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Interested in becoming a dealer / installer?

We are currently in the process of setting up our a dealer / installer network. We are looking for an array of installers that understand how our products work and integrate with your traditional wired alarm systems and who also feel comfortable offering our products on a larger scale. If you have a registered business and are interested in joining…

Protecting your home during the winter months

When it comes to home security, it’s the winter months that householders should be most wary of. Break-ins in burglary hotspots spike by over a third as the winter nights draw in and the clocks go back*. Not only is darkness a housebreaker’s best friend but one-off events like Halloween & Bonfire night bring scores of people onto the streets,…

The psychological effect of burglary on children

Burglary has a huge effect on the young and can cause them to suffer anxiety and nightmares. This is why we’re making a stand against burglary in order to protect not only our homes but also our children’s well-being. As a parent who wants to protect and reassure their children, it can be a difficult and delicate subject to deal…

Don’t let burglars ruin the bank holiday for your business

Everyone loves a bank holiday weekend. The opportunities for career criminals to target unstaffed premises are particularly high. Sadly, commercial crime is on the rise in the UK according to the latest figures*. The good news is there are lots of ways for you to boost security ahead of the May bank holidays thanks to Smart Home Alarms expert business…

Making your home secure for your baby and loved ones

The desire to protect a new baby is one of the most basic impulses humans have. And in the months before your little one is due the urge to ‘nest’ is often overwhelming. Preparing your home for a new arrival can involve everything from decorating their room and choosing new nursery furniture to buying nappies (lots of nappies) and making…

Smart innovations in Home Security

What does ‘Smart tech’ even mean? ‘Smart’ has become a buzzword over the last few years. In short it’s a term to describe the network of objects in your home that can be controlled by devices like your tablet, phone or laptop. And with a whirlwind of new, connected products being developed every day it shows no sign of stopping…

What to do if you’ve been burgled

Being the victim of a burglary is something everyone fears. And while the loss of possessions is incredibly upsetting, it’s the emotional distress of knowing that an intruder has been in your home and made you feel vulnerable that can have a lasting impact. Investing in a good, recognisable security system is enough to deter even the most committed burglar.…

82% of burglars use social media to target properties

Social media is a part of modern life with many people posting every day, but most don’t think about just who can access the information they post. It might come as a surprise to know that 82% of burglars use Facebook and Twitter to target potential properties. As experts in security, we know how burglars think and what could put…

How to keep your neighbourhood safe

For the security conscience amongst you, protecting your property and family is a number one priority. But security doesn’t stop and start at the front door, and there are ways you can help improve the safety of your whole neighbourhood. Here are some neighbourhood crime prevention tips to consider: Get to know your neighbours If you want to make your…

Increasing home security for elderly parents

Even if your elderly parents are mobile and independent, there’s still the worry they’ll be targeted by burglars simply because of their age. Elderly people are also more likely to worry about being victims of crime, experiencing increasing anxiety as they get older. In fact, a study by Age Concern found that two thirds of the 4000 people surveyed believed…