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Choosing To Invest In Security

When you own a business, you have two choices. You can either decide to invest money in replacing stolen goods, or to invest money in a nice security system. When I first started my business, I decided to ignore security measures altogether, which caused me to net a loss for the year. However, after a suggestion from my mentor, I decided that it might be wise to install a nice security system. You wouldn't believe how much better things got. Within a few weeks, theft was almost completely eliminated. My blog is all about helping you to tighten up security measures.


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Choosing To Invest In Security

    Protecting Your Retail Store from Shopplifting and Employee Theft

    If you have a small retail business, then you will find yourself concerned about shoplifting. However, what if you have an employee who is stealing from your shop? It can be difficult to come to terms with the fact that someone you have been entrusting your business with is stealing from you. Another thing that can be difficult is to determine which employee is the one who has been doing the stealing.

    Use An Exterior Security Camera To Monitor Backyard Pests

    It's frustrating to wake up in the morning and see that a neighborhood pest has torn up your lawn or otherwise caused damaged to your garden or yard. You may feel helpless to do anything about this problem, but it's important to know that you can fight back. Instead of staring out the window all night, set up an exterior security camera to focus on the area in question. The camera will quietly record the footage and, the next time a neighborhood pest enters your yard, you'll have footage that can help you to end the problem.

    Expanding Your Home Security With Home Technology

    Whether you need motion sensors, security cameras, alert systems for local authorities, or a mixture of those technologies and many more, everything is becoming enhanced by compact computing and networking. Smart home automation makes a lot of the more tedious tasks around the home more manageable, but it can also give you unique control and customization options not available in past decades. Here are a few things you can do to enhance your home security features.

    Alarm Fatigue: Why A Monitored Security System Is Better

    If you're getting an alarm system installed at your business, two of the options you'll have are to get a system that is monitored remotely, and one that is not monitored but merely sounds an alarm. That second choice is likely to be cheaper, but it's also likely to not be as effective as one monitored live. This is because you can't count on neighbors to call in the alarm to police, especially if they've started experiencing alarm fatigue.

    Getting A Home Security System? Two Must-Have Components To Include

    If you're getting a security system installed at your home, you're making a wise decision.  Home security systems not only help deliver greater peace of mind while you own a house, they can be a major selling point when you're ready to put the house on the market. However, security systems have come a long way, and now include so much more than just the standard alarm and sensors.  There are now a number of technological devices that can help make your security system better than ever.

    Installing A Home Fire-Suppression System: How Far Should You Go?

    Home fire suppression systems can vary greatly in complexity, from simple smoke detector systems to full-blown, technologically advanced monitoring systems. How far should you go when designing your home's fire suppression system? Here is a guide to help you decide.  Smoke Detectors and Heat Sensors Smoke detectors are practically a must for home protection. They are a simple way to detect fires and potentially save lives by alerting you to problems quickly.

    Keep Your Fire Alarm System In Compliance

    If you have a business, you know that having a working fire alarm system is essential to protecting your property and your employees. In most localities, the fire inspector will perform an annual inspection of your system to ensure that it's working properly and that it is being maintained. If you're getting ready for an inspection, here are some things to look for so you can be sure that you're in compliance.

    4 Ways To Make Your Home Safer

    Everyone would like to feel like their home is totally safe, but, unfortunately, there are criminals in our world, and you can't control where they are or how they behave. What you can do is take measures to ensure that your home and family are as protected as possible in order to help prevent burglaries and home invasions and deter criminals from targeting your house. Use the following tips to make your home safer: