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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 […]

What are the benefits of all-in-one security systems?

Date: 21st Nov 2016

The home-security industry is rapidly developing in line with consumers’ demands for affordable, easy-to-use and convenient systems. As the smart-home concept continues to flourish, many manufacturers are coming up with products that enable homeowners to have control over their properties’ security at all times – whether they’re in the house, out at work or on […]

Securing your company on a budget

Date: 12th Nov 2016

If you’re running a small business or start-up, it’s likely that you have to work with relatively low budgets. Regardless of your budget, though, there’s one issue that you cannot skimp on: security. If your office is not properly protected, then it could be at risk of break-ins, vandalism or theft, all of which could […]

What are the benefits of silent and bells-only alarms?

Date: 21st Oct 2016

So, you’ve decided to have a burglar alarm installed. Great: alarms are ideal solutions for deterring intruders, alerting you to suspicious behaviour and keeping your home safe. Now you’ve just got to think about whether you want a silent or bells-only alarm. You might have heard about the functionality of both, but do you know […]

Protecting your property with smart-home technology

Date: 11th Oct 2016

Security is not often the first thing that springs to mind when smart-home technology is mentioned. It is often eclipsed by the smart home’s potential for creating energy-efficient heating and lighting systems that help homeowners save money on energy bills. But there are many ways that smart solutions can significantly boost your home’s security – […]

Everything you need to know about intercoms

Date: 21st Sep 2016

The intercom has long been an integral element of home and business security, and advances in technology mean that the system is becoming smarter and more convenient than ever before. An intercom is a communication system that allows somebody within the building to identify a person outside of a building, and subsequently grant them access […]

Choosing security systems for the public sector

Date: 14th Sep 2016

Selecting security solutions for a private building is one thing, but when it comes to choosing systems for the public sector, the task is a little more complicated. As public-sector buildings, such as schools, care homes and houses in multiple occupation (HMOs), are generally responsible for the safety of multiple members of the public, site […]

Moving home? Is your new house secure?

Date: 23rd Aug 2016

Moving house is an exciting step, and often means new opportunities and adventures. Perhaps you’re starting a family and need a larger property, or you’re moving because you’ve been offered a new job in a different location. Or maybe you just fancied a change. Whatever your reason for moving, settling into a new home takes […]

Renting out your property? Have you thought about remote monitoring?

Date: 8th Aug 2016

When you’re renting out your property, you want to be sure that it’s as secure as possible. As well as keeping your tenants safe, it’s important to protect your investment in the house, as any damage caused by vandalism or break-ins is going to cost you money. To prevent this from occurring, you might have […]

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