Pull handles make it easier for you to open doors, regardless of the size. You might not realize their importance until one breaks away just when you want to open your wardrobe. When this occurs, prying it open by slipping a sharp object through the doors might not help since such doors have lock mechanisms. These are placed at the extreme ends to prevent people from breaking in easily. The only viable option is to seek a replacement for your wardrobe pull handles.
Storing your birth certificates, bonds, power of attorney, share bonds, will, and backups to other vital documents in a filing cabinet are one of the greatest mistakes you could ever make. Such critical belongings should be stored somewhere safe where only you or a person you trust can retrieve them. Safes are therefore your best bet if you want to keep such items secure from damage or theft. However, if buying a new safe is an expensive affair for you, second-hand safes could still serve the same purpose.
Hello. My dad is a locksmith. When I was growing up, we lived in a house behind the shop. I spent my childhood watching Dad cut keys, open car doors and demonstrate safes. Whether customers came early in the morning or at midnight, I always wanted to see what was going on! I'm a teacher now, but I help Dad when things become hectic. Holiday times are the worst. People lose their keys while they are away or misplace car keys in their hurry to reach the airport! I love being in the shop with all the keys, locks and safes. Dad always has some new product on display. Right now, it's an unbreakable bicycle lock. I started this blog to share my interest in locks, keys and safes with other like-minded souls. I hope you find it fascinating and inspiring. Please turn the key and step inside.