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Real Estate Agent - AAA Property Preservation Locksmith Services
     As it turns out, there are only a few key codes commonly used by the banks for homes being foreclosed.  If you know where to look, you can easily find out what these codes are.  So, any would-be thief likely already knows what those codes are and has a set of keys already made up so that he ...
I was inspired by a recent blog on Active Rain entitled "What was the very first personal technology you owned?" by Rene Fabre.  Very nice job Mr. Fabre, and a very nostalgic trip for me.  My life, also, has been heavily influenced by technology; and it got me to thinking about some of the things...
Emergency board-ups:  Often I find windows that are broken or that are completely missing.  This is a security issue and in order to secure a property these have to be boarded up as soon as possible.  After all, what good does it do to change locks if someone can simply crawl through an open or m...
 Repairs:   Some doors require more than just changing the lock:  they must be repaired or the door jam needs to be rebuilt, or the hinges need to be tightened up so that the door hangs properly.  Otherwise, the door simply will not close or the latch doesn't line up properly.  Cases like this ar...
      It is very common for a locksmith to replace a good quality lock with a cheaper one when re-keying a bank-owned property.  After all, these are usually only "temporary locks" anyway.  One expects that the new homeowner will replace those temporary locks with good quality ones again.  And, a...
     Whenever you have the locks replaced or re-keyed in home, it is imperative to make sure all the windows, sliding glass doors, and the main garage door are secured as well.  It does no good to change all the locks if someone can simply slip thru an open or unlocked window or garage door.  In ...

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