Monday - Friday
8:30am - 5:00pm
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SINCE 1901
Frequently Asked Questions
[+] What are your hours?
Our showroom and service hours are MOnday thourgh Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm.
Sorry, we do not offer emergency service.
[+] Do you do automotive work?
Sorry, we do not do any automotive work at this time.
[+] How can I pay you?
We accept the following as payment options:
[+] How often should I lubricate my locks?
Ideally, once a month on all locks exposed to weather, quarterly on interior cylinders. Automobiles, especially, need frequent lubrication, because they are exposed to weather constantly.
[+] What do I do if my lock freezes?
Rule #1: Force nothing! In almost all cases, all you have to do is thaw the moisture in the lock. Keeping that in mind, if you can get in the car start it and turn the heater on high. Next, whether you can start it or not, run an extension cord to the car, bring out a blow dryer and blow hot air right on to the face of the lock. Usually, in 5 minutes or less, the cylinder will be freed. If that isn’t possible, squirt lock de-icer into the cylinder, remembering to lubricate the cylinder once again after it is free. Never pour hot or warm water over the locks to free them. Yes, it may get you into the car, but within a few minutes the water will freeze again, and the problem will be worse than it was when you started.
If you follow the suggestions about, your frozen lock problems are largely behind you. If you have any questions about these instructions, or questions about physical or electronic security for your home or business, please call and speak to one of our trained security specialists. Whatever your protection needs, our expert staff can help.