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Tips To Keep Your College Student Safe When They Live Off-Campus

One of the greatest achievements of families is watching their loved ones head off to college. But many parents worry about the safety of their youngest family members because they can no longer protect or look out for them. Your concerns may be worse if your loved one lives in an off-campus house. If you face this dilemma and worry about your college student, take steps to keep them safe and comforted with the right tips and ideas: Read More 

Troubleshooting Your Safe’s Electronic Keypad

Having a safe gives you a secure place to stash cash, jewelry, personal paperwork, or firearms, but when it malfunctions, you aren't able to access these items when you need them. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to troubleshoot your safe and gain access when you need it. Here are a few pointers you can use to get into your safe when it won't open: Check Your Batteries Read More 

Three Cool Gadgets To Get To Make Your Car Safer At Night In The Parking Lot

If you are the type who has to park at night in large, empty parking lot (perhaps you work in a mall or office complex) and you feel nervous about walking to your car, then you should do something about it. While you might not be able to change where you need to park or change the lighting of the space,  you can always get some gadgets that will improve your sense of safety. Read More 

Tips To Increase Safety And Security When Moving Into A New Apartment

When you first move into a new apartment, you're probably excited to decorate everything just how you like it and really make the place feel like your own. However, while focusing on decor is certainly enjoyable, you should also take a few steps to increase safety and security during these first days in your new place. Here's a look: Change the locks. Sometimes a landlord will change all of the locks when a new tenant moves in. Read More 

Why Your Car Won’t Idle And How To Fix It

If your car has developed a problem where it will start but won't idle and instead turns itself off, then there is likely a problem with its security system. The reason the vehicle won't run is that the car's onboard computer tells the fuel supply to shut off because it thinks someone is trying to steal the car. This situation is very annoying for car owners and can be very hard to diagnose even for the most skilled mechanics. Read More 

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Making My Home Much More Secure

After dealing with a robbery a few years ago, I realized that I had to do something to make my home a lot more secure. We were having trouble sleeping every night because of dealing with the trauma from the event, so I started talking with a few different places that specialized in locks, keys, and safes. It was incredible to get our entire home rekeyed and to add some safes to protect our valuables. This blog is all about making your home safe from individuals who might not have your best interest at heart. Check out this blog for more information.

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Tips To Keep Your College Student Safe When They Live Off-Campus
14 November 2017

One of the greatest achievements of families is wa

Troubleshooting Your Safe's Electronic Keypad
16 October 2017

Having a safe gives you a secure place to stash ca

Three Cool Gadgets To Get To Make Your Car Safer At Night In The Parking Lot
30 August 2017

If you are the type who has to park at night in la

Tips To Increase Safety And Security When Moving Into A New Apartment
24 August 2017

When you first move into a new apartment, you're p

Why Your Car Won't Idle And How To Fix It
1 August 2017

If your car has developed a problem where it will

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