Don’t Forget About The Pets!

petsafetyYou love your pets as much as any member of your family. Your pet is not just a source of joy, but is your comfort during stressful times. Pets undoubtedly help keep our stress levels in control, improve emotional and physical health, offer companionship and ward off loneliness. Pets help keep our heart healthy and are known to positively impact longevity. Read more »

Upgrades That Add Value and Security To Your Home

security_ugradesEvery homeowner wants to feel safe in secure in their own home at any time of the day or night. To do this, you need to make sure that you have incorporated security measures that will not only keep you safe, but will also add value to your home’s worth. SafeTouch recommends upgrading your home with the features listed below. Read more »

Home Break-In’s Gone Wrong

Home Break In Gone WrongWhile the idea of someone breaking into your home is never funny, there are times when home break-in’s gone awry can be quite amusing. Of course, the best way to ensure that you and your home are protected is to invest in home security measures that are effective. Planning ahead can deter would-be thieves and protect your home, your family and your valuables. Read more »

The Power Of A SafeTouch Security System

mobilesecurityOn average, one in 36 homes will be broken into this year. At SafeTouch, we understand the need for an alarm system and have made it our business to ensure your family’s safety. Since folks live a very busy life, we offer state-of-the-art devices, for when you are on the go.

Smash and Crash Proof

Often, the first thing a burglar attempts to do is debilitate the alarm system. They cut wires and smash keypads. This is why we have durable systems to keep you protected from savvy thieves.

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Security System Advice For The First Time Homeowner

Portrait of a happy couple holding keys in front of their houseIf you are new homeowner, or if you have never bought a security system before, it may be a difficult task. With so many choices out there now, it can be quite confusing to know exactly what you need to look for. Many things go into account during the search of security systems, such as the type of system, when to purchase it, the most reliable brands, and what, if any, additional services are needed. Overall you will need the best and safest option for you and your family to feel secure. Read more »

Looking Back on Security in 2014

2014 review - year summary concept on a vintage slate blackboardWith today’s busy lifestyles and work schedules, our society has become a very mobile environment. If you’re like most people, you probably spend a lot of time away from home. Between long days at work, family outings and social activities, home is a welcomed retreat. But, what if you returned home to find your house had been burglarized? An advanced mobile surveillance system can protect your home while you’re away. Read more »

Tips For Feeling Secure Going Into The New Year

real estate and family home security concept - closeup picture oYour home is the center of your family’s shelter. It’s very important for all of your family members to feel safe and comfortable in and around the home. If safety has become a concern, you may be researching home security systems or have a New Year’s resolution to increase home security. If you don’t know where to start, here are some home security tips to consider.

Don’t Be an Easy Target

On TV shows, all sorts of expensive, high-tech gadgets are used to break into businesses and houses in seconds flat, regardless of home security systems – but that’s television. Back in the real world, the average burglar in Florida is more interested in looking for an easy target that doesn’t require a lot of work – or risk. Thieves want to get in, get the loot and get out – FAST. As a homeowner, it’s your job to make sure that your home doesn’t look like an easy target. Read more »

Don’t Forget Security When You Do Your Year End Planning

Business PlanBusiness owners need vision. You have to be able to look into the future, see where you want yourself and your company to be and then take the necessary course of action to get there. You can’t just look on the bright side and be blind to the potential hazards along the way that can completely derail the momentum of your progress and possibly prevent you from reaching your goals.

Understanding the mindset and motivation of who might seek to damage your company’s property or rob you is important as you organize your security checklist. Different types of threats require different security measures. For example, you should have protocol that is followed anytime an employee is dismissed by your company. This will include canceling their pass codes and notifying other employees that this person is no longer with the company.   Read more »

Myths About Home Intrusions Debunked

mythsabouthomeintrusionsThere’s plenty of anecdotal advice regarding home intrusions. It can be difficult to sort fact from fiction when it comes to your home’s security. Alarm companies can often provide valuable advice regarding your home’s safety. As you work to make your home more secure, consider these break-in myths and the truths behind them.

Myth: If a burglar wants to get into a home, he will, despite preventative measures.

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Holiday Home Security Tips

LightsThe holidays often bring out the best in people. Generosity abounds as the spirit of the season inspires many to be a little bit kinder. However, not everyone sees the holidays as a time of giving. For burglars, the holidays are the season of taking. Homes full of expensive gifts and houses left empty for holiday travels present tempting, easy targets for intruders who are looking for a rich treasure trove.

This season, keep your home and family secure by considering these holiday safety tips. These basic rules of thumb can help prevent an unfortunate incident that could cast a shadow over the brightness of the holiday! Read more »

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