protecting the things on your property outside of the home

protecting the things on your property outside of the home

  • How To Deter Guests From "Falsely" Pulling The Fire Alarm At Your Hotel

    Accessible fire alarms that anyone can pull, if needed, can be an excellent safety mechanism for a hotel. After all, at night when your staff levels are down, there is a good chance a guest might spot a fire before you do, and having alarms accessible to them helps ensure everyone is alerted quickly so they can escape safely. However, accessible fire alarms also come with a big problem -- some mischievous guests like to pull them when there's not a fire, leading to a hotel full of grumpy guests and unnecessary work for the fire company.

  • How To Reset Your Home's Alarm System

    If you have a home alarm system, there may come a time where you need to reset it. If you had a power outage, forgot the passcode, or just changed the battery, you will need to reset the alarm. It is ideal that you have the manufacturer's instructions for your specific model of alarm, but there are also some general guidelines for most alarm systems that can help you reset it.

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    protecting the things on your property outside of the home

    Many homeowners focus their home security systems on the home itself but neglect to cover the other structures on the property and the property itself. Do you have an outbuilding, shed or garage that you use to store things in? Do you put those expensive inflatable decorations out in your lawn each holiday? There are probably several things outside of your home that warrant protection as much as the things that you keep inside of your home. This blog will show you the security measures that you can take to ensure that everything on your property is protected as best as it can be.