It’s no wonder that keyless locks are becoming so popular. The simple fact is, going keyless makes life a lot easier.
Let’s take a look at some of the benefits that the latest smart technology entry systems have to offer.
This is a question I’m asked a lot, and my advice is to undertake a security survey of your home or ask me to come and take a look, so I can identify any areas that could be improved.
Let’s start with the basics.
It will have come as a surprise to many that Guildford was recently named as one of the UK's top burglary claims hotspots.
This alarming revelation comes from MoneySuperMarket, who conduct annual research that analyses more than two million home insurance quotes over the last two years.
The Guildford postal district of GU3 (which also covers Compton, Normandy, Woking, Pirbright, Worplesdon, Puttenham, Fairlands, Wood Street Village, Wanborough, Artington, Artington) didn’t make an appearance anywhere in the top 20 last year.
Therefore, it comes as quite a shock to find it has suddenly hit the top spot with a rate of 51.43 claims per 1,000 quotes.
There are many different types of safes on the market including wall mounted, free standing, fireproof as well as a whole host of different locking systems to choose from.
Here we take a look at what you need to consider when deciding on the right option for your home or business.
Visonic, an international developer and manufacturer of high-quality electronic security systems and components, has an extensive range of wireless security products and detectors for residential, commercial and industrial properties.
They provide advanced intrusion, safety, emergency, communication, and remote observation solutions. I’ve recently been taking a look at their versatile wireless security systems that can be monitored by phone or via a secondary company for a minimal monthly cost. Their alarms are grade 2 insurance approved.
A House with Multiple Occupany (HMO) is a property that’s rented out by at least three people who are not from one household such as a family. They share facilities like the bathroom and kitchen.
HMOs are popular with students and public-sector workers and are often found near universities, colleges and large public-sector organisations such as hospitals.