Fire Safety Tips For The Elderly

The thought of a fire occurring in the home is terrifying for most people, yet many elderly adults are not prepared for the possibility of a fire. Unfortunately, people who are age 65 and older are twice as likely to suffer injuries or even death from a fire, and the older they get, the greater the risk of dying in a fire. Fire safety is a critical issue for elderly adults who choose to live in their own home. [Read More]

Security System Repair: When The Problems With Your Security System Are More Human Than Machine

Even if you have an industrial or commercial security system installed on your property, not all the problems you have with it may be mechanical or electrical. Sometimes it is your security guards and job performance issues. Here is how you can figure out where the real problem lies: Checked and Rechecked Experiencing glitches in your CCTV system could be the result of excess motion. It could also mean that your security guards accidentally spilled coffee on the controls. [Read More]

Three Ways To Make Your Home Less Desirable To Burglars

If you have an alarm system installed in your home, you may feel as if you're doing all that you can to deter burglars from entering your home. While alarm systems are great for sending a signal to the company that your home is being threatened, there are a few things you can do to prevent the interest of thieves in the first place. Install Motion Sensor Lights Motion sensor lights are a great investment for those who live in quieter areas, as well as those with yards that have poor lighting. [Read More]