Locks are critical to keeping your home safe and secure. Without them, intruders and burglars can easily access your property, putting your belongings at risk of being stolen and exposing your family members to danger. Therefore, it’s important to ensure that every lock in your home is working properly.
Certain indicators and events will dictate when you need to replace your home’s locks.
Moving into a New Home
Moving into a new house is always exciting, but don’t let the excitement get in the way of common sense. One of the first things you should do upon moving in is change the locks. During the sale, a lot of people, including the real estate agent, home inspectors, and former owners, gained access to the house. They may have known where the keys were or made a copy for themselves. You are never certain that your family members are the only ones with the keys. For the sake of safety and peace of mind, it’s best to replace all the locks. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2nj9rKu