If you are a pet owner in South Wales you will be aware of the worrying number of dog thefts in recent weeks. While dog thefts have always been a problem in many areas of Cardiff, it appears such activities have become more prominent during lockdown, with thieves stealing dogs to either sell on
For most, their property is their main asset. This is why ensuring it remains in a good state and retains its value is a must. Due to the importance your property plays in your financial stability, many look for ways to hike up the value of their home. One tactic in which many are
Whether you have a one-bedroom apartment in Cardiff's city centre or a large family home in the Vale of Glamorgan, keeping your home, family and belongings safe will understandably be on your radar. This is why more than 60% of homeowners decide to invest in security systems of some sort. Whether that be multi-camera
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.