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Safety and Security for Elderly Parents Living Alone

More and more adult children are taking on the responsibility of caring for their aging parents. Deciding the best way to help and care for older adults can be overwhelming. You want to know your parents are healthy and safe even if you live hours away. Safety and security systems can be your eyes and ears while you’re not around....



What Is Fire Alarm Monitoring?

Fire alarm monitoring refers to the rapid communication between your home’s fire alarm system and your security provider’s central monitoring station. When your alarm senses smoke or a fire, it sends a signal to the station, alerting the appropriate authorities and dispatching them to your house. In addition to sending notifications about smoke or fire, a monitored fire alarm can also...



What Is the Best Security System for Businesses?

A security system is an essential part of protecting your business from property crimes, environmental threats and misconduct. According to the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division, property-related crimes resulted in an estimated $15.8 billion loss for United States citizens in 2019. Of those crimes reported, larceny accounted for more than 73%, while burglary accounted for more than 16%. Among...



How to Monitor Your Home While Away

When you’re on vacation, the last thing you want is to fret about your home’s safety. Worrying about the well-being of your property — as well as the possessions and any pets you might have left behind — is inevitable, but there are several simple ways you can put your mind at ease. Thanks to technological advancements, you can now...



Security Systems for Technology Companies

If you work in the technology industry, you understand the importance of protecting your electronic equipment. Not only are these valuable assets frequent targets of theft, but they’re also highly susceptible to water damage, extreme temperatures and various other environmental factors. Luckily, you can install state-of-the-art systems in your building to protect them from both threats. In this article, we’ll...



Warehouse Video Surveillance Systems

Warehouse Video Surveillance Systems

Video surveillance can be helpful to your business for several reasons, and warehouses especially benefit from them. While a warehouse security system can vary in its effectiveness, security cameras for warehouses can act as extra pairs of eyes for your business, monitoring the well-being of your products and employees. Warehouse Security System Benefits Warehouses are ideal candidates for video surveillance since they’re...



Construction Site Security: Protecting Your Job Site

Construction Site Security: Protecting Your Job Site

A lot happens on construction sites. Unlike most other work environments, construction doesn’t take place inside an established company building, but rather in an open, outdoor space partway through the process of becoming a building. The very structure of the work area is constantly changing. Everything is always in motion. In such an environment, security is a highly pertinent issue....



Door Knock Security Scams

Door knock scams are rampant during the peak summer months. What they entail are out-of-state traveling salespeople trying to sell security systems and services  in your area. The “security experts” go door to door and mostly make egregious claims to consumers in homes for a signed contract. Once inside your home, they mainly use high pressure or scare sales tactics...



Beginner’s Guide to Fire Code Compliance and System Requirements in Massachusetts

To protect the lives of your employees and customers and to protect your property, your commercial building should include a fire alarm system. A fire alarm system protects your commercial building, and you may also be required by your state to include a functional fire system in your business to stay operational. As such, every owner of a commercial building...



Benefits of Video Surveillance for Commercial Buildings

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Video surveillance is a common practice in many workplaces. In 2010, a business could expect to spend $13,280 on a set of 10 cameras. Prices have dropped since then, but a complete video surveillance system still isn’t cheap. Despite the price tag, business owners know that the importance of video surveillance justifies the cost. That’s why in recent years, the...