It's easy to believe bad information; it happens to the best of us. But when it comes to your home security system, we want you to be able to distinguish truth from fiction. Here are a couple of prevailing myths we want to dispel, so you can have the most accurate information possible about your system. One of the most common myths some homeowners believe is that having a security system installed in the home is sufficient. They don't realize… Read More
Americans are paying more than ever before for a litany of consumable goods and services, and energy is right at the top of the list. One of the biggest ways to save on your energy bills is by taking a proactive stance when it comes to managing the lighting in your home. Here are five home lighting tips that can help you cut down on your energy expenses: For over 40 years, we've been designing and installing custom security systems… Read More
If you know what burglars don’t want to see at your home or business, you may be able to prevent them from trying to enter. Here are three things burglars hate to encounter when they attempt a break-in at a residential or business property. For over 40 years, we've been designing and installing custom security systems for homes and businesses across the USA. Contact us today to learn how easy and affordable it is to secure your family, and property.… Read More
When you see the television commercials, it’s tempting to believe that the security companies being advertised are the only reputable ones out there. Fortunately, that’s not the case! When choosing a security company, you can look beyond what’s advertised and choose a dealer that delivers the reliable security products and services you need. Here’s what to look for: UL Listing. You only want a UL listed monitoring center monitoring your alarm. UL listed means that the facility is approved by… Read More
As the weather cools down, energy costs typically go up. So how can you keep your utility bills as low as the temperatures this winter? Here are some tips for keeping your energy costs down as we approach the coldest season of the year. Unplug. Your electronics, that is. Many of us grew up believing that TVs, radios and lamps only used energy if they were turned on – but according to the experts at Green Living, that is not… Read More