solutions | security tips

Below mentioned are various tips and techniques on security, including both basic and advance tips to ensure proper functioning and long life of your product. Proper usage of your product not only makes your purchase cost effective but also creates a more secured environment around you.

1
Are you planning a home improvement project this spring? Consider confining your dog or cat to a designated pet-friendly room during home improvement projects as hazards, including nails, staples, insulation and power tools can cause serious injury.
2
If you protect your home with a security system, remember to test it at least once a month, every month, to ensure the system is functioning properly.
3
Now that your dog will be outside more often in spring weather, take time to check your dog''s collar and name tag. Be sure that it’s snug but not too tight, and be sure contact information on the collar is up-to-date.
4
Families preparing for some fun in the sun this weekend should remember that babies under 6 months should be kept out of direct sunlight, under the shade of a tree, umbrella or stroller canopy.
5
Keep your kids safe around water by finding out where the water hazards in your neighborhood are. If fellow neighbors have pools or spas, let them know you have children and ask them to keep pool gates locked.
6
When having a home security system installed, a well-qualified, professional installer will always attempt to place your home alarm panel away from doors with windows, so burglars are unable to look into your home to see whether your security system is armed.
7
If you have fencing around your home or pool, make sure slats are less than 4 inches apart so a child can''t get through. If you have a chain link fence, openings should be no larger than 1¾ inches.
8
Remember to keep your home security system password and account information in a safe place the whole family has access to in case of an alarm.
9
If you have a used crib, make sure it''s safe for your infant by checking to make sure it meets current CPSC safety standards and has no loose parts or missing hardware.
10
If you know a senior whose home temperature is an issue, consider helping them take regular visits to the mall, the library or the movies as hotter days approach. Seniors especially need to remain cool during peak heat times of the day.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13