Home Security

Nanny Proofing Your Home

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As the calendar turns and summer nears, many working parents are forced to schedule in-house care until school is back in session.  While most childcare professionals are reliable, leaving your children in the care of others, especially strangers, can be a stressful change.  Help put your mind at ease by installing an unobtrusive monitoring system that allows moms and dads to discreetly “check in” during the day.  It’s better to be safe than to worry!
Call us today at 800-337-9469 and we’ll walk you through the options available.

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Keeping an Elderly Parent Safe with Monitoring Technology

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Few things are more worrisome than when an elderly parent or close relative, particularly one with medical problems or memory impairment, lives alone. Understandably, people want to remain in their own homes as long as possible. Yet, as physical and/or mental limitations worsen with the aging process, simple tasks like cooking, bathing, climbing stairs and doing household chores in the basement or yard can pose real dangers.

What’s worse is the idea that if the person falls or becomes injured, they could be left for a long time without receiving aid. According to the Consumers Advocate, 62% of […]

Is Your Security Installer Licensed?

Attention Massachusetts residents: Beware of who you let onto your property to install remote monitoring security systems. These are the all-in-one type of security systems that allow you to control your property from a smart phone or device. These installations are categorized as “Life Safety” systems.  According to Massachusetts State Laws, this means the installers “are required to be licensed by the State Board of Electrical Examiners and also to have a Public Safety license, mandating criminal background checks on all security system employees by the Department of Public Safety.”

Some national telecommunications companies are currently […]

Keep the Power

Take these steps to keep your security system functioning during a power outage:

Make sure you have a newer battery. Batteries last about 4 to 5 years and provide power for about 12-36 hours depending upon your system. An older battery may only last a few hours.
If your home/business is powered by a generator, be sure that your alarm system is one of the circuits being powered by the generator.
Locate your security system manual and learn how to silence your alarm in case it continues beeping to alert you of a power outage.
Write down the […]