Own a Holiday Rental Property? Here Are 3 Easy Ways to Get Your Guests Inside (Without You Being There)

Posted on: 19 September 2017

Do you own a holiday home that you rent out on a short-term basis? Many people prefer to stay somewhere that feels like home as opposed to a hotel. But of course, hotels have a reception area with a staff member always available to greet guests. It's not exactly viable for you to always be available for your own guests. You have your own professional and personal commitments, and it might also be the case that your guests need to arrive late at night.
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How to Go About Glass Replacement

Posted on: 18 September 2017

One of the most annoying things as a homeowner is the sound of broken glass coming from any room in the house. This does not only leave a window fully open but also makes the house susceptible to intrusion, the lack of privacy as well as broken glass pieces which can result in severe accidents. Places such as businesses and stores cannot survive with a missing glass as burglars will take advantage of the easy access and loot from the stores.
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The Components of a Security System

Posted on: 17 September 2017

Every security system is dependent on the principle of securing the access points. For instance, phone locks are intended to deny illegal entry into the phone to access private information. The same principle applies to homes or institutions which contain valuables such as art, money, computers as well as jewelry. To keep such things safe and away from thieves, one has to install a security system which will be used to ensure that all those with dangerous and illegal intentions are kept out.
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Dealing With Sticky Locks on Your Home or Automobile

Posted on: 11 September 2017

The lock on your car or the door and windows or your home help to keep your vehicle and home safe from intruders. However, occasionally, a lock may begin to stick. When this occurs, you may notice, that it becomes increasingly difficult to turn your key in the lock. While it can be tempting to ignore this issue, it is unlikely to resolve itself and will only get worse. If you have to use an increasing amount of force to turn the key in a lock, you greatly increase the chance that the key will break in half while it is in the lock.
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