Archive for April, 2016

Burglar-Proof Your Homes Door Frame and Doors

Unlike the sophisticated tunneling operations of bank break-in that you see on the movie screen, a lot of house robbers in real life merely go in the front door. Breaking or removing the front door is the most typical kind of forced-entry break-in, according to the United States Department of Justice. If you are a NCIS fan, you know that Jethro Gibbs never locks his front door, but you can ward off lots of thieves by just locking the door, as an average of 30% of robberies do not involve any forced entry. To keep away more aggressive robbers, take READ MORE…

Home Protection While You’re Away

Heading off on a trip? Have a wonderful time. Simply make sure to protect your home sweet house before you strike out on the road. Here are simple, manageable tips that will help keep your empty house safe versus intruders while you are away. Outside Your Home Ensure the yard is not a giveaway. Shabby overgrown lawn announces to the world that you are not around to cut it. The expense to hire a yard care service is not that high, compared to the prospective loss if your house were to be invaded. While you’re at it, get those bushes READ MORE…

Home Security Considerations

Whether you are a home owner or a tenant, it is imperative that you take a look at the various safety issues and security fixes that you may have to enhance your home security protection. It is necessary to make a suitable assessment and take all of the precautions you potentially can to safeguard your family and the belongings you have worked so diligently to obtain. Home Security Pros of Myrtle Beach will be glad to assist you with this assessment of your home security level. Every house can utilize a security system of some sort, however based upon various READ MORE…

Myrtle Beach Home Security FAQ

What is alarm system monitoring? When your home security or business alarm is triggered, the dispatchers at a central location will instantly call your home or cell phone to substantiate the alarm and not that the alarm system was accidentally tripped. The person that answers the phone needs to know a secret password that is given you when the alarm system is installed and is recorded in our records. If the dispatcher does not receive a response to the call or if an answering machine takes the call, our alarm system will immediately contact the closest local authority or the READ MORE…