1. Sunset colors reflected from a car door.

    My Car Door Won’t Open From Either Side!

    Being locked out of your own car is never any fun. It always seems to happen at the worst time, too. Either you’re late for work, or you need to get your child to school on time for an important exam, or you’re in a rush for some other reason (such as running late for a dental appointment). Whatever the case may be, it’s never a convenient ti…Read More

  2. How To Evaluate A Safe

    Are you thinking of purchasing a safe to secure your valuables at home or at your business? If so, read on for some important considerations in evaluating the large selection of safes that are available in today’s market. Is It Large Enough? When you first purchase a safe, you may be thinking that you’ll need it for just a few things, maybe the…Read More

  3. How the Right Commercial Locks Can Help Your Business’s ROI

    If you own or run a business here in Albuquerque or any of the surrounding communities, you want to protect your tangible assets, including any inventory you may carry. You need to keep everyone at your business safe and create an environment that helps people feel secure. Take a moment to consider your locks. Are they working for you? Are they sui…Read More

  4. Key-Related Car Security Tips You Need To Know

    As locksmiths serving Albuquerque and the surrounding regions for over 40 years, we deal in the business of keeping our clients safe and their possessions secure. We do much more than help people get back into their vehicle when they’ve been locked out, or replacing key fobs that have stopped working. From your home to your business, and your veh…Read More

  5. Car Remote Not Working?

    Many of us have experienced this scenario: we walk to our car, press the remote key to unlock the door, and nothing happens. Not only is this frustrating, it’s also potentially dangerous. What do you do when this happens? The first thing you may have to do is call up an auto locksmith to help you get into your vehicle! Ultimately, you will need t…Read More

  6. Questions to Ask Before Replacing a Deadbolt

    Are you planning to rekey locks and replace a deadbolt? Rekeying all your locks is a good idea if you feel that someone has unauthorized access to one of your keys, or you feel there may have been a break-in recently. What about replacing your deadbolt — what types of things do you need to consider before you go ahead and replace a deadbolt in yo…Read More

  7. How To Improve Your Business’ Security

    If you own a business, you know how important it is to keep it safe. The last thing you want to find when you arrive at your business on Monday morning (or any morning, for that matter), is an obvious sign that someone has broken in. Walking into your business to find that you’ve been robbed and the place has been trashed is demoralizing, to say …Read More

  8. Is Your House a Target for Thieves? Part 2

    In our last blog, we explored some of the ways that homeowners unknowingly make their houses into targets for thieves. As Albuquerque's premier locksmiths, we are all about keeping you and your property safe, and we want to help you do your part, too. Check out the list below and see if you're making any of the mistakes that can put you at risk! Ar…Read More

  9. Is Your House a Target for Thieves? Part 1

    Your home is supposed to be a safe retreat from the world, a place where you can enjoy quiet moments, relish the company of friends and family, and work through life's ups and downs. Anyone who has had their home burgled will tell you that having the perceived security of the home ruined can be pretty traumatizing and make it difficult to feel safe…Read More

  10. After a Break-In: What Should You Do?

    A home is a refuge, and for a majority of us, it will remain an unbroken barrier between us and the rest of the world. However, when a home is broken into, more than just windows or doors get broken. The psychological impacts of a break-in can last far longer than any damage to the property. Anyone who has experienced a break-in, whether they were …Read More