Giving contractors and service people keys to your home
July 15, 2014
Giving contractors and service people keys to your home. This is by far the dumbest mistake that new homeowners can make, but it is an understandable one – sort of. When you move into a new house, you might not have all the time to keep running back home to open the door for electricians, the cable guy, your contractor or whomever else might be working on your house. The most logical is to simply leave a key under the mat, but this can prove catastrophic – you never know who you can trust. Be sure to have your home professionally Re-Keyed.
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