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  • National Burglary Statistics

    Posted on March 3rd, 2016 0 Comments

    What to do in a burglary

    If you’re at all concerned about the likelihood of a burglar breaking into your home, this article is for you. The fact is that the United States is the world’s leader in burglaries – a burglary happens every 15 seconds, meaning 4 do every minute. While you’re working on your home security, it’s smart to think about these statistics – you might be surprised.

     

    Front Door Vulnerability

    Almost thirty-three percent of burglars illegally enter a home through it’s front door. If your home has an old wood door – a hollow door of any type, you must replace it with a solid wood or metal reinforced door. Hollow doors are notoriously flimsy – any burglar with slight leg strength could kick one in. Additionally, activate your home security system each time that you enter or leave your home – and consider getting genuine, or deterrent security cameras, as well as outdoor motion lighting.

     

    Repeat Offenses

    Burglars sometimes try entering homes more than one time – think about it, they’ve been inside already, so they know the layout, and might have spotted areas with expensive belongings that they didn’t have the time to access the first time they broke in. If you find yourself the victim of a burglary or break-in, make sure to contact a home security service as soon as possible.

     

    Brute Strength

    Almost sixty percent of home invasions are accomplished through forced entry – thirty percent of them are accomplished through simply entering an unlocked door or window, with no need for force.

     

    It Doesn’t Matter if Someone is Home

    28% of burglaries occur when someone is inside the house – and unfortunately, household members experience personal violence in 7% of burglaries.

    Alarm Systems are Great Deterrents

    The majority of burglars attempt to figure out if a home has an attached alarm system before trying to break in – and the majority of convicted home-invaders admit to avoiding homes with visible security systems. The majority of burglars will leave the home immediately if an alarm sounds.

     

    Wireless Benefits

    Almost twenty-five percent of home invasions involve the cutting of alarm or telephone wires before the break-in is enacted. Wireless home security systems are more secure, because there’s no wires that can be cut. This service is offered by many of the leading home security agencies, and won’t burn a hole in your wallet.

     

    Not many Burglaries are Solved

    Only around 13% of burglaries are solved by police – with an even smaller chance of the stolen belongings being recovered or returned.

     

    Significant Losses aren’t Uncommon

    In a study conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the average monetary loss suffered by households or businesses in burglaries is around 2,185 dollars – and if you factor in the police/investigation costs, it can be almost 20,000.. This amount is much more than the average cost of a home security system – which of course, also doesn’t come with the emotional expense associated with a break-in. Additionally, most home insurance companies offer discounts if a home security system is installed.

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  • Security Tips for the Recently Moved

    Posted on January 25th, 2016 0 Comments

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    Moving into a new home can be a scattered time, where there’s a seemingly endless list of things to take care of. One of the most important things that you can do is make sure that your property is secure and safe for everyone inside. Here are some essential home security tips for those who have recently moved.

     

    Test your Alarm System

    Your new home should have already had an alarm system set up inside it at some point – which the realtor likely pointed out to you before you bought it. If the preexisting system is still functioning well, you should change the access code so only you or other members of your family can arm or disarm it’s functions. Once you did that, you should contact a local security alarm service, and have them send an expert over to verify if the system is working correctly. This entails testing every sensor (including fire, carbon monoxide, and smoke detection,) and making sure that the automatic notification systems in the alarm are working well. We suggest discussing your expectations and needs for a security system honestly with a professional technician, so you can potentially receive helpful professional tips about how you can enhance or utilize your existing system to meet your specific needs.

    If you’re moving into a home that was just built, ask your real estate agent if it’s already been pre-wired for a security alarm system. Most new houses are – meaning all you’d have to do is contact a local burglar alarm company and have them install the control panel and sensors, so that your home security can be monitored. If the home is so new or so old that it doesn’t have any existing wiring at all, there’s many options for easily-installed wireless alarm systems that can provide your family with the security they deserve. It’s worth keeping in mind that many insurance companies provide discounts on homeowner’s insurance if you have a monitored security alarm system installed in your home. Determine if your home qualifies, and your alarm company will willingly send all applicable information to your security company whenever you ask.

     

    Check all locks and window latches

    This might seem obvious, but it’s not that hard to forget to re-key all of the locks in your new home. This is something that should be done as soon as possible after moving in. Not only should you re-key your front door, but also your side doors, back doors, and gates. It’s particularly important to re-key these entrances, because they’re likely somewhat covered and shielded, making them ideal spots for a potential burglar. It’s also important to check all of the window latches and locks in your home, as they can often wear down over time.

     

    Pay mind to what’s around your home

    Not only should you be mindful of your security system and functioning locks, but you should also be mindful of the area directly surrounding your home. If you put yourself in the mindset of a burglar, it’s easy to imagine not wanting to be seen – to get inside and outside of a house as quickly and quietly as possible. It’s important to keep your property well landscaped – meaning burglars wouldn’t be able to hide behind trees or unkempt shrubs or bushes. By trimming obstructing plant life, and displaying visible signage that announces that your home is protected with an alarm system, you can manage to both prevent and deter potential burglars at the same time. Follow these rules as soon as you move in, and relax knowing that your home is well protected.

     

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  • How to find the right Locksmith

    Posted on September 25th, 2015 0 Comments

    best locksmithChicago is a huge, sprawling city – and there’s lots of individuals who profess to be locksmiths. Finding a locksmith is a task often undertaken spur of the moment, and in a bit of a panic. Most individuals only think about finding a locksmith when they have a broken key or emergency lockout and need immediate assistance. To avoid choosing a shoddy or unprofessional locksmith that overcharges you for unimpressive work, follow the following steps on this checklist. It will help you find a reliable locksmith who’ll provide professional service and a good price.

    Versatility and Experience

    A good locksmith should be able to do any sort of job that relates to locks. Always check the locksmith’s website or call to make sure they can provide you the service you need – and reading a review couldn’t hurt. An experienced locksmith will ensure that their work is done correctly and efficiently. By employing a locksmith with limited training, you risk damaging your door.

    Official License

    Any good locksmith is licensed and officially insured – even if it is not required by their state. Insurance ensures that you will receive compensation if any of your property is damaged or incorrectly fixed – as opposed to a non-insured locksmith who will likely decide to walk away from their shoddy job.

    Mobile Service

    A quality locksmith will either have a local physical location or a mobile service that can come to you at any hour of the day. This way you’re waiting time (along with any travel cost that may factor into your bill) will be minimal.

    Accountability and Trustworthiness

    Good locksmiths provide their customers with an upfront written estimate that factors in all labor operations involved including travel and late night charges. Never use a locksmith that won’t provide a written estimate – as it is likely that they are attempting to unfairly tack on extra fees and up charges. Make sure that your locksmith company does a criminal background check on their employees – as well as making sure that your locksmith’s vehicle is well signed (scam locksmiths often use unmarked vehicles.)

    Finding the right locksmith for you pays off in spades. Chicago Locksmiths offers the highest quality service in the Chicago area for the lowest price. They are fully licensed and all their work is guaranteed to satisfy. Give us a call.

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  • Preventive Steps in Home Security

    Posted on February 20th, 2015 0 Comments

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    Your home is supposed to be a place of safety and refuge. Yet an alarming rise in home invasion robberies around the country is leading many homeowners to believe safety and security is an illusion. It doesn’t have to be, if you’re willing to come to terms with reality and do something about it.

    It’s difficult to say for certain how prevalent home invasion robberies are as compared to residential burglaries. This is primarily due to the fact that FBI crime statistics don’t differentiate between the two. Nonetheless, a home invasion is inherently more dangerous because of the tendency of the perpetrators to use violent force.

     

    Understand the Enemy

    The power behind the home invasion is intimidation. In other words, home invaders act quickly and violently in order to instill fear in the hearts and minds of their victims. This fear enables them to do as they please once inside. Often times occupants are tied up or otherwise incapacitated, allowing the perpetrators to take their time going through the home. They can steal jewelry, electronics, credit cards, cash and anything else they believe is valuable.

    The first step in preventing home invasion is understanding the intimidation factor. Never open your door to anyone who might pose a potential threat. This gives you the upper hand and prevents potential invaders from assuming you are already frightened. If you decide to speak to a potential intruder, be firm and confident.

    Understanding your enemy also means knowing why you might be targeted. Most home invasions are not random; criminals come to your home because they’re looking for something. This means you need to be diligent about protecting your privacy. Be aware that the car you drive, the clothes you wear, the way you carry yourself and the way you communicate tells criminals a lot about you. Be private and carry yourself with confidence.

     

    Preventing Entry

    Home invaders use intimidation to subdue their victims; they use violent force to enter a home. To prevent such entries, you should start by installing double key, deadbolt locks in all first-floor doors. Also be sure to use four-screw strike plates as they make it more difficult for intruders to kick your door in. Solid core and steel doors are another good line of defense against home invasion.

    The reality of home invasion is an unfortunate part of the modern world. Learn how to protect yourself and your family.

     

    Key Preventive Steps in Home Security

        Install solid core doors, heavy duty locks, and window security devices
        Lock all doors, windows, and garages at all times
        Use the door peephole BEFORE opening the door
        Use four three-inch screws to secure heavy duty lock strike plates in the door frame
        Use your porch light to help you to see clearly outside
        Never rely on a chain-latch as a barrier to partially open the door
        Never open the door to strangers or solicitors
        Call the police if the stranger acts suspicious
        Alert your neighbors to suspicious solicitors
        Hold a family meeting to discuss home security plans
        Set the home perimeter alarm at night, if you have one

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  • Home Security In Chicago

    Posted on February 12th, 2015 0 Comments

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    You have probably heard FBI statistics suggesting that a burglary occurs in America every 15.4 seconds. But did you know the city of Chicago recorded more than 14,500 burglaries in 2014? The burglary rate last year may have dropped 19% from the year before, but that does not mean Chicago residents can let their guards down. Each of us must remain diligent in order to protect our families and properties.

    The most important thing for you to know about home burglary is that burglars want to get in and out as quietly and efficiently as possible. Anything you can do to slow them down will increase the chances of them abandoning their efforts. Let’s start slowing burglars down starting with first-floor entry points.

     Doors and Locks

    The easiest points of entry in any home are the front and rear doors. If you are not currently using steel or solid-core wood, the first step is to replace your doors. Don’t want to do it yourself? Enlist a professional Chicago Locksmith company. The second step is to attend to your locks and strike plates. Make sure your first-floor doors are equipped with four-screw strike plates and heavy-duty deadbolt locks with 1-inch throw bolts. While you’re at it, install a heavy-duty peephole that allows you to see anyone standing at your door.

    Sliding glass doors and windows are also vulnerable due to inherently weak locking mechanisms installed at the factory. Block your sliding glass doors with a piece of dowel or another commercially available product. As for your windows, you can purchase very effective locks that allow them to be open a crack without compromising safety.

        Use a solid core or metal door for all entrance points
        Use a quality, heavy-duty, deadbolt lock with a one-inch throw bolt or preferably a high security locks.

    •     Use a quality, heavy-duty, knob-in-lock set with a dead-latch mechanism
    •     Use a heavy-duty, four-screw, strike plate with 3-inch screws to penetrate into a wooden door frame
    •     Use a wide-angle 160° peephole mounted no higher than 58 inches

     Home Safes

    Since the prices of good home safes are falling, having a safe in your home is a wise investment. Home safes are designed to keep the smash and grab burglar, dishonest butler, nanny, nosey kids or housekeeper from gaining access to important documents and personal property. Home safes need to be anchored into the floor or on permanent shelving.

    •    Use the safe everyday so it becomes routine
    •    Protect the safe code and change it occasionally
    •    Install it away from the master bedroom or closet

     Lighting and Alarms

    Lastly, consider lighting options and home security systems. Exterior lighting serves the dual purpose of allowing you to see potential threats while you’re outside and illuminating your property so it can be easily observed from the street. Keep in mind that burglars don’t like to be seen. They despise exterior lighting that takes away their ability to hide in the shadows.

    Where alarm systems are concerned, noise is good for scaring away burglars who don’t want to draw attention to themselves. Combining an alarm system with a monitoring service is even better. The two together give you the benefit of using noise as a deterrent alongside faster response times as the result of a monitoring center personnel alerting police.

    Effective home security in Chicago is not a matter of dumb luck. By employing the simple strategies we have listed here, you can make your home safe.

     

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  • The Evolution of Mul-T-Lock

    Posted on January 9th, 2015 0 Comments

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    Mul-T-Lock was founded by Moshe Dolev and Avraham Bahry In 1973. They entered the market with a 4-way multipoint lock; and, it made such an impact that soon Mul-T-Lock products were carried in the highest-security locksmith stores. Moshe Dolev and Avraham Bahry and the Mul-T-Lock brand became the emblem of the high-security market and in 41 years, that hasn’t changed.

     

    Sticking to innovation

     Moshe Dolev and Avraham Bahry built their first lock on an innovative idea. To remain leaders of an evolving market, both Moshe Dolev and Avraham Bahry needed to equip the Mul-T-Lock brand with fresh ideas and solutions to achieve new levels of security and set new standards and grades for new and existing products on the market. This included taking mechanical cylinders, deadbolts, key fobs, wireless locks and smartphone useable electronics to never before seen results.

     

    Loyal Partners

     Mul-T-Lock uses expert technicians to install and supply their products. Interactive®+, MT5®+ as well as electromechanical CLIQ e-cylinders are imperative to the new security market and take professionals to install and fix if necessary. When loyalty meets security results everyone prospers. The benefit of this helps stores stand behind their product and clients who purchase the product feel as if the investment was worth their time and money. Mul-T-Lock has built a business around loyalty.

     

    Whats ahead?

     With the onset of a heavy push to go digital with security, some users and retailers fear that these advances in security will be lesser accessible to them. For a complete access control panel like the SMARTair®, Mul-T-Lock has erased the worry and concern. In their 41 years, they’ve continued to do one thing incredibly well. And that is supplying information about their products in clear and informative ways. User interfaces with Mul-T-Lock are extraordinarily simple. Don’t fear the wireless.

     

    Mul-T-Lock is here to stay

     Mul-T-Lock USA, Inc. president, Roy Miller recently said that, “For me, and hopefully for our customers, there is a true value in my coming from the locksmith channel. Having been a part of this ever-changing industry for so many years, I’ve always been in a position to understand the specific needs and the unique challenges that our locksmiths encounter, but now I’m in a position to really do something about it. Now I can offer solutions made by a locksmith and for a locksmith; it’s very exciting.”

     If there is one thing for certain, it’s that what began with Moshe Dolev and Avraham Bahry is continuing with Roy Miller. The future of technology couldn’t look brighter than it does today. The Mul-T-Lock brand is about to promote one of the most profound evolutions to security. Residential properties and commercial properties are deploying these locks as quick as they can. There isn’t a better investment and more reliable results than those found at Mul-T-Lock.

     

    Mul-T-Lock Sold and Install in Chicago

     Chicago Locksmiths is a premier locksmith company that only picks the best locks for their clients.  Chicago Locksmiths install Mul-T-Lock deadbolts, handle sets, levers, knobs, electronic locks, light commercial locks and Mul-T-Lock residential locks. 

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  • Auto Theft in the US

    Posted on December 10th, 2014 0 Comments

    Chicago Locksmiths Auto Theft Blog

    Theft is obviously an issue and it can occur anywhere. Most often we publicize the nefarious bank heists, jewelry smuggling or the theft of famous artworks in Hollywood films. A national favorite is the famous theft by “D.B. Cooper” who fled, by parachute, from a plane with $200,000 in 1971. But let’s be reasonable here. Auto theft and home thefts are more likely to happen to grounded everyday citizens. That doesn’t make these thefts any less interesting however. Recently the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) released their analysis of vehicle thefts from 1960 through 2013 and the results were fascinating to say the least. We took the information and thought about its relation to home security. Here’s our lowdown:

    A Numbers Game

    The National Insurance Crime Bureau reported that last year 699,594 automotive vehicles were stolen. That details a 58% reduction in auto theft since 1991. In 1991 the theft was 1,661,738! To make sense of these numbers a few things must first be recognized. In the 1990s, the idea of a single vehicle for a family home became displaced. For one reason or another everyone in a household needed a car. As cars populated the roads thieves saw a cash crop. The main reason for this was that production offered cheap vehicles to a consumer market. But to some extent these automobiles are valuable and what one puts inside them even more so. But during that process they skipped some steps. They completely mismanaged auto security. But, its not all their fault, since that time we’ve replaced keys with computers, fingerprint technologies and voice-verification systems. These technologies amplify security.

     The decrease in theft percentage from then and now is just wild. That decrease is 437.71%. Some states saw their automotive theft remain the same or change very little, while other states adopted newer security technologies in their vehicles or benefited from other vehicles being safe— becoming something like a Müllerian mimic. So the increase in security helped everyone’s case and auto theft went on the decline.

     Homes Security

     We can draw a parallel to home security here. Since home security has been on the rise in consumer interest, especially in those cities with populations greater than 250,000, we’ve seen a steady decline in home invasion and burglary since 1960 as well. Although it might be emotionally painful to have one’s automotive vehicle stolen, think of how much more emotional it might be to have the most secure place in your life compromised. Valuables looted, generations of history taken from you without the slightest trace and more importantly the risk of your life and those around you. Home invasions do happen and unlike the chameleon auto approach, it’s best to adopt a form of property security that matches your security needs.

     

    Conclusion

     Today there are plenty of great solutions for commercial and residential properties that can keep them, their valuables and their persons safe. High-tech auto locks are leading the way. Personalized easy-to-use interfaces have revolutionized all former conceptions of what it means to be secure in today’s evolving word. If you’re concerned with security. Don’t stockpile yourself in to the negative statistics. Go see how you can protect yourself and the community around you by making upgrades to your home as soon as you can.

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  • Understanding Your Options for Upgrading Mechanical Locks in Chicago

    Posted on November 26th, 2014 0 Comments

     

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    As criminals become smarter, the various mechanisms used to safeguard buildings must be upgraded from time to time. Furthermore, aging hardware must also be replaced due to the threat that wear and tear poses to the safety of industrial and commercial buildings.

    Understanding the process of replacing your old locks ensures that your business can stay secure while keeping time required for the installation of new locks to an absolute minimum.

    Below is a very brief look at some of the lock replacement options available to you in the Chicago area.

     

    Additional Lock Functions

    While you can generally expedite replacement of your old locks by choosing locks from the same manufacturer, you may want to first consider the variety of features available to you when upgrading your locks.

    Most of the functions available are meant to fulfill special needs of unique situations. Locks that have a heightened degree of vandal resistance and locks designed for use in school environments are just two examples of the extra functions that locks can have.

    These functions tend to conform to ANSI standards, which allows a comparison between the various locks available.

     

    Cylindrical Lock Replacement

    While cylindrical locks are some of the most common types of locks, there are still a number of considerations that must be made when replacing a cylindrical lock.
     
    1. How much door preparation is required?
     
    Most cylindrical locks locate their bolts at the 12 or 6 o’clock position that utilizes a 5/16” to 3/8” diameter cross bore, but different manufacturers may have a different setup. Some even allow more modular design that allows for the bore to be adjusted to match existing door prep work.
     
    2. How do lock cylinder dimensions in the exterior lever compare?
    The diameter of lock cylinders tend to be unique to the manufacturers’ masterkey system. Competitive keyway replacement lock cylinders may be available from certain manufacturers, while other manufactures may provide interchangeable exterior levers for the sole purpose of matching equipment lock cylinders of other manufacturers.
     
    3. How well does the diameter of the rose match?
    If the upgraded rose of a lock is smaller than the rose from the previous lock, then you may need to add paint or a finish ring to your door to make the lock both secure and aesthetically pleasing.

    It’s worth noting that this is not a problem when upgrading from a knob lock to a lever cylindrical lock, as most knob locks have lock roses that are significantly smaller than those used in most current cylindrical locks.

     

    Mechanical Pushbutton Locks

    Pushbutton locks off an alternative way to unlock a door. They offer this advantage while being of about the same difficulty to install as a keyed lock.

    Most pushbutton locks use a 3- to 10-digit code to enable a greater degree of secure keys that can be memorized for use. Many pushbutton locks are ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 or 2 certified, and offer the option to use a key as an override to the code if something goes wrong.

    Cylindrical locks can be upgraded using a solenoid or a motor to make a lock change states when the keypad is used. The option for request-to-exit output is also available with some pushbutton locks.

    Understanding Similar Lock Replacement Options

    Other options that haven’t expressly been covered are available when replacing a lock, but most considerations for these types of replacements are similar to the considerations already mentioned.

    For example, mortise locks carry many considerations similar to cylindrical locks.

    When replacing your locks, it’s wise to have your local Chicago locksmith go over the options for functions and lock replacement that you have available to you. New exit devices, electronic control system integration, and even locks that use standalone electromechanical features to create a stronger security environment exist.

    To this end, it’s vital that you choose a lock replacement that works best with your facility. This will give you the largest degree of security while deterring malicious individuals from trying to vandalize your commercial or industrial business.

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  • E-key Technology: The Lockitron

    Posted on March 13th, 2014 0 Comments

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    E-keys are unique because they improve upon the faults that traditional keys have. You cannot lose them and permanently compromise your security. If you’re late to come home to meet someone like a family member or a friend, you can send them an e-key and tell them to make themselves at home before your arrive. You can’t do that with a traditional key. Oh, and you can retract the e-key if you change your mind. Traditional keys cannot offer these options. E-keys significantly improve on these points. We’ve seen a number of keyless locks let’s see how this compares.

     

    What does the Lockitron boast?

    • Send an e-key to anyone, wherever they are and at any time.
    • Temporarily disable or permanently delete a user from the system.
    • E-keys have no expiration.
    • Traditional keys, and keyfobs are available
    • Access is as simple as walking up to the door.

     

    Usage Tracking

    • See who sent or accepted an e-key
    • See who was enabled or disabled access
    • See who was deleted from the system
    • See real-time push notifications when someone knocks on the door.
    • Check to see if you door was locked or not for peace of mind.

     

    The Lockitron is compatible with all phones and doesn’t need WiFi access to be used. The great thing about the Lockitron is that it has 24/7 support, so that if a phone is lost your locks won’t be vulnerable once you’re able to get into contact with a technician. We really like this lock. It’s one of the first big competitors we’ve seen take aim at the Kēvo by Kwikset. This lock hits the e-lock security market at the right time. Products like the Danalock by Poly-Control and The Yale Real Living Touchscreen Z-Wave Deadbolt, have drawn wide interest. All are different in appearance; all apply the functionality at the sake of being user-friendly, reliable and most importantly safe. 

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  • The Future of Key Copying

    Posted on March 6th, 2014 0 Comments

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    KeyMe copies keys. That’s it. But they do it through advanced scanning technology and robotics. According to them, although we have no actual science to back this claim, their keys are more accurately cut then at locksmith and hardware stores. Right now KeyMe has 24/7 kiosks around the city, five or so. At the kiosk you can print a key within minutes. If you need a key for delivery they can do that. And it doesn’t take too long. It costs about $20.00 to complete the order. Shipping and same day is also available. You can do all of this by adding their phone app and scanning your key into the cloud. Once it’s there, you’ll never have to fear throwing money into a locksmith’s pocket for a lockout again. The kiosk key costs $2-$5. That’s possibly a 100% price difference upon a locked out scenario. 

     

    How does it work?

    The first thing one does is download the KeyMe app. Once that’s downloaded, scan your key into the system. A small grid comes up. Your key should be about 4 inches away and under a white piece of paper for the required scan. From your phone you can request immediate keys or use a kiosk near you. It’s that easy. You can even go to a locksmith and have them duplicate the key if you don’t have the original on hand.

     

    Here are the benefits so far

    • Backup your keys
    • Share and duplicate keys 24/7
    • Request immediate delivery or planned delivery of keys
    • Never again get triumphantly ripped off by a locked out service.

     

    Security

    What are the security issues? Well, KeyMe has thought about that too: They promote that they store as little information about you as possible. They do not store information which links you to a residence. Well, that’s good. They also require verification of transaction. You need mobile registration and email certification for digital completion. At a Kiosk you need to finger print and credit card. Additionally, scanning of a key cannot be done in a “flyby” way. Meaning, someone can not just take a quick picture of your keys and get them duplicated. Email notifications are sent when any transactions are made to ensure your safety. The only issue we have is concerning how safe your information is on the cloud. They say it’s safe, but that would be the only thing to be weary of.

     

    The Wrap Up

    In reality, locksmiths are facing a lot of changes coming to their industry. Recently KeyMe teamed up with Shapeways and are working on how to scan and print keys on 3D printers. Overall, these scanning apps, and kiosks are only the beginning. Check out the current KeyMe locations. There are few, but they are coming to battle the E-key for the time being.

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