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6 Strong Reasons to Upgrade the Locks in Your Home

Posted by on Jun 9, 2017 in Home Security | Comments Off on 6 Strong Reasons to Upgrade the Locks in Your Home

As a homeowner, you have many things to worry about, the leading among which is security of your home. In this regard, a common question that comes to mind is when and why you should upgrade locks in your home. Even though the locks are secure, there are various reasons you should call in a locksmith and get your locks upgraded. Here are some. 1. Keys Lost When your keys are lost, there are two possibilities: you either find them or lose them forever. While the former possibility is a happy end of the story, the latter possibility gives rise to numerous worries regarding who might find the keys, what he would do with them, would your house be broken and so on. Therefore it’s advisable to change your locks. With someone like a reliable Seattle locksmith, the process...

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When to Call an Electrician

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017 in Home Security, Repair & Maintenance | Comments Off on When to Call an Electrician

Most people have a very limited knowledge of how electricity works. For that reason, it’s difficult to understand why and when it is crucial to call an electrician. So, are there some symptoms that might indicate you need to seek the services of professionals who can ensure the safety of your workplace or home and carry any necessary electrical repair? An experienced electrician in Pinehurst, Texas has helped us get the answer to this question! In case your electrical circuit breakers often trip or the fuses frequently blow, you should call an electrician. Not only is it daunting to repeatedly replace fuses and reset circuit breakers, but this situation might also be a symptom of a potentially dangerous issue with one or more circuits. If you realize that your lights dim or flicker when you’re using certain appliances, it...

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BuzzMeHome – End of Your Problem of Restricted Entry to Your Apartment

Posted by on Jan 29, 2017 in Home Security | Comments Off on BuzzMeHome – End of Your Problem of Restricted Entry to Your Apartment

Do you often face the problem of giving entry to your guests to your apartment, Airbnb or condo because of the limited number of fobs of your building? Can’t enjoy a party or get-together fully because you are busy in buzzing in your guests? Not anymore! Here’s an innovative solution – a cloud-based phone number which will give access to any number of your family members, guests or roommates and you don’t have to maintain multiple heavy fobs in your pocket! It’s BuzzMeHome! What is BuzzMeHome? BuzzMeHome is a cloud-based service with which you can give automatic door entry to whatever number of other people. It allows you to control your building intercom or buzzer remotely by using access codes and you can connect to multiple phones with it. What Should I Do to Get BuzzMeHome? You just have...

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Fingerprint-based Biometric Door Lock – Things You Should Consider

Posted by on Sep 16, 2016 in Home Security | Comments Off on Fingerprint-based Biometric Door Lock – Things You Should Consider

In today’s era of increasing housebreaking and burglary incidents, more and more safety devices are being invented; but burglars are even smarter to find out ways to overcome them. In such a situation, only one solution has been found to be effective – biometric safety devices. The nature has made every human unique. Biometric devices make use of this very fact and works on differentiating real persons from fake ones from their bodily characteristics and behaviors. Biometric locks require no keys, but finger prints, retina and other bodily characteristics to unlock them. The owner’s fingerprints (or other characteristics) are stored on the lock’s sensor. When a person tries to open the lock, it scans her/his fingerprints and matches them with the owner’s fingerprints in its biostatistics data. If the print matches, only then it opens, otherwise it doesn’t, thus...

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Choosing Home Surveillance System – Important Things to Consider

Posted by on Aug 23, 2016 in Home Security | Comments Off on Choosing Home Surveillance System – Important Things to Consider

Home surveillance is not anymore exclusively for the rich. Anyone having a home, big or small, should protect it with a topnotch surveillance system. With the abundance of such products in the market, their prices have dropped considerably too, and so, homeowners with any budget can afford to have home security equipment installed for the desired peace of mind. However, the abundance of surveillance equipment as well as technological advancements have also given rise to a great diversity in these gadgets and so, consumers have a wide choice. What should you consider while buying these protective tools for your home? Here are tips shared by the experts at AA Security Solutions who can be your first choice for HD home surveillance security systems because of their first rate products and services. Types of Security Systems While starting the shopping...

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Ensure Yours and Your Family’s Safety with High Quality Storm Shelters

Posted by on Mar 11, 2016 in Home Security | Comments Off on Ensure Yours and Your Family’s Safety with High Quality Storm Shelters

March to May is a season of tornados in Oklahoma. It has been recommended in the safety guide of Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management that you should go into an underground shelter or enclosed basement if a tornado is about to arrive. However, usually suburban homes constructed in the so-called Tornado Alley lack basements because of high water tables and rocky soil that eliminate the possibility of building basement. An internal room or closet, usually advised for those who have no basements, is not actually very useful when winds and debris are extreme. Therefore Oklahoma Storm Shelters have been made necessary to be built in all new homes, which is a good move. Tornados can damage a one mile area. Some tornados can be 50 miles above ground. Tornados usually appear from 3 pm to 9 pm. Bad weather...

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