Many people think that low cost door hardware like Brinks, Defiant, Ace Hardware and any lock hardware that cost less then $20 is sufficient for home security. Can anyone put a cost on safety? Is "O.K." good enough? If it isn't, you should consult your local locksmith and have a serious talk about high security products and the services that come with it.
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Friday, November 22, 2013
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Here are some links to help you find the right programming instructions for keyless entry remotes for your vehicle. These links are brought to you by www.programyourremote.com
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Automotive locksmiths now have a way to retrieve key codes from the vehicle VIN number. Many locksmiths these days are turning to key code companies on the internet if the key code isn't to be found on the vehicle. It's simple and time saving. Time = Money. For a fee you can receive the factory cuts for the vehicles doors and ignition key. Here are a few companies I use and know work. www.Superpincodes.com, www.Locksmithkeycodes.com, www.keycodepro.com, www.discountkeycodes.com