Category: Security System Tips

Are Expensive Locks Better?

Thursday, August, 4th, 2022 at 8:13 pm by witseo

We use locks, safes, and other security products to ensure that our homes, families, and possessions are secure. So when asking the question “are expensive locks better” the question becomes about security. Whether it’s worth investing more money in locks with more or newer security features typically depends on what is behind the lock. Keyless Locks Keyless locks, also called smart locks, are becoming more and more popular with homeowners and apartment complexes. These more [Read More...]

How to Protect Your Car Against Catalytic Converter Theft

Wednesday, July, 14th, 2021 at 10:29 am by witseo

Catalytic converter theft has always been around, but the COVID-19 pandemic seems to have made the problem worse in many areas, including Denver. Car owners leave home or work and try to drive somewhere, only to find that their catalytic converter is gone. Catalytic converters contain precious metals that are valuable. Thieves can make good money by selling them. That’s why, when times are tight, more and more of these car parts get stolen. Here’s [Read More...]

Home Security vs. Office Security

Wednesday, May, 1st, 2019 at 2:09 pm by csp_admin

Home Security vs. Office Security Are you looking for a home security system or one for your office? While home security and office security share some characteristics in common, your business may have a lot more security needs than your home does, depending on what you do and the size of your company. Here’s what you need to consider to find the right security system for you. Physical Security Both home and office security focus [Read More...]

Theft, Robbery and Burglary: What’s the Difference?

Monday, April, 16th, 2018 at 1:46 pm by Clint Currell

Theft. Robbery. Burglary. If you are a business owner, those are three words that you never want to hear. You have worked hard for your business, and criminals can take it all away in a matter of minutes. While often used interchangeably, these words all have their own unique meanings. Let’s take a closer look at what each one means to your business. Theft Theft is defined as the wrongful taking of another person’s property. [Read More...]

6 Cheap and Easy Ways to Improve Home Security

Monday, April, 2nd, 2018 at 12:20 pm by Clint Currell

A high-tech home security system is the best way to guarantee the best protection for your home. If one of these systems is not in your budget right now, though, there are several affordable ways to improve home security without breaking the bank. Check out these cheap and easy ways to improve your home’s security until you are ready to invest in a high-tech system. Install (or Upgrade) Window Shades If you don’t have window [Read More...]

Staying Safe When You Live Alone

Monday, February, 19th, 2018 at 9:27 am by Clint Currell

If you live alone, you are in good company. In the United States, approximately 31 million people live alone. On average, that breaks down to about 28% of households including just one person. People live alone for a variety of reasons. While many enjoy the freedom of living alone, there are unique security risks. Living by yourself may put you at a higher risk for certain security issues. If you live alone, check out the [Read More...]

3 Phases of Securing a New Business

Monday, February, 5th, 2018 at 10:16 am by Clint Currell

Starting a new business is exciting but also wrought with challenges. Money is almost always tight, and brand-new business owners often struggle to determine what expenses are necessary right away and what can be put off until the business starts bringing in more revenue. One thing new business owners should not skimp on is security. You don’t need to start big, though. Business security is something that can start small and grow along with your [Read More...]

Lesser-Known Ways to Keep Your Home Secure

Monday, January, 22nd, 2018 at 8:35 am by Clint Currell

You already know to keep your doors and windows closed and locked, especially at night and when you’re not at home. Maybe you’ve even invested in some security cameras. You know there are several ways to keep your home and family safe, and you have likely taken several steps to do just that. No matter how diligent you are, though, there could still be some ways to keep your home secure that you have never [Read More...]

4 Most Common Ways Burglars Enter Single Family Homes

Monday, January, 8th, 2018 at 7:55 am by Clint Currell

Keeping your family safe is a top priority. To do that, you need to step up your home’s security. If you’re like many people, though, you might not know where to start. Before deciding on what security measures you should take, it’s important to understand what areas are most vulnerable. Let’s take a closer look at a few of the weak spots and the most common ways burglars enter single family homes. Picking the Front [Read More...]

Home Security Resolutions for the New Year

Wednesday, December, 27th, 2017 at 2:54 pm by Clint Currell

We are just a few short days away from 2018 and all the resolutions that come with the new year. While you may have failed at keeping many resolutions over the years, there’s one you should definitely make – and stick to – this year. Protect your home and your family by resolving to make home security a priority in 2018. Invest in a Security System If you don’t already have a home security system, [Read More...]