Exterior door and window sensors are your home’s first line of defense against intruders and flood sensors sound the alarm about leaks before they become floods. But don’t stop there! Our versatile sensors can alert you to a variety of security issues inside your home. Who got into the liquor cabinet? Who ate all the cookies? Who came home after curfew? Here’s how to find out.
Every school has at least one mean kid who delights in spoiling Santa for everyone else. “He’s not real! Your parents buy the presents!” Oh, but many home security cameras tell a different story when they capture Santa’s visit on video. Use your camera keep the wonder of Santa Claus alive – for at least a little longer.
Our culture has always influenced music. One recurring theme in modern music is crime. While every musical genre is different, most include some mention of illegal activity.
But how much of music mentions crime? Which musicians sing about it the most, and which types of crime? And has music always been like this?
Like many crimes, burglary doesn’t seem that serious – until it happens to you. Having someone break into your home and steal your stuff while you’re away is bad enough. What would you do if it happened while you were at home? Here are true tales of people who figured out how to fight off a burglar – and win!
It’s the middle of the week, and you’re shopping for groceries. As you’re pushing your cart through the aisles and minding your own business, you see a mother screaming at her toddler, a man violently shaking his wife, or a woman berating an elderly man. What do you do? Do you step in and say something? Tell the store manager? Call the police? Or do nothing?
The holidays are a “season to be jolly” and a time when people let their guard down. This means that, for thieves, the holidays are a “season to steal.” In some areas, December is the peak month for burglaries, so use these holiday safety tips to keep your gifts and your family safe.
Experienced criminals know how to get away with burglary. And they’re successful too: a home is burglarized every 15 seconds in the United States. The best way to fight back? Learn to think like a burglar and make your home a “hard target” they’ll steer clear of.
Some floods are huge events that send cars and houses floating away. That happened just recently in Louisiana when areas of the state got a year’s worth of rain in just a few days. It never rains in your apartment (we hope), but water could still pour from a broken pipe, washing machine hose, or even an overflowing toilet. While not a national disaster, a water leak can still be a huge hassle that costs you time and money. Learn how flood sensors can help protect your property.