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Don’t Let Your Surveillance System Be The Bad Guy

Security camera systems are found in most businesses these days. Most of these camera systems are connected to the Internet driven in great part by customer demand for remote video access. The systems range from cloud-managed surveillance systems to traditional standalone DVRs and NVRs that are all connected to the internet by way of the […]

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Where To Place Your CO Detector

There are a lot of misconceptions when it comes how and where to install a Carbon Monoxide Detector. Many homeowners will buy the plug in style detector and it usually gets plugged into an outlet by the floor. While the premise is that having some detection is better than nothing, a floor mounted detector is […]

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The 10 Most Common Homes Burglars Target

Movies and TV shows glamorize the accomplishments of high-end cat burglars. From Ocean’s 11 to Now You See Me, we all love to root for the bad guy with good intentions. But no one’s a fan of the jerks who break into the homes of hardworking citizens and steal the high-end treasures we worked really […]

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Protecting Your Homes From Break-Ins

Did you know that every 15 seconds a home in the United States is burglarized? That’s why it’s essential to secure your home and protect your family against break-ins. For a more secure home read these common myths about burglaries and get the facts to protect your home: Myth: Burglars break in through discreet areas, […]

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Top 5 Locations for Your Home Security Cameras

As an integrated part of your home security system, affordable video surveillance cameras offer you another line of defense against crime. Security cameras let you to monitor the interior and outside of your home all in real-time, day or night. You can access the live video feed from any computer in your home and on […]

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Hardwired vs Wireless Alarms

When selecting an alarm system for your home or business you have two choices: hardwired or wireless. This is the decision that leads our customers to ask our security professionals, “Which is better?” The answer comes down to the individual needs of your home or facility and your budget. To determine which system is best […]

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How to upgrade your surveillance without losing your shirt

Until recently upgrading a surveillance system meant ripping out the entire system, cables, recorder and all and spending thousands to upgrade. This often was a roadblock for the customer and most people stayed with the analog cameras and a fuzzy image because that is all they could afford. Recent security camera advances has moved analog […]

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Don’t let Halloween become a burglar’s treat

With so many people out having fun on Halloween night, there’s ample opportunities for burglars to take advantage of unprepared homeowners. Your neighbors won’t question a masked stranger ringing your doorbell on Halloween night, even if you’re out enjoying a party with friends or trick-or-treating with your children. Halloween provides the perfect cover for a […]

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Everyone into the Pool! But Safely…

Consider this: Drowning is the second-leading cause of unintentional injury-related death for kids 14 and younger. According to goodhousekeeping.com, an unsupervised child can slip into a pool without a sound or a splash, and in less than two minutes underwater, the child can lose consciousness. Pool alarms can alert parents to emergencies before it’s too […]

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Why is Commercial Fire Alarm So Expensive?

I often get asked from potential buyers as to why a fire alarm for their business is so much more costly than the alarm for their home. Fire alarm systems are a crucial part of protecting lives in both commercial and residential properties. They are designed to save lives and protect property by alerting people […]

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