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Tips for Protecting Your Pool and Minimizing Accidents this Summer

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It doesn’t matter what type of pool you have – above or below ground – safety is a top concern. You need to make sure you take the proper security measures to ensure accidents don’t occur.

Are you wondering how you can effectively protect your pool, friends and family this summer? If so, keep reading.

Install self-closing pool gates. Studies have shown that a large number of pool drownings occur because there’s no access control. To keep children safe, it’s a good idea to install a fence to surround your pool (or hot tub) completely […]

New Business Owners: What to Include on Your Security Checklist

As a business owner, there’s an unfortunate truth you have to face – crime is a reality. This means you have to remain on guard and vigilant about security for your commercial property, your employees and your office.

If you have recently become a business owner, there are an overwhelming number of things you have to manage. One you should avoid overlooking is security. Here, you can find out what to include on your checklist.

Doors and entry points. You should not overlook this basic feature of business security. You need to ensure all doors and other points […]

3 Summer Safety Reminders for Families

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For many children, summertime is the best time of the year. No more school, ice cream and popsicles and – did we mention – no more school? However, if you are a parent, summertime presents more of a challenge.

From trying to organize activities and babysitters there’s an endless to-do list for most parents. As a result, many don’t take time to consider home security.

If you want to ensure that you and your children have a carefree summer, then make sure to make security a top priority. Three summer time reminders to help keep you, your family and […]

Respecting Historical Properties: Tips for Security without Impacting Integrity

Do you own a historical piece of property you have transformed into your business or office? If so, there’s a good chance you want to secure the space. However, did you know there are steps you can take to do this without ruining the historical integrity of the building?

The key is to know what to do, and more importantly, what to avoid. Keep reading to learn more.

Some options to keep in mind when installing a security system for your historic building include:

• Use recessed burglary sensors in your doors to keep them hidden from view
• Use motion […]

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