Our front doors are busy and bustling: kids coming in and out, friends dropping by, and delivery people bringing everything from packages to your lunch. With so much activity happening, it leaves open possibilities for security risks: porch theft, burglary, even home invasion. To combat these risks, you need something that can watch over the most high traffic entry to your home: the doorway.
Does it seem like your utility bills get higher every summer? This year, they’re likely to be even higher because of Americans staying home more. It’s time to apply some common sense cost cutting to home energy management, but that’s difficult when family members are coming and going throughout the day.
Summer is a time to enjoy pleasant outdoor weather, less time at work and more time with the ones you care about. However, it’s also a time that puts your safety awareness to the test. In a year that has already presented some unique challenges, are some ways your family can enjoy a safer summer in 2020.
Often, summer is the time when homeowners perform improvements and make updates around the house. If you weren’t planning on including home security updates, we encourage you to reconsider. Here are some ways you can enhance your home security this summer so that the rest of the year goes as smoothly as possible.
It’s that time of year when we honor the fathers, grandfathers and others who cared for us while we were young. As they age, how can we now care for them with the same attention to detail – especially during a time when many are separated from their loved ones for health reasons? Good news: There’s home security technology to help. It’s the Wellness suite, which is made up of products and services available to you right here at APB Security.
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.
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.