security systems for churches

  • 5 Ways To Make Your Home Safer And More Secure

    9 December 2017

    While your home should be a place where you feel completely safe, there are unfortunately criminals who you have to protect yourself and your belongings from. Luckily, there are many things that you can do to make your home as secure as possible in order to deter intruders and other criminals. Some of the best ways to make your home as safe as possible include: Install an Alarm System When it comes to home security, an alarm system is one of the best investments that you can make.

  • Online Retailing Business Booming? Don't Let That Boom Start A Fire When You Move To A New Warehouse!

    25 September 2017

    Online retailing businesses have seen substantial growth in recent years. While this growth has inevitably led to the bankruptcy and closure of some traditional brick-and-mortar retail stores, many online retailing entrepreneurs are welcoming and enjoying the growth. The federal government has taken notice of the fact that online retailers have much to offer and, therefore, have proposed legislation that could open the door for the Pentagon and other federal government agencies to buy directly from online marketplaces should the legislation pass.

  • Help Your Retail Security Guard By Passing Along Information About Suspicious Shoppers

    13 January 2017

    Hiring a security guard to establish a presence in your retail business can both deter would-be shoplifters from stealing from you and help you catch criminals in the act. While you can count on your hired security guard doing a top-notch job, you can't expect him or her to be everywhere in your store at any given time. For this reason, it's helpful to train your staff to look for suspicious individuals and report them to you.

  • Grab These Essential Items When a Fire Alarm Goes Off in Your Apartment

    7 October 2016

    When you hear the fire alarm ring in your apartment building or condo, you might be initially tempted to stay in your unit—but it's important, in the interest of your safety, to descend the stairs and exit the building. It's a good idea to get outside quickly, but it doesn't hurt to first grab a few items that will make your outdoor stay more comfortable; this is especially important if it tends to be a while before you and the other residents are allowed back in the building.

  • Copper Theft Is Still Prevalent: How To Protect Your Business

    31 July 2016

    Copper is a valuable metal that is often one of the most lucrative parts of a trip to a scrapyard. As a result, criminals will sometimes raid businesses not to steal merchandise, but instead to strip the business of copper from appliances such as air conditioners. While the thief may acquire a few hundred dollars at the most, the damage caused can run in the thousands. There is also lost income as you are forced to suspend business while making necessary repairs.

  • Keep These 2 Security Devices Of Your Home Maintained To Ensure Safety

    11 July 2016

    If you use security cameras and a fire alarm system, you need to make sure you keep these things maintained. This gives you piece of mind knowing you and your family are safe and secure. Below is information about keeping these two things in good working condition. Maintain Security Camera Inspect your security camera system a few times each year. Look at all connectors for any signs of corrosion. If you find that any are corroded, you should replace them.

  • New Tech For Protecting Your Home When You Can't Defend It Personally

    8 July 2016

    You can't defend your home 24 hours because you can't stand guard every second of the day. If you're concerned about how to take care of your house even when you aren't able to personally watch over it with your naked eyes, there are some new technologies that can help you make sure that you can do that no matter what.  Smartphone Surveillance If you don't have a full security cam system already, but you have old smartphone lying around, you can convert them into a means of surveilling your house when you aren't there easily enough.