Is Your Home As Secure As It Should Be? 3 Mistakes That Could Be Making Your Home More Vulnerable To Break Ins

Posted on: 16 February 2018
You might not realize this, but there could be a burglar canvasing your neighborhood right now. Not only that, but there could be a burglar living in your neighborhood. That doesn't mean you need to live in fear, but it does mean that you need to be prepared. You need to make sure that you take every possible step you can to secure your home and make it less appealing to burglars.
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How To Discourage Shoplifters In Your Store

Posted on: 24 January 2017
If you run a retail store, one of your biggest risks is likely dealing with potential shoplifters. This not only causes you to lose money from the goods stolen, but it can also make things more difficult when working on inventory and trying to track down the missing items. Here are some helpful ways to discourage shoplifters. Train Employees to Spot Suspected Shoplifters The first thing you want to do is train your employees to be able to spot signs of someone that might be about to steal something from your store.
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Securing Your Home With Door Sensors In Unexpected Places

Posted on: 20 October 2016
Creating a home security system can be a great way to ensure that your family's home (and occupants) remain safe at all times. Many modern alarm systems are equipped with sensors that are capable of sending notifications to a cell phone or email address when an unauthorized breach occurs. You can use these door sensors in some unexpected places throughout your home to increase safety while you are away. Here are three places you might want to consider installing notification-generating door alarms in the future.
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Making Your Home Safe For Your Family

Posted on: 5 April 2016
If you have recently learned that there is an outbreak of break-ins in your neighborhood, then you should take extra steps around your home to ensure that it is as safe as possible. The main things you want to focus on is creating an uninviting environment for criminals, not letting them know what you own that's of value, making it difficult for them to access your home and increasing the chances of them being caught if they do enter your home.
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