Changing Locks When You Move In

Changing Locks When You Move In: When you move into a new house, condo, townhouse, or apartment you can be sure that many other people have had copies of your keys for any number of legitimate reasons. Where are all those copies now? Changing locks will protect you in the event some keys to your home end up in the wrong hands. No matter if you rent, own, or are part of an association you need to be sure you and your family are the only ones with keys to your home. (more…)
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How To Disguise Your Absence While On Holiday

How To Disguise Your Absence While On Holiday Home security while on vacation is a thought that crosses everyone’s mind when they are getting ready to leave their house empty for an extended period of time. The time when people’s houses are burglarized most often is when they are away from home for a long time, and burglars know that they won’t be returning home any time soon. But, with a few tips about home security for when you’re on vacation, you can have peace of mind when going out of to...
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50% Off Strip Beam

    Announcing Latest Strip Beam Security We're excited to unveil the next generation outdoor protection Strip Beams, a brand-new product line made especially for creating a curtain barrier around your home.Strip Beams create multiple invisible rays across windows and doors. Lots of Families now have piece of mind while sitting in there homes knowing they will be notified if and intruder enter there garden our outside perimeter. Contact us Now for a Free Quotation of ...
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Safety Tips While Out Shopping

Safety Tips While Out Shopping Historically, the holiday season is one of the highest crime periods of the year. During this time many of our thoughts are of food, gifts, gatherings, etc., not on how to best protect ourselves, family and/or business assets. Be alertand aware of your environment. Criminals tend to target people who are not paying attention and that appear to be unaware of their surroundings, i.e. carry packages, fumbling with keys looking at the ground or into space. (more...
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Front Door Security Measures

Front Door Security Measures 67% of break-ins take place through the front door. Standard door locks (Yale variety) on its own is actually not really enough. The door should also be fitted with other locks at points along the door. These types of locks should become something similar to a five lever mortise deadlock, though insurance firms will probably accept a rim automatic deadlock. However quality locks are generally only as strong as the doors and frames to which in turn they are joined...
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Use Lighting To Secure High Risk Points

Use Lighting to secure these High-Risk Entry Points To reduce risk of burglary, any lighting is better than no lighting. If you see that any portion of the house or yard is not adequately lit, take care of it. Your garage is another critical area of your home. Make use of an automatic garage opener. Most garage openers turn on one or more lights when activated.To protect your carport, leave a light on. If you are going away, have a light set on a timer. Also have lights activated by motion d...
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Who’s there?

Who's there? The first step to keeping unwelcome visitors out is to protect the entrances to your home.   THE FRONT DOOR - A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY? To help prevent burglars from getting into your home through a window, install locks or pins. We recommend using the same brand of lock for all your windows so it’s easy and convenient to use them. And that’s an important point, because when safety and convenience are at odds, conv...
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