Author: SafeTouch Security

As we stay at home to try and mitigate the effects of a COVID-19 outbreak and keep our communities safe, many people are finding themselves considering solutions for entirely new concerns: What if my home was my workplace? What if my home also became my kids’ school or daycare? Are there safe ways to receive

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  Growing older is one of life’s greatest adventures! There’s so much to see and so much to explore with the new perspective brought on by a life well-lived. Unfortunately, the adventure of growing older does come with its own potholes in the road – loss of hearing, increased risk of falls and injury, etc.

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Millennials are coming of age and finding themselves joining the ranks of homeowners as first-time buyers as they start or raise their young families. In fact, millennials account for 37 percent of homebuyers now, claiming the spot as the largest cohort of buyers. As more millennials look to buy homes, the demand for smart home

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  Everyone’s favorite red, white, and blue holiday has arrived, and patriots and summer fun lovers everywhere are getting ready to celebrate! “Safety” is truly the buzzword this Fourth of July. From fireworks to food handling and the need to socially distance, there’s plenty to think about when it comes to holiday safety. Consider these

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Home invasion can happen to anyone, but some houses are more likely targets than others. A home that is conspicuously equipped with a security system, as well as good lighting and solid locks, is one intruders will avoid. If you should discover someone is in your home, however, here is what you need to do.

We inherently trust that we will be safe inside our homes. The moment we step in the front door of our own property, we let down our guard because we know we’ve made it to a safe place. That sense of security is created by investing in security measures like solid doors, effective window locks,

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Though it isn’t officially summer just yet, the weather is heating up! While everyone may not be traveling as much this summer as they’d originally planned, the warm weather does mean more time spent outside and kids coming and going – everyone is getting antsy to get out of the house after all these weeks

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Tax season can be stressful, but sometimes, all the hassle brings you good news: Tax returns can make all that anxiety worthwhile. While you check your withholdings for next year’s tax slog, start daydreaming about what to do with this year’s windfall. This tax season could be a terrific time to consider an upgrade to

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