On the afternoon of August 6, 2009, two men pulled off one of the largest gem heists of all time in Britain with an execution that seemed to be taken directly out of a Hollywood production. In fact, theatrical elements played a big role in the heist, since the two robbers were cleverly disguised with…
The right security equipment can mean the difference between a fully protected home and one that is completely vulnerable to invaders. There are many types of security tools, so it helps to understand them before deciding how to equip your house. Read on for help in choosing the right security equipment for your home. Surveillance…
The smartphone has opened up a whole new paradigm for home security in Tucson. Citing recent advances in mobile technology, the security industry is taking its unused potential as a security-monitoring tool to empower homeowners with the ability to stay connected with their homes, and always be informed about what’s happening inside them.
Tucson, Arizona, may be several hundred miles away from Santee, California, but the lessons learned from a robbery that occurred there make a great case for hiring a trusted Tucson alarm company to help keep your property safe.
The famous line, “Trust No One” from the cult series The X-Files wasn’t just made for the show and its protagonist, Agent Mulder. It rings true up until today as you deal with life matters from the workplace to your home. It becomes an even more critical issue when it comes to your personal security.
The Post-holiday season usually accompanies an increase in possessions, household or otherwise. With gift-giving as the focal point of the celebration, expect an abundance of knick-knacks and the latest doodads filling the four corners of your room.
Americans love to travel and when there’s too much excitement over a travel plan, social media usually gets first dibs in terms of announcements. Since you now live in an internet age, there’s no question that social media sites are now the go-to outlets whenever you have something to say, and that includes your supposed-to-be-private…
It’s a known fact that fires spread quickly. A tiny spark can ignite flammable materials and burn a house down before you can even save your precious belongings. In the United States, approximately 2,500 people die and about 12,600 are injured due to home fires.
A news report published in News4 Tucson on November 18, 2013 details how the lack of home security in Tucson can mean repercussions later on:
An article published in WKRN-TV Nashville’s website details a man’s attempted break-in that was prevented by a functioning security system: Surveillance cameras outside the home show a white man wearing a white t-shirt, blue jeans and dark baseball cap.