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Childproofing Tips For Entry Doors

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Most parents are well aware that they need to place child-proof locks on cabinets that contain harmful chemicals, but they may overlook the dangers posed by front and back doors. Small children, children with mental disabilities, or even a sleepwalking child can wander out of the house. Choosing locking mechanisms that prevent this can avert a tragedy. The following ideas can help. Tip #1: Install Flip Locks Flip locks are simple and they only create two small holes, which means you can likely use them in a rental home with minimal repercussions.…

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2 Excellent Places To Hide Your Spare House Key

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If you have decided that you never want to find yourself in the position of being locked outside without a way to get back into your home, then you want to make sure that you are checking out the following tips. In The Flower Pot Soil Instead of simply taping your spare key to the bottom of the flower pot, where it can be easily noticed should someone pick it up or becomes knocked over in a storm, you will want to put your spare key in the soil.…

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Make Sure To Have An Emergency Locksmith In Your Contacts

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Getting locked out can happen to anyone, and it’s more than just forgetting your keys. Batteries for remote locks can not only fail, but lose their programming or the lock itself may be damaged by some strange circumstances. Forgetfulness happens, but what if you’re simply in a rush because of another emergency, only to create a lockout emergency? Whether you’re having technical difficulties, sick, or just prone to forgetfulness, here’s a few things to look for in an emergency locksmith to make sure your next lockout is in good hands.…

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