Aspects to Focus On When Burglar-Proofing Your Commercial Doors

Securing the doors on your commercial property is vital for the protection of your employees plus all valuables on the premises. Nonetheless, business owners tend to assume that as long as their business is located in a relatively safe neighbourhood, the only measure they have to take is to make sure the doors are lockable. In reality, any lapse in security puts your business at risk, so it does not matter where your property is located.   Read More...

Installing CCTV to Protect Your Business: 4 Things to Consider

If you are planning to install a CCTV system in your business premises, you may think that all you need to do is to bolt a few cameras to the wall, wire them up to the power supply. This is incorrect. For your CCTV system to be truly useful, you will need to put a little more thought into the set-up. Below is a guide to 4 things you should consider.   Read More...

What to Look for When Buying a CCTV Security System for Your Home

With the ease of ordering nearly everything you need for daily living online, many people have started seeking out items they would normally go to a specialty store to buy. One of these items is a CCTV security system for the home. Traditionally, you may have gone to a security store or company and been advised of every aspect of the system before buying. Now, you go online and choose based on your own criteria.   Read More...

Green Guide: 3 Natural Ways to Keep Your Home Cool without Air Con during the Australian Summer

If you're looking for ways to live a more environmentally friendly life, one of the things you can do to have a greener household is not use air conditioning. While many developed countries are moving towards reductions in refrigerants that are harmful to the environment, a lot of air con units still contain them. Even without harmful refrigerants, air conditioning uses power, thus impacting on the environment. Aside from environmental concern, air con can be costly.   Read More...

Living in a Ground Floor Flat: 5 Security Measures that Work With Your Budget

Living in a ground floor flat can be scary at times, especially if you live in an area with a lot of crime. Unfortunately, monitored security systems require a monthly fee, making them cost-prohibitive for many people, but there are a number of security measures you can invest in that don't involve recurring bills. If you want to protect your ground floor flat without ruining your budget, here are five items you should consider:   Read More...