With Winter here, more of us are turning up that heating in the UK’s chilliest season. For those of us lucky enough to have a fireplace, that means taking a few extra precautions to prevent the possibility of a fire in the home. Here are a few pointers for both homeowners with fireplaces and homeowners without fireplaces to enjoy a safe, warm and happy holiday season.
With summer officially at an end and the autumn equinox threatening us with falling leaves and the inclusion of a warm jacket on the morning commute, the longer nights leave ample opportunity for burglars to prey on vulnerable homes.
Taking some of these key pieces of advice will leave your property less of an easy target for opportunist thieves and ensure you, your family and your possessions stay safe over the coming winter months.
Under normal circumstances fires are not a common occurrence. They happen once in a long while and always happen to other people. This holds true until that unfortunate day when you turn out to be the “other people.” While all necessary precautions must be taken to avoid the risk of fire, additional measures need to be put in place so as to respond to any incidents of fire in your building. Installing a dedicated fire system is one of the measures that you can take to ensure you keep your home or office safe from fire. However, unlike an ordinary fire system, dedicated fire systems cost more and require greater attention and maintenance.
Any sales person will quickly tell you all the latest technological advances that are available through the intruder alarms and fire systems their company has to offer. The list of features and capabilities possessed by modern security and safety systems is quite impressive. We have systems that operate automatic audio and video whenever an intruder is detected. Others set off remote alarms, there are others that will trigger exit and entrance lock downs that hold intruders captive and so much more. Wireless burglar alarms are also becoming increasingly popular.