If you were the victim of porch piracy this holiday season, you know how unnerving it is to have packages stolen right off your own front porch. The last thing you want to do is have a repeat of the same thievery next year. Luckily, if you take preventative measures now, your shipments will be safe and secure next year. Not only that, but if you plan on getting shipments delivered to your home throughout the year, those will be protected against porch piracy as well.
As a business owner, one of the things you need to prioritize is your company and employees' safety. Commercial fire alarm systems are mandatory according to most building codes, but that doesn't mean you should install just anything. Here are a few things you should know before you settle on the fire alarm system that's right for your business.
What Types Of Alarm Systems Are There?
There are two primary types of commercial fire alarms, and knowing the differences can help you determine which one is right for you.
Some apartment buildings do not allow tenants to have security systems installed in their apartments because of the damage that can often be done to the walls when a system is installed. If you live in an apartment and want to have a security system installed in your home, there are now some companies that offer systems that do not have to be mounted. The following guide provides you with valuable information about non-mounted security systems.
While there are many types of viable fire suppression systems, a sprinkler system can be an affordable and comprehensive way to provide fire security. If your home doesn't have a fire sprinkler system or if there is inadequate coverage, know that there are several steps that you and your fire suppression systems technician will need to go through to install a great sprinkler system. Here are the basic steps you'll need to take.
If you are worried about the security of your home this year during spring cleaning, make sure that you also focus on increasing the security of your home. Here are a few simple things that you can do to increase the security of your home this spring.
#1 Change Your Locks
If you have the same locks on your home that the previous owners, renters or even old roommates may have the lock too, you need to change your locks this spring.