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.
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 SafeKids.org, 334 children were tragically killed in house fires in 2013. While we don’t often think of it, teaching your children about fire safety may make a difference if your family is ever faced with a fire in your home.
There’s nothing more comforting than knowing you and your loved ones are safe during the holidays. Installing a home security system with smart home automation is a great first step to making your home a true winter wonderland during the holiday season.
Kids love Halloween—and many of us big kids love it, too! Take a few minutes to prepare for trick or treating to ensure everyone enjoys the night and makers it home safely.
In 2017, nearly 50 million Americans traveled over 50 miles or more to visit family and friends during the Thanksgiving season, the highest it’s been since 2005. With the right home automation system, you can rest assured your home is safe for Thanksgiving while also being a boon for your guests if you’re hosting dinner!
Flooding is often caused by a temporary overflow of water from rain, snow, coastal storms, or faulty water systems, and can permanently damage your home if you’re not prepared. Follow these tips to stay safe before, during, and after a flood occurs.
Back to school is always one of the busiest times of the year. The change in routine—or the return to one–can be difficult for your entire family.
For animals, like dogs and cats, that roam your home when you’re not there, it’s important that they be safe in your absence. Take the time to prepare your home so your furry friend will always remain safe.
Summer is the perfect time to have an adventure! While taking the family to the beach or road tripping to some giant amusement park can be lots of fun, perhaps you’re looking to do something different this year.