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Keeping Your Business Safe

When was the last time that you really thought about your personal safety? Although it might not seem like an important concern, the fact of the matter is that theft and vandalism is a concern that many business owners have on a regular basis. My blog is all about helping you to protect your business by installing a rock solid security system. However, choosing a system can be difficult unless you know what to look for. Check out this information to guide you in the right direction, so that you can keep your employees, merchandise, and livelihood safe and sound.


Aspects Of Fire Sprinkler Systems

1 August 2017
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Homeowners try to make a home as safe as possible by installing really good locks and often a security system. One aspect of the home that needs to be addressed is fire safety. There are most likely fire alarms in your home, but that may not be enough. In 2015 there were over 500,000 house fires that caused over ten billion dollars in damage. Fires also claimed the lives of  over 2,000 individuals. Read More …

Use These Strategies To Make Your Home Safe On Halloween

7 November 2016
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Halloween is an exciting time for people of all ages, but it's also an evening that sees many people engage in mischief, vandalism, and other criminal acts. If you're concerned about the security of your home on Halloween night, it's important to keep your home security system turned on once you're done opening the front door for trick-or-treaters. You can't reasonably have the system engaged while people are constantly visiting your front porch, but this doesn't mean that your home's security should fail to be a priority during this time. Read More …

Subtle Locations For Home Security Cameras

9 April 2016
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When it comes to increasing the protection of their home through the use of security cameras, many homeowners opt to have one mounted around the front door. While this highly visible location can certainly be enough to send would-be thieves looking for another house to victimize, some seasoned criminals might attempt to quickly dismantle or cover the camera because they know its location. If you want to be sure that your security cameras remain able to catch any burglars in the act, consider installing them in locations that are a little more subtle -- they'll still provide a clear view of whoever's on your property so that you can provide this information to the authorities. Read More …

Secure It: 3 Steps To Protect Your Home And Family

8 April 2016
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If you're moving into a new home, you want to make sure you plan for security. A good security plan will ensure that your home and family are protected from break-ins. Statistics show that residential burglaries make up about 73% of all burglaries in the United States. Those numbers show why you need to have a security plan in place for your new home. If you're not sure where to start, here are four simple steps you should take to make sure your home is properly secured against burglary. Read More …

Deterring Thieves While You’re On Vacation

6 April 2016
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It's important to keep your security measures up to date, but it's better if you combine security deterrence with also keeping potential burglars from even knowing that you're gone in the first place. Here are a few tips and technologies, including from security systems that can help you disguise the fact that you're out of town to help prevent robberies.  Schedule Deliveries A quick call to the newspaper or other regular delivery service could allow you to keep deliveries coming even when you aren't at home. Read More …