Millions of elderly people injure themselves in falls annually. Home security systems that are capable of quickly summoning emergency help may reduce the severity of their injuries, but the numbers are still pretty staggering. ...

Continue Reading
Your kids may know exactly what to do and where to go if a fire erupts at your house, but are they equipped to handle a fire emergency at their friend’s house during a sleepover? Ask the following questions to help make sure that no matter what, your kids are safe. ...

Continue Reading
“I refuse to be a stinkin’ victim. I just refuse!” In our case study series, Protect Your Home is highlighting the real-life security stories of people just like you who’ve had to deal with the unthinkable — a break-in or face-to-face encounter with a burglar. The participants are all happy customers of Protect Your Home who now relish in the peace of mind that our products and services have provided them in the wake of their security scare. We are sharing these stories not to frighten, but to educate and inform you about the feeling of safety and security that people experience after investing in an alarm system....

Continue Reading
If you’re like most Americans, your home is your biggest investment, and making the choice to sell it is a decision that you would probably weigh very carefully. It goes without saying that you’d want to earn the highest possible price for your property, and that would require your realtor to do a little marketing on your behalf. One of the most time-tested tools in your agent’s arsenal is the open house — a long-standing tradition of opening for-sale homes up to the public for viewing. While the Internet has curbed the need for open houses, seeing is still believing for some, and so the tradition continues. ...

Continue Reading
Ever wonder which everyday items could pose a risk to children? Learn about five unexpected dangers to kids in this article....

Continue Reading
Power Consumption Comparison Infographic ...

Continue Reading
With storms hitting the Midwest and the East Coast this winter, people are likely facing power outages; and the thing to keep in mind is that your typical security measures won’t necessarily be in place when those outages hit. That and power outages mean that burglars may be more likely to come to your house/apartment...

Continue Reading
There are many people that sincerely believe they don’t need home security. That is, until something unfortunate happens to their home. While a home is certainly more secure after installing a security system, such awful scenarios may have been prevented had they installeda system sooner. It doesn’t matter where you l...

Continue Reading
No home—or emergency plan for that matter—is complete without a fully stocked emergency kit. Your emergency kit should consist of useful supplies that can aid with survival in a disastrous situation. Of course, there are some i...

Continue Reading
From small apartments to mansion-style homes with ten or twenty rooms, where you dwell requires a different approach to your home protection plan. Depending on the size of your house, you might invest in different types of security systems, automatic door/window locks, motion sensors, <a href="http://www.protectyourho...

Continue Reading