What Is Electronic Access Control?

Commercial Locksmith

Electronic access control is a security solution that gives you detailed control over the physical security of your business. Electronic access control systems allow you to restrict access to your facility based on guidelines you define. Limitations can be set on who, where and when. Basically, which user has access to which doors and at…

ROI On Commercial Security Hardware

Commercial Locksmith

Evaluating Commercial Security Hardware – Can It Get Me A ROI? Let’s say you have spent the least amount of money on an “economy brand” hydraulic device called a “door closer” to automatically close the back door of your building. You have had this device installed for efficiency, safety and security. What are your expectations?…

Improve Business Security

Commercial Locksmith / Know-How

How do you improve business security? If you are doing business with us already, chances are you have satisfactory operating code compliant hardware in use at your business, a key control system to prevent unauthorized key duplication, maybe an access control device to monitor arrivals and departures from offices or areas in the building, perhaps a safe or insulated file cabinet and maybe even an alarm…all are steps…

General Lock: Quality Meets Price

General Stuff / Know-How / News

The General Lock Product Line: More Bang For Your Buck   Locks come in varying grades of quality. Schools, hospitals and Government buildings will typically purchase Grade 1 hardware, because the doors see a lot of activity and they need the hardware to last. Home depot, Lowes or local hardware stores will normally sell Grade 3…

Improved Dispatching: Locksmith Same Day Service!

General Stuff / Innovations / News

Thanks to FieldLocate, We Can Guarantee Locksmith Same Day Service   Locksmithing is in antiquated trade, no question about it. When people think of a locksmith, they think of keys and locks and guys who “tinker” with small parts. It’s a common misconception in our industry. However, over the years, the companies that survived, are…