Locks, Keys and Safes: Tips for Protecting Your Flat

Five Locking Pull Handle Designs to Consider for Your Home

If you want a locking pull handle for your door, there are a variety of styles you can choose. To narrow in on the right handle, it helps to know what's available. Here's a look at some of the choices you may encounter: 1. Lock in the Center You can find pull handles that have the lock in the center. Basically, for the exterior of the door, there is a metal strip that attaches flush to your door, and the lock is in the centre of this strip. Read More 

3 Reasons to Opt for a Fireproof Safe Instead of a Bank’s Safety Deposit Box

If you want to ensure that certain documents or items are kept free from danger, you might find yourself having to decide between a fireproof safe and one of the safety deposit boxes at your local bank. Both options can provide outstanding security, both against the risk of theft and the risk of fire, so selecting the right option to meet your needs can be more than a little bit tricky. Read More 

Transponder Key Overboard: What To Do When You Drop Your Keys In The Loo!

Back pockets are a safe place to put your car keys right? Until you forget they are there and they end up dropping into the toilet! In the good old days this wouldn't matter because a car key was just a piece of metal that could be wiped dry and put straight back into the pocket. But today's car keys are called transponder keys, and they have little computer chips in them that just don't like floating in water. Read More 

Do You Need a Full Windshield Glass Replacement?

Glass damage is one of the most common vehicular claims of all time. Most of glass damage claims are related to the windshield cracking over time or as a result of an incident. Not only is windshield damage an eyesore, but it's also a major safety problem as well. Most experts claim that when you drive with a damaged windshield, not only do you put your life at risk, but you also endanger the other drivers. Read More 

How to Choose Boxes and Other Materials for Packing and Shipping

Cardboard boxes may all look alike to you, but they actually vary quite a bit when it comes to their strength and durability. Along with cardboard boxes, you will typically need packing material and packing tape to keep items secure and to keep the boxes closed properly. Note a few factors to keep in mind when you're shopping for shipping boxes for a production facility or office, or even for when you need to pack up items for a move. Read More