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Company news & life safety tips for businesses & families.
Over the years, we have learned a lot about what companies are looking for in access control entry. Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey employers are often navigating the challenges of using electronic access control systems to secure the premises, while still maintaining an environment where employees feel they are valued and trusted. It’s tough, but it can be done. Here are some ways to handle it.
There’s no more critical time to address home security than the holidays. Whether you plan to be home for the holidays or are traveling out of town, here are some home security tips to keep in mind.
Churches and other places of worship are especially vulnerable to environmental dangers like fire and carbon monoxide (CO). Here are some facts on the risk of fires and carbon monoxide leaks at churches, and how Security Instrument can design a custom fire alarm system so that Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania can be protected.
Churches and other worship centers throughout the region are gearing up for the high traffic holiday season, when they tend to welcome more visitors than other time of year. If a church is lacking in security technology, it can be a risky time of year as well. Security Instrument has installed church security throughout Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania since 1960; we know the security challenges that church properties face, and we have solutions to help meet them head-on. Here are some of the security objectives we can help church security managers accomplish.
False alarms can lead to a variety of unwanted repercussions, including fines, consumption of police resources, and ownership dissatisfaction. Fortunately, there are ways to help prevent them from happening at your home or business. For customers of our security company in the Mid-Atlantic, here are some tips for preventing false alarms at your property.
New customers of our Delaware security company often inquire about the consequences of false alarms. When an alarm is triggered for a reason other than intrusion, it is much more than an audible nuisance. Here are some of the main repercussions of false alarms, and why avoiding them should be taken seriously.