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|Posted on March 7, 2014 at 4:46 PM||comments (47)|
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Question: I have a new car; it has a “computer chip” inside it. Do I have to go to the dealer to get a copy?
Answer: NO. Most locksmiths can duplicate these keys. In nearly all cases, a locksmith will save you money over “the Dealership”. Ask your local locksmith, “Do you have the equipment required to program “computer chip” keys?” If so, schedule an appointment. Remember it’s cheaper to make a copy of your key than to make a whole new key from scratch. www.facebook.com/alcatrazlocksmith
|Posted on February 3, 2014 at 4:34 PM||comments (46)|
Try to get into the routine of placing your keys in the same place as soon as you walk through the door but keep them safe at night and out of view of potential intruders.
We recommend moving them to your night stand for safekeeping while you sleep. This way, you definitely know where they are when you wake up first thing in the morning and you won’t have to begin the day with a “where did I leave my keys?"
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|Posted on September 24, 2013 at 9:08 PM||comments (10)|
1. Shut & lock all windows and doors.
2. Set up a timer to turn on your TV or radio to appear that someone is home.
3. Leave porch or front light on and one light on inside to appear as though someone is home.
4. Keep a car parked in your driveway or ask a trusted neighbor to use your driveway while you are gone.
5. Ask your local Post Office to hold your mail or have a trusted person collect your mail if you will be gone for an extended amount of time.
6. Place your valuables like jewlery, important documents, etc. in your safe.
7. Leave a spare key with a trusted person in case of an emergency.
8. Notify your alarm company know you will be on vacation and confirm that have a good contact number in case of an emergency.
9. Avoid posting notice that your on vacation and that nobody is home via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
10. Make sure you enjoy you vacation!
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Locksmithing began as the science and art of making and defeating locks. A lock is a mechanism that secures buildings, rooms, cabinets, objects, or other storage facilities. A key is often used to open a lock. Means of opening a lock may include a security token or two-factor authentication for greater security, such as requiring both something a person knows (a combination) and something they have (a key or keycard).