Rising Global Temperatures Can Affect Your Security and Your Pocketbook
Atlanta Lock Professional, Wes Anderson of Atlanta Fast Locksmith, has the “key” to fighting the effects of climate change.
Recent studies show that global warming can become much more personal in the near future. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC; as small as a 5-degree hike in global temperatures can result in a cost to society of between 38 billion, and 115 billion dollars. Much of this massive cost involves deploying additional police and security measures to combat a noticeable rise in crime. Atlanta Fast Locksmith’s Wes Anderson is at the forefront of the local movement to better secure area homeowners against the rise in crime rates due to climate changes.
Global warming is ever-present in national and global news, entertainment channels, and social media. Daily we hear about rising sea levels, warmer temperatures and altered rainfall patterns. Climate change is no longer a possible theory; it has become woven into the fabric of our daily lives. Public policy and consulting firms now report a correlation between the rise in temperatures and a rise in crime rates. Rape, murder, burglaries and home invasions are predicted to rise dramatically over the remainder of this century. The actual predicted numbers are staggering and they paint a dim view for personal and corporate safety and security. The costs of adding security and deploying extra police forces are equally distressing; numbering in the billions of dollars. Violence and conflict are byproducts of destabilized weather and rises in sea levels that go hand in hand with a long established rise in overall crime during hotter temperatures.
Wes Anderson has locksmith advice for anyone affected by climate change and warming temperatures. He’s seen the effects of hotter climes on both lock hardware and on public attitude and crime rates. Atlanta’s torrid summer temperatures combined with surplus humidity often result in expanding door frames, jammed locks and broken off keys. Conversely, in winter months, dropping temperatures lead to lock contraction resulting in substandard fit between lock hardware and door frame. All is not doom and gloom, however. “We encourage local residents to work with a trusted locksmith professional to ensure that their locks are in healthy shape, not only now, but in the coming hotter years. A simple hardware checkup can pinpoint areas for improvement as well as security weak spots that may not be obvious,” Anderson says.
Atlanta Fast Locksmith is full service and offers home, automotive and business locksmith expertise. Wes Anderson and his 24-hour licensed, bonded and insured locksmith professionals can be reached by calling (678) 255-8555or finds them on Yelp