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What to do with your home security system when you move house

Date: 19th Apr 2017

You’ve made a commitment to the safety of yourself, your family and your home by installing a home security system – excellent! There can be few things more important than having the peace of mind that your loved ones and belongings are protected. However, what do you do with that precious investment if you decide […]

What happens to wireless security systems when a property loses its internet connection?

Date: 8th Apr 2017

Is there anything more frustrating than when you’re trying to make a call online or are in the middle of sending a crucial email and your internet either starts running much more slowly than normal or completely drops out? In the best of circumstances, it can result in lost time and often it’s only the […]

How home security has evolved over the years

Date: 25th Mar 2017

The types of security systems we’re able to implement within our homes nowadays would have seemed positively futuristic 50 years ago. Indeed, even now, there’s something incredible about being able to tap into your live CCTV footage from your smartphone! In the past 10 years or so, home security has come on leaps and bounds […]

What to do if your house has been broken into

Date: 12th Mar 2017

If you’ve returned home to find that your house has been broken into, it is natural to feel fearful, angry or panicked. But, it is important to remember to stay calm: the police will do all they can to catch the perpetrator of the crime and, as far as possible, help you get back to […]

How to keep your rental home safe as a tenant

Date: 20th Feb 2017

When you’re renting a property, it can be tricky to know what you are allowed to do in terms of home security. Are you able to install a burglar alarm, for example, or cut back the hedges so that there are fewer blind spots around your home? These are all valid questions, and well worth […]

Everything you need to know about security standards for your home

Date: 12th Feb 2017

You don’t need to have a priceless painting on your wall or a cabinet of antiques to be a target for burglars. There is a lot of value in everyday items like white goods and electronics, for example, and while some items, such as a television, can be replaced via insurance, every home contains items […]

Five things most burglars look for when choosing a property to target

Date: 21st Jan 2017

Being burgled is a scary experience, and can make you feel unsafe in your own home. It is not always just down to bad luck, though, and there are things you can do to ensure your property is not an easy target. One of the most effective ways to keep burglars at bay is to […]

Do you need access control for your office?

Date: 14th Jan 2017

There are many reasons that you might choose to install access control in your office. You may work in a large, multi-storey building that has many different departments, and want to make sure that intruders cannot easily walk through it without being stopped. Perhaps you work with confidential material and need to ensure that only […]

The impact of house shares on home security

Date: 27th Dec 2016

The way we think about owning or renting a home has changed dramatically in the past decade or so – especially for people living in London. Soaring house prices and the reliance on the city for work has meant that, for many professionals, sharing a house is the only feasible option. Similarly, for many homeowners, […]

Shutting up for Christmas? How to secure your business over the festive period

Date: 27th Dec 2016

It’s not uncommon for businesses to close over the Christmas period, especially small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) or start-ups. For business owners, this shouldn’t cause concern over security – when you’re on Christmas leave, you should be able to feel confident that your office and its contents are fully protected. If you don’t feel this […]

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