gaining entry. This article discusses the mechanism of keyless entry, what to do when it fails and how safe it is against unauthorized entry. Read on for details. 1. How does keyless entry operate? Your car's key or fob has a short-range transmitter that sends a coded signal to an antenna in your car. [Read More]