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By Admin 19 Jan, 2018
The first thing that comes to many people’s minds when they discover their key is locked in their ignition is, “Oh no, what have I done?” A locked ignition key that refuses to budge is sure to cause panic in any driver, but sometimes all it takes is a simple fix to free your key.
By Admin 08 Jan, 2018
It happens to everyone. You’re running late and rushing to get out the door when you realize your keys have mysteriously gone missing. The clock is ticking and you need to find your keys fast so you can get on with your day. Tearing your house apart in a stressed-out whirlwind won’t make finding them any easier, though. At times like these, it may be best to take a more systematic approach.
By Admin 02 Jan, 2018
Picking a lock can sometimes carry a negative connotation, but the truth is it's a very useful skill that could easily come in handy at some point in time. Picking a common tumbler lock, which is a lock that's likely on your front door, is easier than you might think. Don't get left outside, check out our simple steps for how to pick a tumbler lock.

In an emergency, you are likely better off contacting a professional locksmith. Dixie Security Solutions are available for all your residential and commercial locksmith needs.
By Admin 20 Dec, 2017
To purchase the right lock and key combination for your home or business contact Dixie Security Solutions.
By Admin 08 Dec, 2017
Most people will have to replace a door lock at some point in their lifetime, either because they wish to upgrade to a more secure lock at their home or business, or simply because it’s time to replace a broken or worn lock. While buying a door lock in and of itself isn’t a difficult task, most people are unaware that where you purchase your lock matters just as much as what you purchase.

Simply put, your door lock holds tremendous amounts of responsibility, as it provides safety and security for either your home or business. It’s prudent to concern yourself with where you’re purchasing your new door lock so you can be confident your lock will be sturdy and secure for years to come.
By Admin 01 Dec, 2017
Becoming a locksmith doesn’t require large amounts of formal training or education like many other professions do. Rather, it’s more about simply possessing the necessary skills and experience to work with a wide variety of locks and safes and provide quality service to customers ranging from business owners to people who are locked out of their vehicle.

Still, there are some formalities a potential locksmith will typically have to go through to become a trusted, professional locksmith. In general, a combination of training, hands-on experience and certification is involved. Some states even require licensing. If you’re considering a career as a locksmith, here are some of the potential steps you will need to take to reach your goal.
By Admin 02 Nov, 2017
As a small business owner, your business is your livelihood, plain and simple. That’s why keeping your office space secure is of the utmost importance. Unfortunately, this can prove to be difficult considering the amount of focus you must put on other critical tasks, like monitoring employees, budgets and client satisfaction.

Luckily there are a handful of things you can do to keep your office secure without having to moonlight as a security guard. In fact, addressing your potential security issues can be as easy as turning a key – here are some things you can do to keep your office secure morning, noon and night.
By Admin 02 Oct, 2017
No one wants to be the victim of a property crime like breaking and entering, but we don’t always take every necessary precaution to dissuade criminals from doing so. There are many things you can do to make your home or business a less appealing target for criminals looking for an easy target for burglary.

Here are some potential safeguards you may want to consider implementing to dissuade ne’er-do-wells from burglarizing you.
By Admin 02 Oct, 2017
In the age of social media there are many among us who love keeping friends and family constantly apprised of every aspect of their day to day life. This is doubly true when they’re heading off on vacation and want to share their excitement with the world. One of the common ways people are documenting and sharing their vacation experiences on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other platforms is through pictures, which are easier than ever to take and share thanks to smartphones.

What better way to show off where you’re going while simultaneously updating your followers on your trip’s progress than taking a picture of your boarding pass in the airport? If you’ve done this or considered doing it, you’re not alone. Thousands of your fellow travelers have done the same, and it has opened them up to some very serious potential consequences.

If you’ve ever been tempted to take a picture of your boarding pass to share with the world, DON’T do it! Here’s why.

By Admin 18 Sep, 2017
Big cities are known for having more incidences of crime than smaller cities, including higher rates of property crimes. Here are some cities with the highest property crime rates in the U.S.
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