1. Programming Your New Transponder Key

    Transponder keys require special replacement practices   Replacing your car’s key is not as simple as it once was. In the old days you could very easily get a duplicate key made at your local hardware store, and have as many spares as you wanted for a relatively cheap price. With the advent of the transponder key, all of this has changed. Now if you lose your car’s key, or simply want to …Read More

  2. Your Guide To Transponder Keys

    If your vehicle was built after 1995, it is likely that your car’s key contains a transponder chip. This chip, usually located in the main body of the key, communicates with your car’s on board computer through the use of radio waves. Through this process, your vehicle will recognize that the key detected in the ignition is coded to your car, and will allow the car to start. No chip, no igniti…Read More

  3. 4 Common Locks For The Home

    You should feel safe in your home. It’s one of the few spaces in the world where you can really let your hair down and relax, and the last thing you want is an intruder bursting into your home and disrupting your peace of mind. Having the proper locks on your home’s doors will ensure that the only people who can get into your home are the ones that you want to. Below we have listed the four mo…Read More