Looking For Home Security On A Budget? Prioritize Cameras With Certain Features

Protecting the people and possessions inside your home should be a top priority as a homeowner. All homes have some measures in place to prevent break-ins, such as door locks and deadbolt locks. Garages often require a device to open, and then you still must get through a locked door to get in the home. It is not always easy or inexpensive to upgrade your home with the latest security features. Read More 

3 Smoke Detector Maintenance Tips to Help Keep Your Family Safe

Every home needs a working fire alarm/smoke detector. But that smoke detector isn't going to do you a bit of good if you don't periodically check to make sure that it is still in working condition. If you only notice that there is an issue with your fire alarm after there is an actual fire, it may be tragically too late to do anything about it. Here are three maintenance tips you should follow on a regular basis to ensure that your smoke detector will keep your family safe for many years to come. Read More 

Reducing The Chance Of Theft Of Your Storage Facility’s Units

If you are a storage facility manager, and you have gotten complaints from your renters that their units have been tampered with recently, you will want to ramp up your security effort to keep their belongings safe. Storage facility theft is an attractive act to thieves as many companies fail to have adequate security available. This makes units easy targets as there are times the grounds are vacant of people utilizing their storage space. Read More 

Additional Features To Consider Before Installing A New Home Security System

In the past, security systems were simpler machines that alerted the authorities if a burglar should break into your home. However, as technology advances, these systems have extra features that can help you protect your home better. For this reason, you need to consider some additional features before installing a new security system in your home. Backup Power Some security systems rely on the electricity from your home to power the panels, sensors and lights. Read More 

Sound The Alarm

Most people recognize the importance of having fire alarms in their home, but very few regularly take the additional steps necessary to ensure that their family is safe in the event of a fire. Ensuring that the fire alarm is regularly tested and maintained, as well as having a plan in place can save both lives and property. Ensuring Proper Alarm Placement It is essential to have fire alarms in several places throughout your home. Read More