Protecting your property against fire is a major concern that is important for protecting both your family and your property. Unfortunately, homeowners are often poorly equipped to make decisions in regards to minimising the risk of a fire starting. For those that are currently in the early stages of deciding whether to add a fire alarm system to their house, there are several basic guidelines to keep in mind. Appreciate The Benefits Of A Hybrid Fire Alarm And Suppression System
31 December 2017
Operating any business is tough, but especially so with a small retail shop, mainly because you have limited real estate, so you need to carefully consider what merchandise to put on the shelves. It is inevitable that you will have valuables in the shop, such as the supply on the shelves or locked-up documents. An ideal solution is to invest in a commercial security system from a company like A Tech / Easy Living Store to minimize theft, vandalism, and overall damage.
27 February 2017
One of the more logical ways to combat most forms of fire is with water, which is why having a fire hose reel on hand is such a logical business security move. These hoses collapse and roll into a compact form that can easily be mounted in a small cabinet in a central location where it is also attached to a water supply. Therefore, if a small fire breaks out, pretty much anyone would have access to a watering hose to combat the flames, which could essentially keep a small far from spreading out of hand and creating a catastrophe.
1 November 2016
Dealing with graffiti and vandalism as a small business owner can be a frustrating and expensive problem. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent it from being an ongoing problem. The following tips can help you fight against the vandals and protect your business. Tip #1: Clean it up Although it can be tempting to ignore small graffiti tags or minor vandalism, this simply signals to the perpetrators that you don't care and that they can keep doing what they have been doing without repercussions.
26 July 2016
According to the United States Fire Administration (USFA), older individuals are nearly three times more at risk than others to die in a home fire. In 2010, senior citizens that were 65 years of age or older made up roughly 13 percent of the population in the United States. In that same year, more than one-third of them lost their lives in fires. The USFA also says that men who are 65 years of age or older are nearly two-thirds more likely to be involved in a fire-related death than females of the same age.
26 August 2015
If you've decided to set up a video surveillance system at your home, you want to put the cameras in the best spots. This way, you will get views at the right angles to be able to clearly identify someone who attempts or even succeeds at breaking into your home. Use the information below to help you decide on the best placement of your surveillance cameras. Covering the doors
21 July 2015
Security cameras alone cannot stop a burglar--in fact, all most security cameras do is ensure that you'll be able to identify the burglar once they're caught. Security cameras need some additional features if they're going to be effective at actively and preemptively protecting your property. Optical Zoom as Opposed to Digital Zoom When you purchase security cameras, you'll often see that they come with a "digital zoom" of a certain amount or an "
15 July 2015