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Top 5 Backyard and Patio Security Tips

When it comes to providing a home environment that is safe and secure for your family, you have probably taken plenty of precautions to ensure that your home is free of hazards and that doors, windows, and other points of entry are protected by locks, alarms, or any other means of security you deem necessary. However, you may have forgotten one area of your property in your efforts: your backyard... ❯❯❯

5 Tips for Finding a Home in a Safe Neighborhood

There are a number of ways to find a home in a safe neighborhood, because, let’s face it, in today’s modern world some communities can get a little hairy. Whether it’s because of a low economical status or a major source of job creation has closed, some of our neighborhoods that we once knew and loved are now places we’ll never step foot again. And if you want to start a... ❯❯❯

5 High Security Home Design Tips

Not every home needs the same level of security as, say, the White House. It’s not like you’re looking for an ex-secret service member to stand outside your bedroom door. And yet, there are quite a few people who, for one reason or another, have cause to implement security measures in and around the home. You don’t have to be a celebrity to want to protect yourself and your... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Home Office Security Tips

With the growing rise of home offices, more and more people are at risk for thefts and burglaries. While the advent of the Internet has allowed us the convenience of working from home, it has also made our home that much more vulnerable. With multiple computers, printers and other valuable equipment, home office security has never been more important. Statistics say that a burglar breaks into... ❯❯❯

Five Cheap Must Have Gadgets for Home Security

Securing your home is of course vital but it can be daunting – and expensive. Elaborate alarm systems that apprehend and alert the police about an intruder before you even realise there is somebody in your home do not come cheap. However there are plenty of cost-effective ways to secure your home without breaking the bank. Check out these five must-have security gadgets that won’t... ❯❯❯

5 Tips for Testing Your Home Security System

The safety of your home and your family is of the utmost importance, which is probably why you have decided to install an alarm system. This form of home security is one of the best when it comes to both deterring would-be criminals and keeping actual intruders from stealing your valuables or harming your family…but only if it’s in good working order. And while you’d probably... ❯❯❯

Easy and Practical Ways to Prevent a Home Invasion

Your home is your castle. It's where you raise your family, where you keep those precious heirlooms that have been handed down generation to generation. Many people work from home, which means your computers and important files are there as well. Your recreational vehicles, your jewelry, even that pile of cash you keep around for emergencies is all right there, and the last thing you'd ever want... ❯❯❯

Essential Features of a Quality Home Security System

There's no question that we live in a dangerous world. You don't want to spend your life worrying all the time, but if you watch the news it's hard not to. The recession has made a lot of people desperate, and the home you put so much time, energy and money into just might be a target. There are certain common sense strategies you can employ to help minimize the chance of becoming a victim of a... ❯❯❯

5 Benefits of Having a Home Security System

Your home is your castle, and few things are more important than protecting your castle. In today's world, four walls and locked doors are not always enough to protect you, your loved ones, and your belongings from those who would attempt to threaten them. A competent home security system can do a lot to protect you and your home, and there are numerous benefits to having such a system installed... ❯❯❯

Unique Garage Surveillance Tips to Protect You and Your Home

In the event someone breaks into your home or into your garage, you typically have less than a minute to decide what to do. It’s vital to stay calm, cool and collected before making any decisions. You need to think about everything that could happen: • If you confront the intruder, you could put yourself in danger if he is violent or has a weapon. • If you don’t do anything, you may not... ❯❯❯