If you think PERS (Personal Emergency Response Systems) are just for seniors and the medically disabled, then think again. These small, unobtrusive devices are an invaluable tool that allows the user to notify emergency personnel that help is needed with just the click of a button.
Having a fire safety plan is vital for the protection of your home and the people who live there. Here’s an overview of why you’ll need a plan and how to develop yours.
Home security monitoring is vital for those who want additional peace of mind that their homes are safe. If you have a surveillance system installed in your home, you likely already understand this value.
Home automation might feel like a huge leap into the technological future, but it can also provide myriad advantages for busy parents. From ensuring doors are locked and lights are off to checking on your family while you are away, home automation puts your family’s security back in your hands.
The warm weather during the summer means it’s barbecue season for you and the rest of your friends and family! While it takes a little while for prepping the meals and your home, the introduction of smart home devices has made it easier to host a barbecue without getting frustrated or dissatisfied.
Every family has their own way of celebrating July 4th. From hot dogs to fireworks or a trip to the beach, you’re likely planning many exciting festivities for the holiday weekend.
According to crime statistic data released by the FBI, property crimes, including burglaries, annually result in losses worth $14.3 billion. The average dollar value for each stolen item reported stands at $1,190.
The right home security and pet safety can go hand and hand in keeping your home protected. However, similar to how home alarm systems sometimes need troubleshooting, pets, while as intelligent as a human toddler, can get in trouble if they aren’t monitored.
Is your home ready for spring? April showers bring May flowers, and that includes a slew of things to do around your home.
Despite the fact that Americans are moving and relocating at historic lows, the latest US Census Bureau data suggests roughly 40 million people, or 14% of all people, move each year within the United States.