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Do you really think your home is safe and secure?

So you say you live in a safe neighborhood? What exactly is
a "safe neighborhood"? The bottom line is there is no such
thing. Every neighborhood in this world has the potential to
be burglarized. Don't be fooled into thinking that because
you live in an upscale part of town you are protected from
crime. Keep in mind burglars don't break into houses in the
"projects" because there is nothing to steal there. Burglars
travel to expensive homes to commit their heinous acts of
crime and violence. Contact us today for a  home security

My home is safe because there is someone here all the
time. Stop and think about this statement. Everyday in this
country innocent people are killed when an intruder enters
the premises and discovers someone is there. This
gruesome scenario is becoming more common as the drug
problem in this country continues to spiral out of control.
Many addicts break in when they know someone is there
with the hopes of coming away with cash so they can
immediately go buy their dope. Sexual predators enter the
home while people are there to commit their hideous acts of
violence. The fact is that many times having someone home
is more of an invitation than a deterrent.  Contact us today
for a home security assessment so we may  help prevent
this tragedy.

My dog will protect me. Having a dog is a great idea, but if
dogs were the answer then we would be selling dogs, not
locks/hardware. All it takes is one bullet or a piece of
poisoned meat to stop your best friend in his or her tracks.
Dogs are your pets and a part of the family. Let us show
you how we can protect your beloved animals with  quality
security locks installed (not from your local store).

We don't need  quality locks because we have bars on our
doors and windows. From 1985 to 1991, an average of 16
people died each year
due to burglar bars blocking their exits from burning homes
or buildings. Have one of our locksmiths come out for a  
home security assessment so we can show you how to
prevent this tragedy from happening to your family. Contact
us today!
Q. What do the abbreviations for KD and KA mean?
A. KD (Keyed Different) - An individually keyed cylinder operated by its own unique key.
   KA (Keyed Alike) - Two or more cylinders operated by the same key. This is ideal for residential applications (i.e. front and back door).

Q. What is Master Key and Grand Master Key?
A. Master Keyed (MK) – A system consisting of several cylinders and each has a unique key. Within the system, there would be one
Master Key
(or pass key) that will operate all cylinders within the system.

Grand Master Key (GMK) – This is an extension of a master key system where the cylinders are divided into two or more groups. Again
individual cylinder has its own unique key. Each group would have its own unique Master Key and to make this a Grand Master key,
there will be
one Grand Master Key (or pass key) that will operate all cylinders.
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