Tag Archives: "security"

security grilles
21 Jul, 2021

Best security grilles for shops – Handy for homes too

Security is increasingly an issue of concern for homeowners, property managers and shop keepers. During Covid it was remarkable how many homeowners turned a front room into a shop. Yes, this really did happen in the most surprising places. Maybe they had a shop elsewhere but decided to also sell to their friends and neighbours […]

protecting a home from intruders
20 Jul, 2021

The best tips for securing a home from intruders

If you are a homeowner or property owner then the chances are you are at risk from intruders. Every property will experience some risk from the threat of thieves or opportunist burglars. But how do you mitigate that risk? Here are some top tips on securing a home from intruders to help you. What are […]

smart homes and smart security
13 Jul, 2019

Smart Homes and Smart Security – Good for Business

Technology for home and domestic use has continued to advance apace. This is especially true in applications for smart homes and smart security. More home are becoming ‘smart homes’ and security is often seen as more than just a burglar alarm and a housesitter. However, the benefits of a human sitter caring for pets at […]

20 Aug, 2017

Selling property – Top tips for selling your home

Selling property is a challenge, the process can be slow. There are ways to speed up the process. Check out the top tips and trending marketing techniques available from experienced estate agents and realtors. If your property remains unsold, security for homeowners can become a major issue, especially when an empty unsold property sits vulnerable […]

housesitting, house sitters
18 Feb, 2015

TOP TIPS – Away From Home For Work or a Nice Holiday? Think House-Sitters

Away From Home for a While? Need home security? House-sitters help! There will often come a time in our lives when we leave home for a few weeks, traveling off on holiday or on business, entrusting our houses to house sitters or simply leaving them empty. This can, understandably, be a rather stress-inducing process. Our […]