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Home Security and Safety Tips to Consider During Winter Months

The snow is falling, the sun sets early, and twinkling lights illuminate our homes and streets.  

Winter is here and that means a change in your home security strategies.  

Man with walkie talkie watching security footage

You want to keep your business safe. That means protecting your employees and your property from a variety of threats including intruders, fires, and other dangers which can threaten your well-being. 

Security camera next to a smartphone on a desk

Home security is on everyone's mind these days.  

There are many threats to your family’s security both inside and outside the home.  

business control when away from business

The reality of how we do business has changed forever.  

The global pandemic caused a massive change in our daily lives, including, and perhaps especially, how we work.  

fireplace safety protection in the holiday season

Your home and loved ones can be vulnerable to many dangers, including home fires. 

Home fires can happen at any time, but they generally increase during the fall and winter, with December and January being the peak months.

Securing Holiday Sales

The holiday season is the most profitable time for retail businesses.  

However, the increased foot traffic means that your business will also experience the highest level of employee theft and shoplifting.  

Holiday Season Security tips

Keeping your home secure is a year-round job.  

However, you might be susceptible to letting your guard down right when you are at a high risk of home invasion or theft, during the holiday season.  

A warehouse distribution center.

Black Friday and the holidays are likely the busiest time of year for your warehouse or distribution center. With thousands of orders to be filled, tons of products to move, and staff who are eager to get home to their families, security is the last thing you want to think about.  

A girl watching a baby

Home security is a big issue and the cause of much anxiety for many homeowners, especially parents. 

 

These anxieties can be exacerbated when the parents are away, and a babysitter is left in charge of the children.  

Car dealership security

When other businesses close for the day, they lock up their merchandise for safe keeping behind glass and protective metal gratings. Auto dealerships do things differently. The size of the merchandise means that the dealership’s cars and trucks are left out on the lot overnight.  

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