How to Pick a Lock

You see this title often. If you search hard enough, you’ll find all sorts of tricks for picking door locks, car locks and even some that are more complicated, but really, we’re not going to give anything away here. Why? Because it would be irresponsible for us. Regardless of the pledge we took and the oath we swore to act ethically in our profession, it’s just not responsible for locksmiths to share trade secrets. Sure, anyone can find out how to pick a lock on their own and if they have the tools, they’ll succeed with enough practice. That doesn’t mean we have to make it easy for the bad guys.

There are plenty of locks available for your home that can prevent break-ins from nonprofessionals with lock-picking tools. When you’re looking to protect your home and family, however, it’s always a good idea to get the advice of a professional locksmith. Give us a call if you’re ready to beef up your security and we’ll come out and evaluate your home and give you a complete home security inspection report.

If you own a business, we can install an intercom or remote access locking unit and alarm system. These systems are highly technical and not all locksmiths are qualified to install them. M&D Locks and Keys is. Many of our clients are in the lower Manhattan and Mid-Town areas and need to protect information and important documents. They rely on us to secure their offices and buildings with very sophisticated locking systems. If we can do it for them, we can do it for you.

Industrial locks are probably among the most unique. Some heavy-duty systems need to be put in place to secure heavy equipment and machinery. Often, these locking mechanisms are required to withstand high and low temperatures, extreme weather conditions and heavy impact by blunt instruments. At the same time, they need to be sophisticated enough to prevent picking.

For the right type of locking mechanisms in your home or office, give us a call at 347-269-4018.

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