What To Do In The Event Of A Burglary

Becoming the victim of a burglary is on everyone’s nightmare list; we often see people who have been the victim of a crime and we have seen the lasting effect it can have – it’s more than just the loss of possessions.  People often report feeling unsafe in their homes, even after tightening up security,… Read more »

After Fire Door Safety Week

Fire Door Safety Week ran from the 21st to 27th of September and focused on the importance of fire doors stopping the spread of a fire and providing adequate time for the building to be evacuated.  This is especially important in places like schools and hospitals, where there are people who can’t remove themselves safely… Read more »

Home And Business Security Check – Is Your Door Good Enough?

While many people assume a window or back door will be a burglar’s preferred method of entry, they will often use the front door if it seems insecure and is not too visible from the road.  They can also deduce a lot about your general security level from the state of your front door, so… Read more »

Security Tips For People Living Alone

Living alone can be great – no-one to answer to, full control of the TV remote and total freedom to do what you want, when you want.  There are some pitfalls, however, which are the safety and security arrangements for people living alone.  Without someone else in the home you can feel quite exposed; if… Read more »

The Most Prevalent Crimes Against Businesses – And How To Prevent Them

The data released by The Home Office for crimes against businesses in 2018 make for interesting reading.  The statistics are split across different business areas, including retail and wholesale, accommodation and hospitality, and agriculture, forestry and fishing.  As you might expect, each sector experiences different types of crime, but one which affects all businesses is… Read more »

Is The Cost Of An Alarm System Really Worth It?

At a time when many of us have suffered a reduction in salary, it’s natural that we are more cautious about spending money than in times when the economy is booming.  The cost of home security products, when weighed up against the cost of school uniforms, food and utilities, may seem like a misuse of… Read more »

National Home Security Month

October is National Home Security Month (NHSM).  This was first launched in 2013 and since then has taken place in October every year.  NHSM offers support, information and advice on how to keep your property secure. For each week there is a different theme designed to alert homeowners, and renters alike, to the common pitfalls… Read more »

How To Turn Your Employees Into Your Best Security Assets

We can design and install a bespoke, high end security system incorporating smoke alarms, CCTV and access control, but if your staff aren’t on board with it, and they don’t understand why it’s important to use it properly, you’re fighting a losing battle against crime, natural disasters or acts of God.  Your security system can… Read more »

Top Security Considerations When On Holiday

This summer was very different from the normal experience.  Although there are air bridges in place for tourists (so they don’t have to quarantine themselves after returning from holiday), many people will be avoiding an overseas holiday this year due to the pandemic and also for cost reasons.  More of us did holiday in the… Read more »

Is Your Smoke Alarm Just For Show?

You may be surprised to know that when we visit our customers’ homes to carry out routine maintenance and service on their intruder alarm systems, one of the most common sights we see is a smoke detector with the cover off and no battery in it.  Often what happens is that people take the battery… Read more »