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  • Are You Too Secure? How to Protect Your Home or Company Without Looking Crazy

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    Is there a such thing as being too secure? Is it possible to take the security measures in your home or at your company a little too far? While there’s no doubt that we live in a dangerous world, when does a healthy concern for safety turn into overkill?

    Keep in mind that the art of securing a home or business is a delicate balancing act; you want to be able to provide a sense of safety and comfort for everyone who lives (or works) there, but at the same time you don’t want to go overboard to the point where it’s difficult to carry out the routine aspects of everyday life.

    In other words, if your home security plan involves six or seven deadbolts for each door and a small army of Rottweilers, you might need to give some more thought to practicality. This same thing holds true in the office as well; if your employees have to undergo a retinal scan, fingerprint verification and possibly an impromptu blood test just to open the utility closet, some balance might be needed. If you’re looking for a more practical approach to security, here’s what you can do to protect your home or company without looking like a total quack.

    Security Devices: Choose Quality Over Quantity

    Choosing high-quality security products is one of the best moves you can make to ensure a practical but highly effective approach to protecting your home or business. We can sometimes carry the mistaken notion that more is always better, but more is not always practical; for example, if you’ve equipped your front door with a thumbturn deadbolt and a jimmy-proof deadbolt along with your knob lock, bear in mind that any traditional deadbolt or knob lock will require a key, which also means that it can be picked or bumped by a skilled burglar. Not only that, but you’ll also have quite a time fumbling with different key sets to lock/unlock each one every time you enter or leave your home.

    While some people are willing to accept this type of drudgery as the “price you pay” for home security, there is a better way. Why not choose a keyless lock that is both bump-proof and pick-proof, and can be locked or unlocked without using a key at all?

    Going Keyless Equals Better Protection and Less Hassle

    Keyless locks eliminate much of the hassle that comes with using multiple traditional locks. Instead of keeping track of several sets of keys that can easily be lost, stolen or copied without your knowledge, all you would have to keep up with is a passcode. Yep, that’s it–a passcode.

    For example, the Lockey M210 push-button lock allows you to punch in a simple code (of your choosing) on the combination keypad to gain entry, but it is virtually impregnable to those who don’t know the code. The Lockey M210 is pick-proof, bump proof and even hacksaw proof, and it features a rust-resistant and vandal-protected keypad, which for all intents and purposes makes this lock indestructible. This beats navigating multiple traditional locks each and every time you enter or exit your home or workplace.

    There is a way to provide adequate protection for your home or company, and it’s through the unbeatable convenience and robust security of keyless locks. You don’t have to over-complicate your security measures with excessive locksets. Choose quality, simplicity and top-notch security by going keyless!

    Lockey M210, M210-EZ Keyless Push Button Deadbolt Lock