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5 Security Tips for Protecting Rental Homes

On March 18, 2022, In Uncategorized,

Protecting rental property — and tenants — is a top priority for landlords, especially in high-traffic areas vulnerable to petty crime. Renters are more likely to be burgled than homeowners, which puts a spotlight on landlords to amp up their rental property security measures. Here at Wayne Alarm Systems, we’ll…

How Do Motion Sensors Work?

On February 21, 2022, In Uncategorized,

Home security is important, especially since in 2019, there were estimated to be over one million burglaries. Motion sensors are ideal to add to your home to improve security, but few people truly understand how they work. Here are some of the details you need to know about motion sensors to…

Connecting Your Home Security System to Alexa

On January 27, 2022, In Uncategorized,

One of the most important things you can do is protect your home. Ensuring your doors and windows are locked in the evening and whenever you leave the house is just the first step in protecting your space — having a home security system adds essential extra protection for your family and…

Honeywell Total Connect 2.0

On January 27, 2022, In Uncategorized,

As a homeowner, ensuring your property is protected is a priority. There are many safety measures to incorporate to ensure you and your household’s safety and complete well-being. With the help of a remote monitoring system and a reliable alarm system app, you can be notified immediately if something is…

What to do When Your Alarm Goes Off?

On January 19, 2022, In Uncategorized,

When your home alarm goes off, it can be a frightening and sometimes confusing experience. Your first instinct might be to immediately disable the alarm siren.  But, if you do this, how do you know you didn’t just disable an alarm for a burglar that might have just broken in? …

Signs of a Carbon Monoxide Leak in Your Home

On December 16, 2021, In Safety Tips,

Carbon monoxide, or CO, is a colorless, tasteless gas produced by the incomplete burning of any carbon fuels such as natural gas or liquified petroleum gas. Your heating equipment may give off trace amounts of this gas, but by design, it vents CO outside, where the gas doesn’t have the…

What is a Smart Home and Why Would I Want One?

On September 3, 2021, In Uncategorized,

There’s no question that today’s modern family moves at a pace faster than in the past.  From the more present commonality of dual income households to action packed schedules for kids activities, the typical family is stretched thin with workloads, chores, and activities.  Even the smallest improvement in efficiency makes…

10 Ways to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

On June 28, 2021, In Uncategorized,

It’s important to know the signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, but the best way to avoid exposure is to know how to prevent it from happening in the first place. In many cases, CO poisoning could have been prevented with a few easy steps. It can be tempting…

I am selling my home!

On June 25, 2021, In Uncategorized,

We are seeing a large volume of customers that are selling their homes. I thought it would be prudent to share some things that you should be thinking about in relation to your life safety system and the transfer of your account to the new owners. We have a person…

How Does My Home Security Work in a Power Outage?

On March 3, 2021, In residential security, security, surveillance,

Security systems help protect your home from break-ins and burglary, but what happens to a house alarm when the power goes out? Power outages can happen anytime. Sometimes you can plan for them, but others are without notice. Planned outages, downed power lines, car accidents, blown fuses and extreme weather…

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