May is National Military Appreciation Month, which includes many specific days of recognition and culminates on Memorial Day, where we give pause to recognize the service and sacrifice of the many Americans who are part of our nation’s armed forces. In 2019 our affiliate branch, Hawk Security Services, partnered with the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation […]
Dogs and Home Security: 5 Ways Pooches Boost Home Safety
How often do we see dogs and home security crossover scenarios play out in pop culture? Think about the classic watch dog moment in countless movies and TV shows, where we’ve seen man’s best friend cast in a heroic, starring role.
Spring Security Tips: How To Better Secure Your Home This Season
The birds are singing and the sun is shining – Spring is definitely in the air! If you’ve had a sudden boost of energy for completing some home projects, you’re not alone.
Burn Prevention: Avoid Electrical Fires and Burns in Your Home
It’s always the right time to talk about fire safety. This year, My Alarm Center is joining the American Burn Association to dedicate a week of time for education and advocacy around fire safety and burn prevention.
Home Automation Pros and Cons: 5 Problems That Don’t Exist Anymore
In the last decade or so, home automation and smart home upgrades have become pretty commonplace. For homeowners and renters alike, it’s easier than ever to have some aspect of home automation integrated into your living space.
How Does a Motion Sensor Work: Best Placement Practices
Outside of the physical structures of your home, motion sensors are often the first line of defense for your security system. But how does a motion sensor work?
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Is Your Home Protected?
Carbon Monoxide poisoning is far more common than you might think. The colorless, odorless gas is a deadly and invisible menace.
How to Make Strong Passwords: 5 Essential Tips
As more and more aspects of our lives move to digital spaces, it’s more important than ever to make sure you are taking the right steps to protect yourself. No matter the type of online account, your first line of defense is often your login password.