1. Fall Home Security Tips

    Fall in Memphis can still be quite warm, with temperatures in the 80s during the day, but nights can get chilly, and colder days are ahead. With the change in seasons, you should reassess your home’s security to make sure that you are protected all year long. Read on to find out how to keep your Memphis home safe this fall! Light it Up The days get shorter in the fall, which means more hours tha…Read More

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    Tips to Prepare for Time Away From Home

    It’s an exciting time: You’re thinking about picking up stakes and heading for the open road for a while! Meanwhile, you’re wrapping things up at work, getting the kids ready for time away from school (or shipping them off to a relatives for a week or two). Plus, you’ve got to board the dogs, make sure the lawn is mowed while you’re away, the list goes on and on. So how do you make sure …Read More

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    12 Reasons Burglars Will Target Your Home First

    It’s hard to stomach the idea that your own city isn’t safe. What about your neighborhood? Your street? In Memphis, one in 17 properties out of every 1,000 will experience a crime like a burglary, theft, or damage annually — according to Neighborhood Scout. What’s more, the FBI reported in 2016 an estimated 7,919,035 property crimes in the United States. Although the nation’s property cr…Read More

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    Want The Best Home Security System? Ask These 7 Questions!

    It can be tough to choose the best home security system for your Memphis home. With one in 17 properties being targeted for crimes like burglary, theft, or damage, it’s imperative that you find the perfect home monitoring system to protect your family. You will want to answer questions like: Which is the best brand? Should I hire a professional installer? Are all home security systems the same? …Read More

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    The Five Security Measures That Won’t Protect Your Home

    When it comes to keeping your home safe, you probably do your best to ensure common sense safety tips are covered, such as locking your doors at night, keeping windows closed and locked when you’re away, and other simple tasks. For many homeowners, not only do they cover the basics, they try to think of other ways they can prevent their belongings from being stolen or keep a home invasion from h…Read More