Keeping Your Security Up to Date

Like just about any type of technology, security equipment gets less effective as it ages. Of course, some of the reason behind this lies in the fact that electronics get less effective and more prone to failing to work as intended as they age. Moreover, older security equipment often fails to have the new and…

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What Makes Locked Doors Vulnerable?

When we perform a home site survey, we address home security from every angle possible. Every time, door security sits at or near the very top of our home security checklist. After all, doors provide the most inconspicuous and least dangerous form of entry for burglars. Furthermore, seasoned criminals can take advantage of the slightest…

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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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“Outside of the Box” Security Ideas

If you’ve kept up with our blogs at all, you know that we never take a “one-size-fits-all” approach to home security. Instead, we recommend unique security solutions for every home that we secure. Unfortunately, many customers use DIY products or “package deals” from national companies that treat every house the same. While these security systems…

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Adding Security by Thinking Like a Burglar

A few years back, we created a post detailing Smart Security System Design. In that post, we explain the choices that we walk our customers through while designing their alarm system. For example, we can use wireless or hardwired security contacts — or both. We can also use a few different types of equipment to…

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Using Your Alarm to Secure Your Windows

Last week we created a post designed to help create Residential Door Security. In that post, we share several options to help customers achieve this important goal. This week, we turn our focus to another important area of home security. Windows can provide surprisingly easy access to your home for burglars if not properly secure.…

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Creating Residential Door Security

When we provide security audits for our residential customers, we often begin with some ideas to increase door security. Of course, doors provide the easiest and quickest means of entry into any home. This goes for residents, guests, and — unfortunately — for burglars as well. Therefore, we recommend taking extra care to make sure…

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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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Cost-Effective Home Security

As a local security provider, we work with our customers to help them find the security equipment that best suits their needs. Of course, doing this helps make the alarms we install as effective as possible. However, careful alarm design also has another, often-unexpected benefit. Choosing the security products and system design that fits you…

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Identifying Home Fire Hazards

At Northeast Security Solutions, we advocate for taking a proactive approach to security whenever possible. Of course, installing equipment that alerts you to events that have already happened always helps. However, some security concerns do lend themselves to anticipation and prevention. Specifically, we often work with customers to identify and lower home fire hazards whenever…

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