DIY hideaways for your home safe

A safe, properly mounted to the wall or floor of a home, is the best place to store valuables outside of a vault or bank deposit box. Most burglars will find it impossible to remove a safe that has been properly bolted down. For added piece of mind, however, a hideaway can be easily constructed in most homes, stopping robbers and nosy visitors from even knowing a safe is there in the first place. Read More 

Parkinson’s Disease and Using Doors and Locks: Devices to Improve in-Home Accessibility

There are no doubt plenty of challenges for sufferers of Parkinson's disease that affect the way they live their life and how they move around the home. Still, independent living is possible for those affected by the degenerative neuron disease responsible for movement difficulties such as shaking and rigidness, which can make everyday tasks such as opening and locking doors a challenge. Fortunately, there are a number of options available to assist sufferers, and one of the important areas to focus on is the home's entry including the ease of opening and unlocking doors. Read More