Living in an apartment can feel secure, yet it comes with a lot of the same security risks as a house. While it may not be on the top of your to-do-list, protecting your belongings, and yourself, doesn’t need to be costly. Here are some simple ways to keep your apartment secure.
There are plenty of options when it comes to securing your property’s side gate, yet they may not all suit your existing gate or situation. However, that doesn’t mean you cannot alter you gate to upgrade your security. So, what are the ways you can secure your side gate?
If you’ve recently moved into a new home the last thing you’ve probably considered is its security. However, this is the most important time to check, as it’s likely there have been many people that have lived in the home before you. This week on the blog we discuss why you should update your home [...]
For most, focussing on keeping your home safe is the number one priority, however in doing so we often neglect the security of the garage. A garage provides easy access to a home and stores expensive possessions such as your car. This week we discuss five ways to keep your garage and contents safe. Invest [...]
AirBnB is an extremely popular way to rent out property short term. However, with short term rentals comes more opportunity for break ins, lost keys and general security issues due to the constant changing of guests.
Forget the door mat, the window sill and making endless copies of keys, the key safe can ensure your home is secure, yet with the convenience of having an onsite key readily available.
Today our suburb in focus, Abbotsford, sits on the outskirts of Melbourne’s CBD and is popular with both families and creatives. It has a mix of green open spaces, access to the river and is filled with both industrial and period architecture.
Your kids may be old enough to stay home alone but that doesn’t mean you won’t worry about their safety. To ensure they’re safe when you’re out, consider putting in place the following steps.
Not every break in attempt is successful. A thief may be put off by a security light, passers-by or a car pulling into the driveway. If you suspect your home has been a target, report it to the police as soon as possible and consider upgrading your security.
It’s 2019, and your smart phone can now control most aspects of your home from your door locks, to your lighting. And the best part? There are so many home security technology options that there is something for every home, to suit every situation.