Once a lock breaks, you get it repaired. Once a door breaks, you get it repaired. But what do you do when you notice your doorframe is broken? Believe it or not, most people simply leave the frame, thinking that it’s a job that can wait for later. It’s not.
News surfaced last month that dog walkers leaving their vehicles at a park in Saskatoon, Sask., had been targeted by thieves.
There’s a question that most locksmiths get asked on a regular basis: If I’m locked out, will you need to use a drill to get me back in?
Leaving a pet at home is often a necessity. For obvious reasons, your cat or dog will need to go outside while you’re away, which makes a pet door extremely useful. If you’re thinking of installing a door for your pet though, it’s essential you think first.
With so many stories emerging of rogue locksmiths charging an arm and a leg for their services, it’s not unreasonable to be suspicious of some of those offering their locksmithing services.