Wednesday, March 20, 2013 by Briana V.
Homeowners who live in statistically “low-crime” areas may be reluctant to invest in a home security system because they do not feel that the well-being or safety of their family is being threatened. However, even if you live in a quiet residential area where everyone knows each other, your house could still be a target …Continue Reading »
Filed under: Featured | Tagged: burlgary protection, home security, low-crime
Friday, March 8, 2013 by Briana V.
Whether you are a “snowbird” who heads to a warmer climate for the entire winter season, or someone who enjoys a brief winter getaway each year, implementing a few safety measures before you leave can help prevent you from becoming a victim of burglary. Maintain Occupancy Cues Intruders will most likely look for signs that …Continue Reading »
Filed under: Featured | Tagged: home security, Vacation
Thursday, February 21, 2013 by Briana V.
According to the National Crime Prevention Council, crime rates are the lowest they have been in over three decades, including cases of both violent and aggravated crime. This is a testament that with proper safety and crime prevention techniques, you can keep yourself from becoming a victim. Whenever you go out, keep certain personal safety …Continue Reading »
Filed under: Featured | Tagged: home security
Monday, February 11, 2013 by Briana V.
The winter season can mean big changes in terms of how you go about your daily life. Some changes that come along with winter, however, create opportunities for potential intruders or burglars to take advantage of weakened home security or leave you vulnerable to cold weather hazards. Here are a few tips to keep …Continue Reading »
Filed under: Featured | Tagged: home security, winter weather
Thursday, January 24, 2013 by Briana V.
When you enable Geo Services on your system, you are essentially establishing a GPS-based perimeter around a given area that will then record when linked devices pass in and out of that area. The system works with i-Phone and Android smartphones to track movements within the fenced-in area. If you pass beyond the Geo-Fence while …Continue Reading »
Filed under: Featured | Tagged: Home Management, home security, home technology
Thursday, January 17, 2013 by Briana V.
While you may not keep any precious family heirlooms in your company office, office equipment can just as easily be targeted by intruders or thieves. Thieves know that computers, laptops, speakers, televisions and other equipment that can be carried off from an office or business and sold for a quick profit. Losing equipment like this …Continue Reading »
Filed under: Business Security, Featured | Tagged: business security, fire protection, home security
Thursday, January 10, 2013 by Briana V.
It may feel like your home is a fortress, but the reality is that last year there were over 2.1 million cases of burglary in the United States, averaging one break-in every 12 seconds. These acts accounted for an estimated $4.8 billion in lost property. Most disturbingly, 74.5% of burglaries were within residential properties. Securing …Continue Reading »
Filed under: Business Security, Guardian News
Thursday, December 20, 2012 by Cassandra H.
Guardian has been awarded the prestigious 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Award, an honor bestowed annually on approximately 5 percent of all the businesses rated on the nation’s leading provider of consumer reviews on local service companies. “Only a fraction of the businesses rated on Angie’s List can claim the sterling customer service record …Continue Reading »
Filed under: Featured, Guardian News | Tagged: Angie's List, Customer Service, Home automation, home security
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 by Briana V.
With the plethora of technology that has emerged, alarms and security systems have come a long way. However, with this abundance, it also becomes a challenge to know the specific uses and advantages of some devices over others in a given situation. Two of the devices that are sometimes confused with each other are window …Continue Reading »
Filed under: Featured | Tagged: glass sensors, home security, window contact, window sensors
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 by Briana V.
Use of the lights in your house can impact your household’s energy consumption in a major way. Figuring out strategies to reduce energy consumption through reduced use of lighting has become a major focus point for energy conservation. Implementing a plan to keep lights off longer will help lower monthly energy bills. Part of reducing …Continue Reading »
Filed under: Featured | Tagged: Home Lighting, home security, home technology