Are you serious about your home security? If yes, then take this as your reminder to regularly maintain your gates and fences. Maintaining the fencing around your property, or gated entrance ensures that they will continue to operate in a good working manner and provide a good level of security.
When it comes to your business’s building security, especially in the Covid world we currently live in, you need to take your access control seriously. By not investing in access control, or choosing the wrong equipment can prove expensive.
How secure is your Oxford home? Security for your home is of utmost importance. In this blog, you can find out exactly what actions you need to implement in your Oxford-based home to ensure you reduce the risk of burglary. Perhaps you already have some form of home security such as a home alarm, but you are looking to upgrade your existing security system to one that better protects you and your family?
When it comes to security for your London business, finding the right security company who can deliver a tailored security service, is paramount. One of the top priorities is finding a local security company based in or operating in the London area, and many of its boroughs such as Dagenham, Barnet, Enfield or Camden.
Depending on your requirements, a security company should offer you a combination of security guard personnel, technology and responsive, local site management.
When we hear the term, ‘access control’ it conjures up images of areas with high-security levels and enforced by stringent checks before entering a building. In today’s blog, we’re going to take a closer look at the topic of access control.
Convince the decision-makers to loosen the purse strings with these five compelling arguments
If you own a commercial property or run a business, you’ll probably be familiar with the idea of access control. Perhaps you’re keen on the idea, but the powers that be are reluctant to break the bank for a high-end system. Perhaps you still need a bit of convincing yourself; it’s a significant investment, after all.
Either way, our five-point guide to the benefits of commercial access control will be sure to do the job for you.
Getting burgled is never a pleasant experience, regardless of whether something valuable is stolen or not. There are plenty of items in your home that a robber may be interested in; we now invest large sums on money in fancy electronics, jewellery and luxury products for our homes. However, we often overlook one of the biggest investments we make to our home lives when we think of burglary; our pets. We love our pets as members of our family and don’t consider the sinister reality that burglars are targeting them, with dog theft being the most common form of pet kidnapping in the UK.
More homes than ever have some sort of fireplace installed, but not everybody thinks of the safety of fireplaces when they buy one. Most people consider the look of a fireplace to be the most important factor, price second, and safety usually comes much further down the list. But like with any appliance or installation where a risk of fire is concerned, some fire safety measures need to be considered to protect your home.
Whether you’re using an open wood-burning, gas, or electric fireplace, making sure to follow some basic safety precautions is all it takes to keep your property and family safe. These are some of our top fireplace safety tips to reduce the risk of fire to your home, injury to yourself or family, and damage to your property.
You rely on your security equipment all year round, which means you have to look after it all year round. Any sort of electric device that is exposed to the weather should be looked after, and with the cold, wet weather of winter, this is more important than ever. Continue reading
If you’re looking at investing in security cameras for your house you may be wondering how effective they are at deterring crime. According to most available studies, the sight of security cameras works to deter burglars from breaking into your home.