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The Differences between Lock Picking and Lock Bumping

Lock-PickBy definition, high security locks must keep intruders out. If they can be picked by a thief, there is problem. And that’s why there is a dual front acting as the barricade against intrusions. One front is created by door lock manufacturers who test their products to ensure their resistance. The second front is left up to you and it has to do with your lock installation decisions. After all, there are locks and there are locks. Some are made for low-security applications. And so if you mean to secure main entry points, you need to be sure the new product will resist lock picking and lock bumping. But what is lock bumping and picking?

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How to Choose the Best Locking Mailbox for You

locking_postWhen it’s time for mailbox locks replacement, check out the box too. Having a good lock securing a rusty or damaged mail box is not the best idea. And vice versa. Getting a new letter box without a proper locking system is not wise either. These days, we do most things online (chat with friends, pay bills etc.). Does that diminish the importance of the traditional mailboxes? Well, maybe just a little bit. But as long as you have a mail box mounted on your home door or placed in your curb, keep it safe.

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Why Panic Bar Repair Cannot Afford Any Delays

Panic BarPanic bars can easily let panic set in if they break down. And that’s natural. Panic bars or crash bars or push bars are usually installed in emergency exits. If there is a fire and people cannot push to open the door, they will be trapped inside. At the very least, chaos will settle in and that’s often the worst thing that can happen during emergencies.

And what’s the issue here? You may ask. ‘If there is a problem, we’ll call a locksmith to fix it’. That’s absolutely right, we respond. As long as you realize there is a problem.

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