Tag: security cameras

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...]

What Are the Benefits of Day/Night Security Cameras?

Monday, March, 19th, 2018 at 11:12 am by Clint Currell

When you need to keep an eye on your home, business or property, security cameras are the best way to get the job done. Both color and black and white systems have their benefits and drawbacks, and choosing the option that is best suited to your needs is sometimes a challenge. If you are looking for a security camera that provides 24-hour protection, you may want to consider investing in a day/night model. Day/night security [Read More...]

Protect Your Business With These Holiday Security Tips

Monday, November, 27th, 2017 at 10:51 am by Clint Currell

With Thanksgiving behind us, the winter holiday season is in full swing, and for most retailers, it is the most busy and hectic time of the year. The holiday season may be when your business makes up for sluggish sales during the slower months, but security problems could have a major impact on your bottom line. Don’t let theft and other disasters cut into your profits. Check out these security tips to protect your business [Read More...]

Where to Position Security Cameras

Monday, October, 2nd, 2017 at 10:09 am by Clint Currell

Investing in security cameras is a good start, but putting them in the right places is crucial if you want to fully protect your property and home. Because every home is different, your exact needs may vary. Generally speaking, though, the following places exist in most residential homes and should be covered by cameras. Where to Install Security Cameras The Front Door Burglars love entering homes through the front door. Installing a security camera here [Read More...]

Safety Tips for Short-Term Rental Hosts

Monday, July, 24th, 2017 at 10:18 am by Clint Currell

Short-term rental marketplaces, such as Airbnb, allow homeowners to rent out properties or unused rooms to travelers. Such marketplaces have become incredibly popular because they allow homeowners to earn some extra income. It’s important for homeowners to make sure that their property and personal belongings are adequately protected as guests filter in and out. Before you rent out your property through Airbnb or a similar site, check out these safety tips for short-term rental hosts. [Read More...]

How to Ensure Effective Home Security During a Power Outage

Monday, May, 29th, 2017 at 8:22 am by Clint Currell

Power outages can strike anywhere at any time, and if your home security system is not adequately prepared, you and your family could be left defenseless. The modern world has become so dependent on electricity that we often fail to even consider the consequences of a power outage – especially a lengthy one. One thing that is very important to consider is the effectiveness of your home’s security system during a power outage. How many [Read More...]

3 Things to Think About Before Buying a Security Camera

Monday, May, 15th, 2017 at 9:49 am by Clint Currell

Buying a security camera is an excellent way to protect your home or business, and with new products consistently hitting the market, the options are nearly limitless. Today’s security cameras are more advanced than ever before, but there are several considerations that must be taken into consideration before making a purchase. If you’re thinking about investing in a security camera (or several), here are a few important factors to consider. General Filming Restrictions Where you [Read More...]

Most Popular Targets for Burglars and How to Protect Them

Monday, February, 6th, 2017 at 10:30 am by Clint Currell

In 2015, there were an estimated 327,374 robberies throughout the country. These robberies resulted in an estimated $390 million in losses, according to the FBI. The average loss per burglary is $2,251. These statistics are frightening, but there are ways to protect yourself and your belongings. There are certain items that are more frequently targeted by burglars than others, and there are several steps you can take to protect your valuables. Items Most Frequently Targeted [Read More...]

Smash and Grab Burglaries on the Rise – Do You Know How to Protect Yourself?

Monday, February, 29th, 2016 at 2:19 pm by witadmin

With more than 20 smash and grab burglaries affecting small businesses in Denver in the last few months, businesses of all types and sizes need to take note and step up their security game. Police are investigating these robberies, but business owners should still be vigilant in light of these recent break-ins and thefts. Do you know what to do to protect your business? Protecting Yourself from Smash and Grab Burglaries Many of the victims [Read More...]

Do You Have Anyone Watching Your Security Cameras?

Friday, November, 20th, 2015 at 1:15 pm by witadmin

Because of their effectiveness and affordability, security cameras and video systems have become the fastest growing and most popular part of the security industry. Today’s cameras make it easy to monitoring everything that goes on in your home or business or around your property even when you aren’t there. As the technology has improved, cameras have become much more affordable, and they are obtainable even on the tightest budgets. While installing cameras is a great [Read More...]