Security Inspection Requirements

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Part of our job as security providers involves making sure that we follow local codes and legal guidelines when we install security equipment. However, our commercial customers still have some work to do after this happens in order to maintain their equipment. In fact, local codes dictate that several types of security equipment receive annual…

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Creating Multiple-Partition Security

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Over our 35 years in business, we’ve secured homes and businesses of all shapes and sizes, and for all purposes. Additionally, we’ve used every tool at our disposal to create the most efficient and effective security possible. In fact, we often surprise our customers with the way we can use our resources to both add…

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Commercial Camera Installation Tips

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We’ve long touted commercial surveillance cameras as one of the most effective types of commercial security available. Installing a camera system gives you the ability to review any footage of illegal or suspicious activity that takes place on your property. Furthermore, it also provides a deterrent to criminals considering targeting your property. After all, thieves…

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Identifying Security Trouble Spots

When we work with customers to create security plans, we aim to help them “think like a criminal.” This allows us to design a plan that fits their needs as closely as possible. Unfortunately, every property has security trouble spots, due to several potential factors. In this post, we will share some of these spots,…

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Alarm Notification Options

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When potential customers contact us about installing a security system, they always want to know what happens after an alarm. While many of us have seen depictions of alarm events in our entertainment, most people have never experienced an alarm activation in person. We often surprise customers when we inform them that we actually have…

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Controlling Access to Your Business

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When we work with businesses to create security plans, we have a couple goals in mind. For example, we generally install cameras to keep an eye on the property. We also aim to ensure that all of a property’s alarms, locks, extinguishers, and other security measures all meet current building and electrical codes. However, more…

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Comparing Home and Business Cameras

Anyone who reads our blog regularly knows that we highly recommend installing security cameras. Regardless of the application, cameras create valuable security for any residential or commercial property. Additionally, installing surveillance adds to any property’s value as well. However, we often install quite different types of cameras for different purposes in homes than we do…

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Adding Fire Security to Your Business

If you’ve followed our blog, you know that we pay quite a bit of attention to fire security and safety. This area of security has the potential to not only help you keep your property safe, but to save a life as well. For this reason, fire security is extremely regulated and well-monitored. In fact,we…

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Securing Against Inside Jobs

When customers come to us to install security equipment, they generally want to stop burglars from entering their property. Whether securing a home or a business — or both — people usually think of outsiders as the greatest threat to their security. However, at times the biggest danger to our customers’ security comes in a…

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Commercial Remote Lock Control Options

Several months ago, we created a post assisting readers in Choosing the Right Commercial Lock Equipment. In that post, we share some information to help our commercial customers choose the most effective locks possible. This includes a look at several different types of commercial lock hardware and technologies. Additionally, that post also explores both mechanical…

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