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Is you #home or #office #secure enough?
did you #move to new place recently?

read following #Locksmith #Tips and #Trick

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24/7 #Locksmith a highly trained #technicians just a call away. #Emergency mobile #services are equipped with tools to assist the technicians. Get you #vehicle or #home #unlocked in no time

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Today's tip

Pull the #shower #curtain closed when not in use, so #water can't sit in the folds. Spread #towels over two hooks to #dry, or #hang them on rods instead. #Wipe shower walls with a #squeegee after every use.

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There are many times when you need to change your #locks. But while many people don’t even think about changing them when they are in one of these situations, but if you don’t, you are making yourself and your family more vulnerable to thieves and other criminals. Here is a look at the top reasons to get your locks changed and for even more information, visit

#Change of Employee

Change your locks if someone you have employed no longer works for you. This includes gardeners, house cleaners, babysitters and other people you might have given a key for access to your home. You cannot be sure that they have not made copies and could return to clean you out.
Loss of a Key

#lost-keysIf you lose your key, then you need to replace the whole #locking system as a chance are that someone who knows your house might have taken them and has an ill attention. There have been many reported cases of stolen and lost keys which end up in the wrong person and end results becomes a break-in and theft. So every time you misplace or lose your key, replace the entire lock with immediate effect.

House #remodeling

Change your locks if you remodel your home and give a key to a contractor. No matter how reliable you think your contractor is, you can’t guarantee that he won’t make a copy of your key and give it to his workers or other people you do not know. You can’t control what your contractor does with your key, so as soon as your renovations are complete, #rekey the locks.

Moving to a new house

#Moving into a new house is one of the automatic times when you should change your locks. Many people understand the need for this precaution, but if you don’t think you need to change them after a move, think again. You can never be sure that the previous resident turned over every single key ever made. It is simply not worth worrying about someone you do not know having a copy of a key to your house. Change them and be done with it. Otherwise, even your home security system can’t provide the protection you need. Moving vans are a very large and obvious sign that new people are moving into a house – and both opportunist and ‘career’ #burglars take very close note of what is being moved into your new home. Many times there has been break-in on the same weekend that new owners have taken possession of their house. It is more than a co-incidence! So when you move in remember that you are not the first one to rent that house. While many of the previous renters are normal, decent and law-abiding, there is a small minority that makes use of copied or unreturned keys to enter a property with the intention of taking what they can from the new occupiers.


When you #divorce or separate with your loved one, you need to change your locks. Given the anger and emotional distress that goes along with a separation or divorce, your spouse may decide to revenge by stealing away some of your precious possessions or documents. So take note of that and change all your house lock anytime you separate with your loved one as you may never know his or her intention given the fact that this is someone who knows a lot about you and every corner and detail of your house.

One of the best ways to prevent recurrence of break-ins is to change your locks anytime your house has been broken into. Chances are very high that those who broke in still has a spare key of your house or might have taken one when they forcefully broke into your house. If someone has a key, no one is going to think twice about someone entering your house when you’re not home. After all, if a person has a key, he’s supposed to be there, right? You know the answer is that not everyone who has a key has permission to enter your house, so change the locks and make your house more secure.
Change of tenant

Finally, if you are a #landlord, change the keys when your tenants move out. They might give you a key back, but you can’t be sure they didn’t make one or more copies. Change the locks immediately after your tenant leaves so you can better ensure the safety of your new #tenants.

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We know #tires are #expensive. We also know most #drivers mean to keep up with their tire #maintenance programs, but driving often gets in the way. Until you drop a tread, or #pick-up a bolt, it's easy to forget about your tires. Problem is, tires are very unforgiving, and will eat up your profits any chance they get. Don't let them. Here's how.

Any tire showing #damage is trying to tell you something. You might need an alignment if you see certain patterns, so knowing which tire patterns to look for helps you identify the problem. Tire sites usually have a chart on types of damage to expect with each problem.

Keep tires of the same diameter together (New with new. Used with used). If not, you end up with one tire skipping and scraping the road because it isn't the same size. Premature wear isn't pretty.
Know when to replace/retread your tires. Minimum legal depth is 4/32" on the steer and 2/32" on others. Tires wear at approximately 1/32" per 13-14,000 miles. Measure your treads now, and mark their expected replacement dates based on your average mileage. #Problem solved.

#Service those bearings and kingpins. This WILL make your tires wear better.

Always install new tires - not retreads, on your steering #axles. Better safe than sorry when it comes to steering gear.
Make sure your inflation is correct for your load. Underinflated tires, especially under load, will chew tires quickly.

Adjust #pressures for cold climates you are driving in. If you're coming from a warmer area, when you hit cold weather areas the air in your tires contracts, and suddenly you're running underinflated. Check your pressures.

Damaged, improperly balanced wheels will damage tires.Look over all of your wheels for signs of damage - every trip.
Keep radials with radials, and bias ply with bias ply. Don't mix them, or you will see a shorter tire life.

Tires do have a maintenance schedule. Whether you're a single O/O, or have a #fleet of #trucks, have a plan for replacement and/or repair with an escrow fund and based on mileage and you'll keep those tires from eating your profits alive.

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