- 7 Things to do after a burglaryUpdated
- The difference between photoelectric smoke alarms and ionisation smoke alarms
- 5 Home safety tips to keep your little ones safe
- Choose the home security system that is most suitable for you
- The different types of security systems available
- The benefits of wireless security alarm systems compared to wired systems
Coming back to find your home ransacked is one of the most unsettling things that can happen, and it is not unusual to find yourself shocked and a numb. Take a minute to process what has happened and then it’s time to spring into action.
If you’ve ever shopped around for a smoke alarm, you would know that there are two main types of smoke alarm systems: ionisation smoke alarms and photoelectric smoke alarms. What are the differences between them and which is better?
Keeping track of children can be difficult at times, even when they are inside your own home! You might think that the home is the safest place for your children but in fact home injuries are a leading source of accidental death in kids.
The Australian Institute of Criminology considers household burglary to be one of the most pervasive crimes in Australia – 335,700 break-ins were reported in 2009-2010, and 36 per cent of Australians believe that their homes will be targeted by burglars i
There are a number of security options available; electronic alarms, close circuit television or CCTV, to the basic reinforced doors and windows. If you are undecided, then first you need to understand the standard components of the most popular option ie
The benefits of having a security alarm system are clear. There are many different systems available in the market and may be hard for you to find the best one. One of the first questions to ask is - a wired or wireless system?