SafeTouch Security | Safetouch Security Systems - Part 2

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Burglary

There are 2.5 million burglaries annually in the United States, with about 1,650,000 of them taking place in homes. The FBI reports that in 2017, the average loss per burglary offense was $2,416. Due to the volume and extent of burglaries, numerous surveys have found that people worry about burglaries more than any other property

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Indoor Camera

Owning an indoor camera was once seen as an excessive, over-the-top security measure. Today, indoor cameras are fairly common. Porch did a study and found 21.5% of the 986 people surveyed had a camera inside their homes. Although, that means that four out of every five people still don’t have an indoor camera.  Indoor cameras

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Cute dog

Many Americans opted to bring home a new furry friend over the past year. Puppies across the country became accustomed to cuddles on demand and lots of walks and treats throughout the day, not to mention bathroom breaks whenever they needed them. Now, as people head back to work, their puppy isn’t so happy to

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Security Cameras

Owning your own business requires you to be in charge of everything, and you work hard to keep the business running smoothly. To protect your business and all the hard work and energy you have put into it, it’s important to make sure you are using these guidelines to keep your business safe. The last

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Natural disasters are just that: disasters. So many things can go wrong, therefore it’s best to be prepared. With hurricane season now in full swing, it’s important to know how to prepare for severe weather and storms, and how to best equip your home with the proper security measures when facing Mother Nature.    The

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Moving is a lot of things — it’s exciting, tedious, and exhausting all at once. It’s easy to become absorbed in packing, unpacking, and organizing while neglecting home security measures or forgetting about them entirely.  According to the FBI, burglaries (that is a breaking and entering that doesn’t involve the use of force against a

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While fireworks may seem like the only safety concern on the Fourth of July, there are other areas that can be hazardous as well.. While fireworks are a top safety concern for the holiday, here are a few other areas to consider to have fun and stay safe this Fourth of July. Water Safety July

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Wedding Gift

Whether you are the one getting married or the person attending a wedding, consider safety when thinking about wedding gifts.  If you are the couple getting married, your wedding registry is a great opportunity to ask friends and family to invest in your security through new smart technology. If you are the gift giver, consider

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With travel opening back up after COVID-19, many homeowners are taking the opportunity to get out and travel. Vacations are a much-needed break from the last year, but before you go, make sure you leave your home safe and secure. Here are some tips as you pack up. Safety Inside Your Home Unplug any non-essential

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No matter where you live, you want to keep your family and home safe from criminals. A good place to start is by helping to prevent crime in your neighborhood. Here are five ways that you can help make your neighborhood a safe place to live. #1. Get to Know Your Neighbors and Neighborhood Today,

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