It just keeps amazing me how hot the real estate sector remains. People and businesses are moving all the time. Rekeying your locks should be a top priority. The last time I moved I changed my locks only to later find out others had the old key. No harm, but piece of mind. I have also found that while changing locks other problems can be dealt with such as hinges, closers, thresholds and strikes. A lot of times I will get a call about a bad lock when the real problem is something else. The lock is actually fine. If a door needs to be replaced call a locksmith. We do it right.
I have spent a lot of time over the years fabricating and renovating. I just want to pass along the notion of having a wall safe installed. There are companies out there that manufacture wall safes but they don't provide much space or depth. I have devised a few interesting uses of closets and false walls to accommodate custom hidden safe applications. I have some smaller used safes for sale that can become really great wall safes.
Recently I was driving to a job, and along the way I stopped in at a job site where a carpenter friend of mine was doing some work. He was working on a lounge area in an old stone building. The big secret was revealed. I have enclosed some pictures of an example of a false wall that leads way to a secret tunnel of which I will divulge no more. The hidden door is amazing. A billiard room.! Where the cue rack hangs, an unlikely door..
Pretty neat. I'd love to tell you more but the phone is ringing. I gotta go.