Due to the number of home burglaries forever increasing in South Wales, homeowners and Landlords are exploring their home security options more than ever. With devices such as burglar alarms and CCTV cameras being hugely effective deterrents, we are now seeing more than 50% of Welsh homes taking some form of professional security measures.
If you have been keeping up with the news, you will be aware of the rise in home burglaries in Cardiff since lockdown. This has led to many homeowners looking at ways to further protect their homes, their belongings and most importantly; their families. Below, we explore the 5 steps for better security at home.
Private rental properties make up 20% of all homes in the UK. This is because the rental setup creates a way for people to have a home they want if they can’t afford or don’t want to buy one. And; from the Landlord’s point of view, renting out a house can be a rather
The home sits at the centre of family life, being the place where you and your loved ones should be able to relax and feel safe after a long day at work or school. This is why as a homeowner you will inevitably want to protect your humble abode in any way that you can,
In the world of security, things change quickly. From new technologies being developed to smart buildings boasting different types of security threats, businesses have to stay on their toes to ensure they are protecting themselves wholly. This is why as a business owner, you must stay abreast of these trends or ensure you are
The number of business burglaries in the UK increases dramatically as Christmas approaches; fact. But, it is mainly the hospitality industry that faces the brunt of this with pubs, restaurants, and nightclubs having to combat heightened security threats as Santa makes his way to town. From trade picking up and tills being full to