Two Reasons to Install a Security Screen Door

Posted on: 22 January 2018

Many homeowners choose to have security screen doors fitted onto the exterior doors of their properties. Here are two reasons why you may want to consider doing this too. It can enable you to safely interact with strangers who approach your home It can be dangerous to open your front door when a stranger knocks on it. Whilst in most cases, the people who approach properties in this manner are simply delivering packages, selling goods, or offering their house maintenance services, there is always a risk that the next person who knocks on your door could be a criminal who intends to hurt you.
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Two situations in which it is worth investing in a security system for your home

Posted on: 31 July 2017

Security systems can be quite expensive to buy and install. However, there are circumstances in which this type of purchase could be a very wise investment. Read on to find out more. You have moved into a property in an area with high crime rates Whilst moving into a neighbourhood which is known to have higher-than-average crime rates does not, of course, automatically mean that your home will be burglarised, it does increase the chances of this happening.
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How A Guard Dog Could Enhance Your Home Security

Posted on: 27 June 2016

If you live in a large place out in the sticks, you may feel vulnerable to intruders.  Under these circumstances, you may be considering employing a security service to patrol your property with a guard dog. But would a guard dog suit your circumstances?   Read on for some helpful information. What makes guard dogs an effective burglar deterrent? Dogs have very keen hearing and, as a consequence, will hear an intruder long before you do.
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3 Simple Yet Effective Ways To Improve Your Home's Security

Posted on: 26 January 2016

For many Australian homeowners, the security of their home is a very serious issue. Keeping precious loved ones and treasured belongings safe is a top priority, yet many people's homes are far less secure than they should be. This leaves them vulnerable to being burgled and may put their family at risk of injury or death from an intruder. Here are three simple ways that you can make your home more secure and safe.
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