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Security Standards Explained

Security Standards Explained

Standards. All good security products have them, but what do they mean? Security standards can seem like a whole other language and can be off-putting when trying to decide what security products/devices you should have. But while you don’t need

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Top Tips for Keeping Your Smart Home Safe

Top Tips for Keeping Your Smart Home Safe

Smart home technology is continuing to move into all areas of the home, including energy efficiency, security and entertainment to name but a few, helping you to create a home that’s healthier and more convenient for you and your family.

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Top Tips for Home Security

Top Tips for Home Security

1. Be in when you’re out  One of the most important factors to consider when you’re going away for a considerable period of time is to invest in a high-quality home alarm system. With 17% of UK homeowners only having

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Home Security – Jargon Buster

Home Security – Jargon Buster

Smart Home Automation The use of electronics and internet connection to complete various household tasks. Internet of Things The Internet of Things is the catch-all term given to the growing number of household appliances that use the Internet to enhance

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Home Security Checklist

Home Security Checklist

Need help with your home security but don’t know where to start? With National Home Security Month, we’re helping you make your home your castle. We’ve compiled a simple checklist to help you identify any weak points and visualise vulnerabilities,

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Common Compliancy Questions

Common Compliancy Questions

What are the differences between the main types of locks specified in insurance policies, eg five-lever mortice deadlock, key-operated multi-point locking system, rim automatic deadlatch? And, importantly, how do you know what type of lock you have?  A five-lever mortice

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Home Security Made Simple

Home Security Made Simple

A simple way to update your home security is to upgrade your door to meet British Standards specification. All external doors should meet BS3621, which earns the recognisable Kitemark symbol if approved. This vital standard is the minimum performance required

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