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Oversharing on Social Media

We live in an age of oversharing on social media. Everything from our new cars to our holidays to our home purchases makes it onto our Twitter feeds or our Instagram grids – but just how safe is it? By documenting our every move, our every purchase, with public photo evidence, are we making ourselves more vulnerable to theft? A recent w...

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  Adding smartphone viewing capability to your existing or a proposed new home CCTV system has several clear benefits.  Most obvious is the ability to monitor its output whenever your smartphone is connected to the internet anywhere in the world. Some CCTV systems can also be adjusted remotely, including activating or deactivatin...

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Security Lighting

    Exterior lighting not only adds a touch of elegance and class to your home, but it also creates a sense of well-being and general safety to not only the homeowner but guests coming and leaving a property. A recent survey showed that homes that have security lighting are less likely to be targeted by criminals than those that don...

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Dog Theft - how to prevent your dog being stolen

The number of dogs reported lost or stolen is on the rise in the wake of the pandemic. This is a trend not just evident in Australia but across the world.  Sadly, with the pet business becoming increasingly more lucrative there is a growing market for these stolen dogs – often fuelled by unsuspecting new owners or back...

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Top Reasons to Install a Video Doorbell

Video doorbells, also known as smart doorbells, allow you to virtually answer your door from your phone or smart device. Most video doorbells have the ability to record video, receive and play audio, and notify you when someone’s nearby or has actually pressed the bell. While not the most expensive smart home device, some models are notic...

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