Security While Selling Your Home

July 24, 2016By sadams No Comments

With home prices in Riverside, California back on the rise, more homeowners are thinking about selling their homes. When selling your home, you let countless strangers in your home, often when you aren’t present. Posing as potential buyers, burglars have used the home-buyer ruse for years to get inside a home and find out what’s … Read More

Onsite Security Guard or Response Team

July 24, 2016By sadams No Comments

While onsite security guards provide a significant level of security, response teams can handle most after-hours security needs. Response teams remain on alert from remote locations and have nearly as much visibility as an on-site officer. In fact, because response teams are groups of people working together, frequently they offer more coverage than an easily … Read More

Security for Multi-family Homes and Apartment Buildings

July 24, 2016By sadams No Comments

Protect your investment by using a security system for your multi-family house or multi-unit building. Riverside, California is home to a range of multi-unit buildings — all of which need security to keep these properties safe for residents. Investing in a security system protects your asset from fire, theft, and vandalism. A security system also … Read More

Advice From The Sheriff

July 24, 2016By sadams No Comments

The Riverside County Sheriff, Stanley Sniff, suggests that you use a security system to help prevent home burglary. On his website, the Sheriff says, “Look into an alarm system. There are hundreds of different systems on the market in all price ranges.” The Riverside Sheriff lists the advice about alarm systems alongside a range of … Read More

Home Security and Riverside Crime Rates

July 24, 2016By sadams No Comments

As a resident of Riverside, California, crime statistics should play a key role in your decision about a home security system. While Riverside offers its residents a beautiful and affordable home in southern California, the city has crime statistics higher than the rest of California. Property crime is generally broken into three categories: burglary, theft, … Read More

Digital Locks Offer Control and Flexibility

July 24, 2016By sadams No Comments

Digital locks are a convenient and secure addition to your overall home security system. Some consumers who are hesitant to rely on digital locks take comfort knowing there are physical keys that will still open the door in the event of power loss of forgotten pass codes. Because digital locks are relatively inexpensive and significantly … Read More

Facts About Home Security

July 24, 2016By sadams No Comments

Unless you’ve already been burglarized, the crime seems like something that would only happen to someone else. Unfortunately, crime is everywhere, including your neighborhood. And while home security systems are designed to make you feel safe, you should base your decision to buying one on facts, not fear. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte … Read More

Commercial Security: Where to Start

July 24, 2016By sadams No Comments

Frequently, small business owners do not address security issues until there has been a break-in or theft. With the many decisions small business owners make every day, preventive measures aren’t a priority. Creating unique pass codes, installing closed-circuit cameras, and issuing electronic key fobs can seem like a slew of time-consuming activities. The effort necessary … Read More

Home Monitoring: Convenience Meets Security

July 24, 2016By sadams No Comments

The combination of home security systems and smartphone technology has given consumers a new level of comfort and convenience. The basis of home security has always been to utilize technology to increase a general awareness of activity at the home. Today, thanks to web-based technology and the cell phone industry, the same tools that we … Read More