Door Lock Problems And Tips to Fix them

If you've experienced problems with your door lock, you're not alone. There are a variety of issues you might encounter, including a broken key in the lock, a misaligned latch, or a loose door lock. Here are a few tips to solve common issues with your door lock.

What Are Some Typical Door Lock Problems?

Door lock problems can be annoying and frustrating, but they can be easily fixed with the right tools and knowledge. Here we have talked about a few of the most common issues that can affect the performance of your door lock. These issues can be caused by the following. 

Misaligned strike plates: If your door lock is misaligned, it will not lock properly, leading to many other problems.

Lock-outs: Having a faulty door lock can leave your home unprotected. Not only does this cause a loss of security, but it can also cause your property to be vulnerable to break-ins. That's why you should never delay getting repairs. Putting off getting repairs may end up costing you a lot more money in the long run.

How To Fix Loose Door Locks

A loose door lock can be a frustrating problem. It can be easily dislodged by accident or caused by a malfunctioning internal component. A fastener set screw or spindle could have come loose. No matter the cause, there are a few simple DIY solutions to fix the problem.

The first step is to remove the base of the door knob or handle. This requires a flathead screwdriver. You have to avoid damaging the backing plate, or you will ruin the lock. You may need to call a local locksmith if you damage the plate. Using a flathead screwdriver, remove the screws running through the door and into the backing plate. Once the screws are out, the knob or handle will be loose.

Next, clean the keyway of the lock. This may involve removing any debris or objects that have gotten stuck in the keyway. If you cannot remove the obstructions, you can use a lubricant to clear the keyway. Be careful, however, because the wrong lubricant may damage the lock.

How To Fix Misaligned Door Locks

A misaligned door lock can prevent the door from locking correctly. It can occur when the door is warped or not hanging squarely in the frame. A professional locksmith can check the door and identify the cause. This type of repair is not inexpensive but may be necessary if you are unable to unlock the door.

Misaligned door locks can be a security concern because they make the door easier to bypass in a break-in. A misaligned door lock can be fixed by unscrewing the lock mechanism and repositioning the strike plate and deadbolt. This method may take many tries, and it may be necessary to adjust the door hinges to ensure proper alignment.

How To Remove A Broken Key From A Lock

A paperclip is a very useful tool that can be used to remove a broken key from a lock. To use a paperclip, bend the metal clip so that the tip is pointed downward, and insert it into the keyhole above the broken piece. Press the metal clip into the keyway gently, then gradually pull it out.

A broken key can be very frustrating, but if you have the right tools, you can remove it quickly. The most crucial step in removing a broken key from a lock is to keep calm. Panicking will only worsen the situation and cause you to damage the lock. Luckily, some simple methods remove a broken key that only requires household tools.

 

How To Fix Jammed Locks And Jammed Latches

There are various possible reasons for jammed locks and latches. One reason is that a broken part in the lock has caused it to malfunction. This could be a broken latch or a broken spindle hole. Fortunately, there are ways to repair and restore jammed locks and latches.

If the problem is a stubborn latch, you can try to expand the strike plate's slot. You can try this by testing the latch to see if it latches. Alternatively, you can try repositioning the strike plate by moving it. Another way to open a jammed latch is to insert a plastic card into the latch.


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How to Protect Your Exterior Business Locks

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Have you ever tried entering your business but found you were not able to turn the key? Or, has your employee called to say they can't lock the doors because the key won't work?

Both situations are inconvenient. They are also avoidable.

We take locks for granted. Once you lock your doors, you trust that they are keeping your property safe.


Why You Need to Look at Your Locks

The reality is that your business locks are subjected to a significant amount of wear and tear. Your doors may be locked and unlocked many times over 24 hours, depending on your industry. Without checking your lock durability, you can be risking a break-in.

To protect the exterior locks of your business, it is crucial to maintain lock integrity. Simple maintenance tasks like cleaning and servicing your locks will ensure a long lifespan and efficient function, keeping your business secure. You can even complete some of them yourself!

Keep reading to see our tips for protecting your exterior business locks.

Keep the Locks Clean

In Texas, we know windy weather. Unfortunately, along with wind comes blown dust, dirt, and debris. Without cleaning your locks, this debris can accumulate in the moving mechanisms of the lock, and the lock could break.

Good news—you can clean your locks with a soft cloth and some warm soapy water. Clean regularly (at least once a quarter) and after heavy winds.

For cleaning the inside of the lock, silicone lubricant is available. This lubricant is applied inside the keyhole and latch. Spray the lubricant in the keyhole, put your key in, and pull it out several times to spread the lubricant. Wipe off the excess lubricant from your key once the lock is functioning properly again.

It is imperative to use a lubricant made for lock cleaning and not graphite, which can cause further clogs. People have attempted to use other substances like graphite and petroleum jelly, which can cause further clogs.

If your locks are dirty from these or other substances, call a professional locksmith so that it works properly again and does not break.

Clean the Door

While you are cleaning your locks, it is also a good idea to clean your doors. The same dust, dirt, and grime that accumulates on your locks can also gather on your doors, and when it rains, it can move from the door's surface to your locks.

It should go without saying that you want your business' doors to look and sound as good as possible. Like your locks, use warm soapy water and a soft cloth to wipe your doors. If there is glass on your door, a glass cleaner will help to avoid streaks.

Keeping your door clean will maintain the professional appearance of your business and prevent your lock from accumulating more dirty residue.

Adjust the Door Frames

Something that often gets overlooked is the alignment of door frames.

A door that sits on the hinges incorrectly will put too much weight on the lock. Too much weight on the lock will eventually cause the lock to malfunction. A door that leans onto the lock can also keep the door bound and restrict its ability to open or close.

Finally, ensure that your door does not slam when closing, as it is sure to damage your lock and door hardware. Servicing the door will help to keep your business safe and secure.

Be Aware of Wear and Tear

Every time you lock or unlock your business, check for wear and tear. If you notice that it is getting harder to turn the key or lock and unlock, you should call a professional to replace your locks.

Periodically check your locks for missing or lose pieces. You may be able to tighten the loose screws yourself, but it will be beneficial to you to call a locksmith to inspect the lock if the problem persists.

Calling a locksmith in, even if the job is minor, may prevent you from being locked out of your business and ensure that your business and employees are safe and secure.

Use Access Control Systems

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Eliminating a key and lock system can help keep your locks protected. You or your employees will be given an electronic credential, such as a key fob, access card, or keypad PIN, to enter the building instead of a key.

Access control systems are especially convenient for employees who work varying shifts, as they can come and go at will, without waiting for someone with a key.

This is beneficial to a business owner because it ends calls about being locked out or lost keys. You will also gain the ability to record door access history. If an access card or code is used to enter your business, the date, time, and access number will be recorded and easily checked.

When to Call a Locksmith

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While there are some minor services you can do to your locks to make sure that they stay protected and your business is safe, sometimes a call to a professional locksmith like DML Locksmith is in order.

Taking good care of your doors and locks will help maintain their lifespan, help them perform well, and prevent costly and inconvenient repairs.

It is a good idea to take care of the day-to-day maintenance of your door and its hardware. But, when it comes to anything more complicated, or if you are unsure about the state of your lock or security system, call DML Locksmith.


Call a Professional Locksmith

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Business locks are used frequently and need to be thoroughly cleaned and dismantled by a professional locksmith. After lubricating and replacing broken or worn parts, a locksmith can reassemble the locks so you can continue to use them. A locksmith can also determine when your locks need to be replaced.

DML Locksmiths have experts trained to keep your home or business secure. The locksmiths can offer security suggestions or help get you in your business in the case of a lockout.

Should you have any uncertainty about your locks' safety or want to discuss an upgrade to a more advanced system, turn to DML Locksmith. DML Locksmith will come to your business and assess your security needs so that your business—your livelihood—is safe and secure.


DML Locksmith Services

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Plano, TX

75023

(214) 622-8852

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Should You Rekey Your Home or Change Your Locks?

If you have ever moved into a new home, split from a partner, or lost your house keys, you have probably wondered about changing your locks.

Changing the locks on your home is usually the first thing we think of in these scenarios, but did you know that you don’t have to change your locks?

Most people are unaware that another option can be cheaper and often better. The solution is rekeying the locks.

Rekeying your locks can save you money, especially if you need to do so often.

Homeowners tend to lean towards changing their locks, but not because a lock change is advantageous over re-keying; it is usually because they are not informed about the benefits of rekeying.

If you are wondering what circumstances are appropriate for rekeying your locks and when you need to change your locks, we will explain them below.


What is Rekeying a Lock?

Rekeying a lock means changing the working key in a lock to a different key. The lock itself does not get replaced. This means your lock remains the same, but anyone trying to use the original key would be unsuccessful.

To begin the rekeying process, a locksmith must have a current fitting key. Otherwise, the lock will need to be picked, possibly incurring more fees for you and thus becoming more expensive than changing the locks.

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A locksmith will rekey a lock by disassembling and reassembling the lock with different parts inside.

These parts are called key pins or tumblers. When a lock is rekeyed, it does not become less secure.

Instead, the number of pins inside determines the security of a lock, so if a locksmith changes the existing five pins for five new pins, the lock will be secure as it was before the rekeying.

Rekeying is typically the cheaper alternative to changing out locks. It is cost-effective to rekey a lock because it is reusing your existing lock structure.

Most residential and business locks can be rekeyed, so it is simply a matter of your choice and whether your locksmith has the necessary equipment.

One practical reason to rekey your locks is for convenience. If your home has a front and back door with different keys, you may have your locks rekeyed to use the same key. Note that the locks must be the same brand.

Enlisting the service of a locksmith is essential when you want to rekey your locks because you risk the security of your home if you make an error rekeying.

Benefits of Rekeying Your Locks

Cost-Effectiveness

Changing only the key pins in a lock cylinder keeps costs low. Key pins are inexpensive, and you will only have to pay a locksmith for labor and maybe some other small fees.

If you are looking to keep your costs down but want to ensure that your house is as secure as it was, rekeying your locks is ideal for you.

Security

Rekeying your locks can renew your sense of security as you are declaring all other keys obsolete in doing so.

Rekeying your locks is an excellent option for new homeowners that have a strict budget. A new homeowner can have the locks rekeyed to ensure that the only working keys for the locks are those in their possession. Rekeying can ensure that the new owners feel safe and secure in their new homes.

Aesthetics

If you like your locks’ brand and the way they look, you should not replace the locks. Replacing your locks might mean that you need to do some repair work, depending on the shape and size of the previous lock.

Rekeying your locks will leave your locks in their current footprint, which is a good idea, especially if you are satisfied with your existing brand and shape.

A Quick Solution

When you are concerned with your home’s safety and would like a quick solution to your problem, you may wish to call a locksmith to rekey your locks.

A locksmith can rekey your lock quickly and effortlessly. There are only a couple of tools needed to complete the rekeying process and minimal labor. If time is a factor when deciding between changing the locks or re-keying, re-keying will be the faster option.


What Is Your Best Choice?

There are many cases where changing your locks is necessary. For instance, when you have had a break-in, your locks are damaged, or if you want a more secure locking system than you currently have and more.

There are also many instances where a simple rekeying can accomplish what you require, at a cheaper cost than changing the locks.

Take Away: Each method has its purpose and works equally well.


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If you live in the greater Dallas area and are ready to have your locks rekeyed, or you want to discuss locks and security with a professional locksmith, contact DML Locksmith Services.

DML Locksmith Services has the industry knowledge and expertise to keep your home and family safe and protected.

Call us today.


DML Locksmith Services

2109 W. Parker Rd Suite 206

Plano, TX

75023

(214) 622-8852

https://www.dmllocksmith.com/

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How Often Should I Change the Locks on my Home?

Your home is your castle, and your locks are one of the only things that stand between your family and the outside world.

Security is essential for you to feel safe at home, and your door locks are the easiest way to accomplish this.

You may feel that you have the best security system, but nothing beats your exterior door locks.

While your doors are relatively solid, a home’s doors and locks do need minimal maintenance and updates from time to time.

New locks are not only meant for keeping your possessions, home, and family safe.

When you update your locks, you also have the opportunity to improve the home’s curb appeal, upgrade to a better lock system, or switch to smart locks.

Have you ever thought about how often you should change your locks?

Here’s our guide to help you understand when you should consider changing your locks for both home improvement and for safety.


Moving Into a New Home

One of the most frequent reasons for lock changes is a move to a new home.

Moving to a new home can bring stress and chaos.

There are hustle and bustle and many things to take care of upon your move-in to a new home, so it makes sense that you might not think to change the locks.

You are given the keys from the sellers upon closing the home.

You might trust the person you have purchased from, but do you also know and trust everyone that may have been given a spare key? Babysitters, dog walkers/animal sitters, housekeepers, and contractors (among others) may have been given a key to your home by the previous owner.

Another reason for a lock change on move-in is that you may not be aware of any issues with the locks that will present themselves at a later time.

On a more nefarious note, if the home is a foreclosure, you may have to deal with a resentful former owner that kept a copy of the house key.

It is also a good idea to change the locks on your garage or any outbuilding of which you have taken ownership.

If you are not the first owner of the home, you really do not know how many keys to your new home are ‘out there.’

To ensure the safety of you and your home, change your locks on or after your move-in, and have a professional locksmith check for any broken locks that may need to be replaced.

When Keys are Lost

Lost keys can be a cause for stress. Stolen keys even more so.

If you, or someone you live with, have lost a set of your house keys, it is time to change your locks.

Even if your keys are returned to you by a (seemingly) well-intentioned stranger, you will never be sure that there was not a duplicate set of keys made.

To avoid worry, have your locks changed.

After a Marital Split

As much as we try to remain friends after a marriage or relationship breakdown, sometimes it is impossible.

When there is a shared home involved—owned or rented—you will want to change the locks to ensure that there is no opportunity for your ex-partner to enter your home.

Hurt feelings and anger can lead to emotionally-charged behavior in even the most honest people.

Your ex-partner could enter your home to reclaim some contested items.

Simply changing the locks will ensure that no one can come into your home without your permission.

As a Landlord

New tenant: Landlords must be accountable for the safety of their tenants. As a landlord, you must provide a home that is inhabitable. This means that your space should be safe and livable and your tenants rely on you to provide this. A change of the locks after you have a tenant turnover is crucial to your tenant’s safety and security, as well as their peace of mind. Your former tenant may have been ideal, but you do not know if there were additional keys made.

Eviction: An eviction is something no landlord wants to serve, but they happen. Once you have had to remove someone from one of your apartments/homes, it is a good idea to change the locks to the home. If it is a multi-unit home, a changeover of both the front door locks as well as of the unit itself is in the best interest of your tenants and your investment.

Tenants’ request: Your tenant may request a change of locks. In this case, a change of locks will keep your tenant happy renting from you and feeling secure in the home.

After a break-in

As awful as it is to think about an intruder in your home, it is important to mitigate the emotional and physical damage your home has sustained.

After your home has been burgled, your concern should be less about spare keys and more about the damage your locks sustained while the incident took place.


Other Reasons to Replace Your Locks

Aside from the above reasons, it might be time to change your locks if you have recently had your home renovated, had a house or pet sitter, or had a roommate move out.


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If you are in any of the above situations, or if you are simply uncertain or uncomfortable about your locks, remember that your safety and security are most important, and it is time to call a locksmith to change your locks.

DML Locksmiths are knowledgeable, efficient, and ready to help you secure your home or office.

Whether you are wanting a locksmith to upgrade your locks on a new house, or you are evicting a tenant, contact DML. Whatever the reason for your lock change, DML has the solution for you.


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2109 W. Parker Rd Suite 206

Plano, TX

75023

(214) 622-8852

https://www.dmllocksmith.com/

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10 Reasons Why You Should Upgrade Your Home to Smart Locks

We live in a growing technological world and wherever we turn, there seem to be new superfluous smart gadgets (hello, music-syncing light bulbs!).

But in reality, most of these smart technologies are time and energy-saving devices that make your home smarter and help it work better for you.

In this global climate, there is no better time to secure your home.

Using smart technology can help protect your family and home from burglaries, which happen every 22 seconds in the US.

Luckily, burglary rates have steadily decreased over the past few years.

But that does not mean you should let your guard down.

In fact, with smart home technology like smart locks and security cameras, homes are more secure now than ever.

The need to secure your home is important and thankfully, making your home secure can be simple with smart technology like smart locks.

Whether you are experienced in smart home technology or have just gotten started, smart locks are a great way to add sophistication and functionality to your home.


We have compiled a list of our top 10 reasons that a simple upgrade to a smart lock will reshape your everyday life.

1. A Sophisticated First Impression and Bolstered Curb Appeal

Your front door is the first view your neighbors and visitors have of your home, so it is important to make a statement.

The installation of a smart lock system does not mean adding a misshapen, enormous lock to your door.

In fact, most smart locks are streamlined and look like regular locks.

A small change like a new lock and handle can go a long way.

You will not only bolster your home’s security, but you will also increase your home’s resale value and improve upon your curb appeal.

When you update your front door, there is no bigger upgrade than an upgrade of the hardware.

If you plan to sell your home, you might find more interest from potential buyers due to smart technology.

Potential buyers will appreciate access to technology.

In a 2018 study by real estate company Coldwell Banker, smart technology in the home was found to be ‘integral’ to a quicker, better sale.

Simply put, the investment into smart locks will pay out in the sale of your home.

2. Different Lock Types and Uses

If you are not enthusiastic about the appearance of some smart lock systems, rest assured that there is a look that will fit your style.

There are smart locks that look like regular locks, for the more traditional homeowner or more ultra-modern smart locks for the technology lover, and just about everything else in between.

Perhaps you don’t want the world to know that you have a smart lock.

There is a lock that will help with that.

Some retrofit locks attach to the inner part of your deadbolt which disguises the fact that you have a smart lock.

Not only are there different styles of locks, but there are also different types of locks as well:

If you have ever struggled at your door with full hands, you will understand the benefit of smart locks for your home.

In addition to this convenience, smart locks offer a variety of other benefits, like letting someone into your home without actually being physically present, and the potential to set up E-Keys to give to your children, cleaners, or anyone that needs access to your home.

The E-Key is a specified code that you set and can then be erased after use.

Typically smart locks offer the option of multiples of E-Keys to be set.

3. Added Security and Convenience

Smart locks can offer you added security and safety for your home and life.

Your smart lock can offer presence detection, which alleviates the potential for lockouts (or lock-ins!).

You may choose to program your smart lock to recognize certain people to allow them access to your home, which works well if you have a cleaning service, caretaker, or childcare on a regular basis.

As mentioned above, certain smart locks allow you to give access to your home with an E-Key.

However, smart locks also allow you to set parameters around the access given. For example, an E-Key will allow your cleaner access to your home only on Mondays between 12 pm and 4 pm.

As with all smart devices, it is important to keep on top of security updates and change your password frequently.

However, smart locks offer peace of mind that your home has an extra set of virtual eyes.

With the addition of E-Keys, you will not have spare keys to worry about. You can choose to lock your home (even while you’re in it) at a certain time every day.

4. You Can Still Use Regular Keys

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Just because you have installed a smart lock on your home does not mean that you have to get rid of your house keys.

Choose a smart lock that has the option of a keyed entry, and you will have the best of both worlds.

Certain smart locks will attach to your existing deadbolt to give you an added blanket of security.

Your home will be watched over by your lock system, and you can still give a temporary access code.

5. Accessibility Features

If you have a condition that prevents you from the use of everyday products in your home, a smart lock may help with one piece of the puzzle.

Depending on the age of your lock or the way your key was cut, you may have struggled with a key and lock.

A smart lock with a touch or code function can alleviate this problem.

Some people who may benefit from a smart lock are the elderly, anyone with an injured wrist or hand/Carpal Tunnel, and people with certain disabilities, arthritis, and illnesses.

A smart lock will provide ease of entry for anyone that struggles with grip or the ability to use their arms, hands, fingers, or wrists.

6. Remote Functions

You will be able to lock or unlock your home from wherever you are with the simple use of your smartphone.

You will also be able to confirm that your home is locked and secure even if you are out for a night on the town.

This makes for a worry-free vacation, and a quick check on your mobile device is easy if you are worried that you have forgotten to lock your house.

You can also ensure that your family has secured the home after leaving.

7. Multiple Access Points

While we refer to the use of a Smartphone for the control of your smart locks, most smart locks simply require Bluetooth or an internet connection to be controlled.

This means you can use your Smartphone, laptop, computer, or tablet to control your smart locks.

You may even be able to use a virtual assistant, like Google or Alexa, to control your smart locks.

8. Never “Lose” Your Keys Again!

A smart lock really should add convenience to your life, and the use of a house key is not necessary with a smart lock.

You may still want to use your keys, but if you are like many people, you will be glad to be rid of them.

9. Smart Locks Are A Great Addition To Your Smart Home

If you have already upgraded parts of your house with smart technology, smart locks work well to complement your smart home.

With a fully integrated smart home, you will be able to set your home’s temperature, turn the lights on and off, record your favorite television programs, and lock or unlock your house—you can even program certain smart locks to respond to lights, temperature and more when your home is locked or unlocked.

Your home will be monitored by you, whenever you want to keep tabs on it.

10. Affordability

The best reason to install smart locks on your home? The price tag.

Smart locks are a budget-friendly investment in your home, security, and convenience for years to come, and may even help sell your home when the time is right.


Choose DML Locksmith Services to Upgrade Your Home

Are you ready to make the upgrade to smart locks? Contact DML today to discuss your options and see which smart lock options work best for you.


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Expert Advice and Tips From DML Locksmith’s Professional Team

At DML Locksmith services we take pride in offering a wide array of services and the expert advice we extend to our valuable customers. We feel happy to help people, especially during urgent situations. Whether you’re facing an automobile lockout issue or going through a lock system-related problem at your workplace venue, we extend trustworthy and quick service.

#1 Get your lock installation done ONLY by skilled locksmiths – DIY tricks can be dreadful!

Yes, often DIY enthusiasm is good, but for cases like installing locks – dropping the idea is better! With our presence in the Locksmithing industry for an appreciable time, we have noted a number of times that customers who have this DIY urge to try out hands in fitting new locks or restoring the existing ones had to face lock and lock system-related issues. It truly matters that lock fittings are done by a proficient locksmith who has the correct tools in his kit, the basic essentials, and rich experience. Doing it in the absence of knowledge can cause needless damage to your well-designed doors or windows.

#2 Say “NO” to your locked-out situation forever. Get spare keys for your family members.

It might appear as a simple solution, but it’s really effective when you don’t want your door’s beautiful design to be engraved with ugly drilling spots. By the idea of sharing keys with your family members, you would never be in a locked-out situation. You can even make out most from our key replacement services for instant needs.

Our broad range of safety measures is sure to shield your home or office premises from unforeseen security concerns. Call us today for quality-oriented services and advice that you can trust.


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Plano, TX

75023

(214) 622-8852

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What to Consider Before Hiring a Professional Locksmith Company?

A perfect lock system ensures safety for our homes, workplaces, and vehicles. But, when you lock yourself outside your own home or car mistakenly, you might wish for a few moments that safety types of equipment didn’t exist! It’s time to contact a professional locksmith company.

But who should you connect with? Whom should you expect to carefully open your car or home?

Here are some prerequisites of an expert locksmith company that is worth considering before you hire them for your lock-related issues.

1. Ensure That Your Locksmith Company Is Located Nearby.

This is one of the most important factors to consider before you hire a locksmith company. In case, the locksmith company which you’re calling is located at a distant place, they might add additional charges for traveling as well. Localized locksmith service providers usually have a nearby office to which you can even pay a visit for your future security needs and support.

2. Make Sure That The Locksmith Company Is Licensed And Insured.

What if any damage occurs during the repair? You should always remain proactive in identifying whether the locksmith company you’re contacting is licensed and insured or not. Additionally, get a clear cost estimation for the lock system repair service to be provided. Make sure there are no hidden charges.

3. Do A Little Research On The Web.

See to it that the locksmith company you are hiring has a good follower base on its social profiles. The feedback and testimonials justify a company’s ingenuity in helping people with quality services.

DML Locksmith Services is a KEY solution to your LOCKED OUT problem. Contact us today at – 214-622-8852


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2109 W. Parker Rd Suite 206

Plano, TX

75023

(214) 622-8852

https://www.dmllocksmith.com/

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Why You Need A Residential Locksmith To Secure Your Home

Home and security – are two different words but in reality, they are inseparable. If you have a house, you need security for it.

Home security is one of the most important parts of modern living.

Before choosing security for your home, you need to be careful with your choices and also should fetch proper information about the security service providers.

You also need to explore and investigate options for your home security.


After Moving Into a New House

Let’s start with locks. You should always make sure that you have replaced all the locks in your new house.

The primary reason is that you don’t know whether the previous owners have made duplicates or not.

In such cases, it is always advisable to contact a locksmith. Locksmiths are not only to get a duplicate key for your lost keys; they can revamp the whole home security including duplicate keys.

Seek Friends’ or Acquaintances’ Advice

Before choosing a home security provider, it is always advisable to approach your friends or acquaintances that have availed of related services from that organization.

They might share their experiences & opinions which might be beneficial for you. This plays a huge role in choosing locksmith services, making the right choice is really important.

Security Concerns While Vacationing

However, many think that buying a home security system can secure their houses. But, in reality, it is the complete opposite.

For instance, if you are very much active on the internet and connected with some unknown people then you should always avoid announcing your upcoming vacations.

In a way, you are offering information to thieves on the best time to rob your house. You should never keep your phone or landline operating when you are vacationing.

A continually ringing mobile phone gives robbers or thieves a hint that you are not at home, giving the possibility of getting robbed. Setting-off an alert at the time of robbery or burglary is one of the predominant factors of a home security system.

Children’s Safety, Clean Neighborhood & Active Social Life

Various frameworks can be applied pertaining to security services at whatever point anyone enters your residence.

Apart from preventing robbery, for those parents of children who are always worried about the fact that their children might sneak out, this type of home security is a boon & relief for many.

It is also important for you to get rid of dead & dried vegetation near your home and keeps your residential area clean. It is also essential to speak with your neighbors and people living in your vicinity.

Request them to watch your home or such things. You may also indulge in neighborhood gossip. This may help you to end up hearing weird things happening near the area.


Why DML Locksmith Services?

At DML Locksmith Services, we offer state-of-the-art locksmith services across the Allen region. Our wide ranges of security services keep your home safe from unforeseen security concerns.

We also offer advice pertaining to residential locksmith services across the Allen region.

Call us today for any security-related services or advice that you may require.


DML Locksmith Services

2109 W. Parker Rd Suite 206

Plano, TX

75023

(214) 622-8852

https://www.dmllocksmith.com/

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