Home Alone: Keeping an Eye on the Kids While You’re at Work

For now, lots of parents are able to work from home. However, that won’t necessarily be the case forever. When it’s time to go back to the office, caring parents need a way to keep an eye on the kids from a distance. If you can relate, consider implementing home security technology that can help. Although there are many options to choose from, we recommend starting out with these two options.

Kids at home

ALERT: Smash & Grab Intruder On the Prowl

Several days ago, one of our customers (also a friend) had his store burglarized by a “Smash & Grab” intruder. As customers of APB you already have an alarm system, so arm it more often and let the alarm and our Central Station do their job of helping to protect families & their possessions.

Why Security System Monitoring is Necessary

You’re an intelligent, capable homeowner. Maybe you think that’s everything you need to handle an at-home emergency all on your own. But the reality is, most people need active support, especially if the emergency is a break-in or a fire. When one of these events happens, your number one job is to get yourself and your loved ones out of the house safely. Dialing 911 on top of that is simply too much for one person. If you have a monitored home security system, there’s good news: Your system will do that part for you.

Security Monitoring

How Scenes Make Home Life Simpler

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a button that did difficult tasks at home for you? There may not be one that cleans house or mows the lawn, but there is one that can perform your home automation tasks. It’s called Scenes, and it actually gives you a total of four buttons – one for each of your most important times of day. Here’s what those times of day are, and the button that can help you make each one simpler.

Home Automation

Protecting Your Home in a Break-In, No Matter What

Your security system is there to protect your home from break-ins. But what happens if an intruder targets not only your home, but your security system itself? In this burglary tactic, known as “crash and smash,” the intruder breaks into the home, then smashes the home security panel to prevent the system from activating. The end game, of course, is for the intruder to get access to what they want without the system calling for help.