Burglary is a common crime. In fact, it’s so common that one burglary occurs around every 15 seconds in the United States. The more you understand about home burglaries, the easier it is for you to effectively guard against them. It Doesn’t Take Very Long As somebody who would never dream of breaking into a
Being home or even away from home during a power outage can be a little unsettling. Burglars that would normally pass up homes with security systems see a power outage as an opportunity to break into homes that would otherwise be defended. With hurricane season now in full swing, you might be wondering what happens
Modern technological advances have improved our lives with products we could never have anticipated in years past. They offer us unprecedented convenience, innovative services, and greatly increased security for our homes. We can lead our best lives with the assurance that we will remain safe as we do so.
Burglars generally tend to avoid breaking into homes that have a dog, but is being a dog parent alone really enough to keep your home safe? Threat Detection Accuracy Your dog’s hyper-sensitive hearing and keen sense of smell gives your dog the ability to alert you immediately if an intruder has entered your yard. However,
Summertime means that school is out and kids are coming and going at all hours of the day, or may be left alone while you are at work. Unfortunately, this can leave your home susceptible to unwanted visitors as well. A good plan paired with a SafeTouch smart home security system can help guarantee your
Uniform Crime Reporting Statistics report from the FBI showed an overall decrease in property crime rates throughout the United States. This continues the trend from the previous year’s report. However, this report shows that the Jacksonville area continues to experience significant increases in property crimes, which includes burglary. Now, more than ever before, the need
From Jaguars games to the Jazz Festival to countless other artistic, sporting, and educational endeavors, Jacksonville residents are proud of all the wonderful things our town has to offer. But that doesn’t mean the River City is immune to problems. Like any major metropolis, Jacksonville has its share of struggles, chief among them the challenge of
Home security systems are nothing new. It started with simple keys and locks on the front door, continuing with watch dogs and vigilant neighbors. But as time moved on, greater protection was needed. And as technology progressed, home security systems were born. The Past: Landline Home Security Systems As effective as they were, earlier wired
Halloween is a fun time to look forward to every year. While consumers may enjoy the festivities centered around the holiday, with the costumes and tasty treats and celebrations, business owners might look forward to jazzing up their property with new decorations and improving their business through holiday marketing. Halloween truly has something for everyone.
There is some wisdom in aphorisms; one example is particularly relevant today: if something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Reports are coming in from around Jacksonville of a man claiming to be a city worker offering to inspect/upgrade home security systems for free.