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Securing a large campground is not an easy task. Wanting to know who is on the grounds at all times to provide those who are registered a safe and enjoyable visit is something that our camp took seriously. Our blog shows you different ways to utilize security systems to help monitor the comings and goings of large open spaces that are surrounded by woods and streams. We hope that all of our trial and error will help you find the security solutions that are most beneficial for your property and suit your needs perfectly. Take your time and read through each scenario to benefit the most.

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Home Offices: Hidden Cameras To Help Keep Items Monitored And Protected
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Don’t Become A Statistic: How To Protect Your Home From Fires

Residential fires are a serious concern in the United States. According to statistics, there were over 300,000 house fires in 2015 alone. That's an alarming number of residential fires. While many of those fires were caused by wildfires, others were caused by accidents around the house. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to protect yourself, and your family, from the ravages of house fires. Here are just four of the steps you can take to prevent devastating house fires: Read More 

Reasons To Have A Professional Install Your Security System Instead Of You Doing The Work Yourself

When you're ready to invest in your family's safety by purchasing a home security system, one of the first decisions that you'll face is which system to buy. Evaluating all of the features that you find attractive is important, but you'll also need to choose whether you wish to have a professional visit your home to install the system or get a system that you can install yourself. The latter scenario can certainly be desirable, but you shouldn't automatically rush into it. Read More 

Home Offices: Hidden Cameras To Help Keep Items Monitored And Protected

Working from home is a great way to make money and set up things on your own terms. When this is the situation for your home, there is typically a home office space that is designated for your work. Along with valuables like computers and electronic hardware, the home office also contains sensitive tax information, financial documents, and personal files. To help protect your home office from snoopers or home robberies, you can get assistance from security cameras. Read More 

Tips For Maintaining The Fire Hose In Your Rental Property

Fire safety is a real concern, especially if you own a multi-story rental property. A fire hose is often a required aspect of the safety plan in this scenario, since it gives first responders and residents access to an alternative method if fire extinguishers prove ineffective. The following tips will help you ensure your hose is in good condition in case it is ever called into duty. Tip #1: Mount it appropriately Read More 

How To Set Up A Home Alarm System For Less Than $300

If you have pets, children or you live alone and want additional peace of mind when you are away from home or just sitting around watching television by yourself, an alarm system is the best option to keep you safe and worry-free. However, the cost to install a new alarm system can be prohibitive for many customers. Whether you are tech savvy or you can barely send a text on your own, you can still set up your own home alarm system for less than a few hundred dollars. Read More