4 Ways to Keep Your Home Safe When You Go on an Extended Trip

Posted on: 15 August 2016

Whether you're traveling around the world or simply helping a family member in another state for a month, your going on an extended trip can leave your home vulnerable to break-ins or other crime. Luckily, there are specific things you can do to minimize risk and protect your home while you are away. Here are four great ways to keep your home safe when you go on an extended trip. [Read More]

New Home Security System? Take These Steps To Further Boost Your Security

Posted on: 14 March 2016

When you're considering the different methods of making your home safer, statistics show that you'll benefit from getting a home alarm system installed. This addition of this preventative security device means that your home is 300 percent less likely to be successfully targeted by burglars. Beyond the addition of your home security system, it's beneficial to take other steps that can discourage people with dubious intentions from considering targeting your home. Here are three valuable ways to further boost your home's security to keep your family safe. [Read More]

First Time Homeowners: Fire Alarm Safety in the Home

Posted on: 10 December 2015

Fire alarms save lives, and the sooner you are alerted to a fire in your home, the better the chances are of you and your family escaping the burning house safely. The proper placement of fire alarms begins with understanding where fires normally start and the pathway the heat and smoke will travel throughout your home. Sixty percent of fire deaths were partially the result of the homes not having fire alarms. [Read More]

Maintenance Tips For Business Fire And Safety Systems

Posted on: 2 December 2015

A properly functioning fire alarm system isn't just a legal requirement for your business, it's a necessary component in an overall employee and customer safety plan. Proper maintenance, combined with an understanding of your system, helps ensure that everything remains in proper working order. The following tips can help you keep your system in peak condition. Tip #1: Understand What You Have The type of fire system you have depends on many factors, including local code and your business needs. [Read More]