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Lost your house keys? Here’s what to do

Whether they’ve been misplaced, stolen or lost, no longer being in possession of your house keys can strike fear into you. When worried, we tend not to think straight and struggle to make well-judged decisions. To prevent you from leaving the door potentially open to anyone for an elongated period of time, we have created a guide on the actions to take if you ever find that you’re without your house keys.
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Pet-friendly alarm systems: Keeping your home secure

With the world returning to normality, there may be a few nerves or feelings of worry around the idea of leaving your home empty throughout the day, evening or overnight, especially if you have pets at home. Although the simple answer stated by many would be to “invest in an alarm”, pet-owners are likely to think that this option isn’t applicable to their home situation.  Continue reading…

Utilising a keyless entry system for the workplace

With companies across the country slowly returning to work, there may be multiple thoughts on the minds of each employee, as well as business owners. Along with excitement, a newer thought – and possibly a worry – may be the health and safety of staff members whilst at work. Continue reading…

Returning to work: Secure your workplace

With a glimpse of normality approaching on the horizon, discussions of returning to the workplace are beginning. It may be that yours has been closed and locked up for the last 365 days and you are considering implementing higher levels of security for your return for protection purposes, Continue reading…

5 ways to improve the security of your new home

When moving into a new home, you will want to take the appropriate measures to ensure that your safety remains prominent. From the viewings through to the move-in date, there are a handful of factors that you should plan for, allowing you to feel secure within the first few days in your new property.
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House keys and what to do with them

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Ensuring your house keys are kept in a safe place, known only to you and any other members of your household, is the number one factor to keeping your home secure. By removing the ability of anyone else getting their hands on the object that grants them non-restricted access into your property, you are removing an enormous risk of any break-ins or robberies occurring. But just how can you be sure that you’re taking the highest level precautions? Take a note of our top tips…
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Smoke detectors: Is yours prone to false alarms?

We should be grateful that smoke detectors sounding falsely is at a higher occurrence than alarms sounding to signal a fire, but needless to say, being awoken suddenly to a screeching alarm sound or finding it impossible to go a day without having to battle with the device to stop it from sounding is not greatly appreciated. Continue reading…

Keep your home secure this New Year’s Eve

Although New Years Eve may be different this year, household bubbles joining for the evening will inevitably leave several properties empty. On a normal year, burglaries rise an additional 25% around New Year’s Eve, and this one may be no different in the eyes of a thief. Ensure yours remains secure by following our four simple tips, keeping you, your selection of new Christmas presents and your property safe whether you be at home or away.  Continue reading…

Keep your presents secure this Christmas [A guide]

Is security at the top of your wish list this Christmas? It is sadly a fact that thieves tend to operate more frequently at this time of year, and so it is a common fear shared between homeowners that theirs may be the next on their list. To aid you into feeling and being protected within the walls of your home, here are some methods which you could utilise this festive season to ensure maximum safety to you and your Christmas gifts.
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Securing the main entry points into your home

Your home is the place you should feel at your safest. With the dark winter nights drawing in on us, it is important that you stay feeling secure within the walls of your own home. It is an honest fact that thieves regularly enter homes without force, allowing them to operate unnoticed and untraced, so it is time to make sure that your main entry points are secure to prevent this from being attempted within your property.
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