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Security for Your Small Business

What kind of security do you need for your small business? My name is Emily, and as a small business owner myself, I've gone through all sorts of options. Some business owners think that they are covered because they have an alarm system or other type of security installed. However, they may have overlooked other important considerations in small business security. Many security issues in a business are actually perpetrated by an employee, but few businesses have security in place that will allow employers to know when employees are stealing or behaving inappropriately. Let me help you understand how to buy the best security system for your small business.

How To Protect Your Outdoor Security Camera From Natural Damage

Outdoor security cameras are great because they allow you to see what is happening around your business. However, outdoor security cameras are also exposed to all the elements. They are exposed to bugs, spiders, heat, cold, and moisture. This exposure can compromise your images and cause damage to your security camera if you don't manage natural challenges effectively. #1 Keep Spiders Away Spiders love finding places to make their webs. The space in between your security camera and building can present a perfect place to make a web, especially if your camera has a light on it that attracts bugs in the evening hours. Read More 

Fire In The Kitchen Of Your Restaurant? Take These Steps To Avoid Making A Scene

One of the businesses for which a fire suppression system is a must is a restaurant. A fire can quickly occur on the stove, at which point the fire suppression system should kick on and extinguish the flames. One of the ideal things about such a system in a restaurant kitchen is that it's designed to specifically target the heat source. In other words, the sprinklers directly above the stove will kick on, but if the system cannot detect fire or heat elsewhere, the other sprinklers connected to the system will stay off. Read More 

Worried About Fire Concerns In Your Old Home? What To Do

If you live in a home that was built decades ago, and you worry that all of your electrical devices, appliances, and other electrical demands are too much for the electrical system, there are some things to look into. If you often have blown fuses, you can feel that light switches or outlets get hot, and you worry about a fire in the old home, there are some things that you want to get help with, and that you should have installed. Read More 

How To Handle Security For A NYC Nightclub

If you're opening a a NYC based nightclub, then you understand the important of good security. The nightclub is going to be packed with men and women, and they will be dancing and drinking. Tempers can run hot in these environments, and the last thing you need is for a fight to break out and people to get injured. That can end up in lawsuits, a liquor license revocation, as well as the permanent closure of your bar or even arrests. Read More 

Summer Home Security: 3 Tips to Help Keep Your Home Safe

As a general rule, you look forward to summer: the hot sun, no more school, time off from work, and so forth. Sadly, though, there is one downside to the beautiful summertime: your home is at an increased risk of being burglarized. You see, thieves know that people go on vacation during the summer, so they're on the lookout for this. In addition, individuals are more likely to leave windows, blinds, and doors opens to let the fresh air flow through the home. Read More