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Category Archives: Reminders/Tips
Don’t forget to check the batteries on your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. Be safe! If you need us, give us a call.
Summer’s here! That means that at home point you won’t be. You’ll be travelling. But will your home be safe? Here’s ten tips from Don to make sure the home you come back to is a safe and happy one: … Continue reading
A lost cell phone may contain personal information you may not want to see in the hands of strangers, much less mobile phone thieves. Even mobile phones that aren’t stolen can be a danger, since today’s mobile phones are essentially … Continue reading
What are the top ten mistakes people make when buying security systems? Mistake #1: Buying on cost alone Do you really want the cheapest security system and monitoring service? You wouldn’t choose the cheapest brain surgeons! Your safety and security … Continue reading
Recently I saw an article about a thief who had been caught by police. During interrogation he admitted to breaking into a home’s master bedroom. What the article failed to mention is that burglars tend to rifle exactly those sorts … Continue reading
There’s a saying: “In Spring, a young man’s fancy turns to thoughts of love.” But in Spring a young junkie’s fancy turns to thoughts of break-ins, too! When the temperature approaches freezing, burglaries tend to go down. But when Spring … Continue reading