key and lock safety for your home
As a small business owner,one of my top priorities is making sure that my business is safe and secure. I trust only a few employees with keys to my building, and I always make sure they have keys that say "do not duplicate" on them. Unfortunately, that doesn't meant that the keys are safe from the wrong hands. One of my employees had her purse stolen at the bar, and inside her purse were both the keys to the building and business cards. The chance of someone being able to put the two together and realize they had keys to my building was too great. That's why I decided to hire a commercial locksmith in Denver CO to change the locks to my building.
They were, thankfully, able to get out to my office the very same day. There were two exterior doors that needed the locks changed, and it didn't take him very long to do it. One of the nice things he did at the time was made sure that both locks used the same key. That way I only needed to give employees one key instead of two. I am so glad that I brought in a commercial locksmith in Denver CO, as now I know my building is safe again.
When was the last time you have had the locks in your home replaced? Have you ever lost a set of keys or handed your car keys with a house key on the key ring to a valet parking attendant? Maybe you have handed your keys off to a mechanic to get your car repaired. Did you know that it only takes a few minutes to make a copy of the keys on the key ring? You can learn more about keeping your keys safe and when to replace the locks on your home by visiting my website. There, you will learn what I had to learn the hard way.