It is that time of year again. The trees and ground are covered with a smooth layer of white snow. The fire is going and the whole family is getting together to celebrate. Either you are staying at home and embracing winter, or you are taking that much needed vacation to somewhere warm. In both instances your safety is what is most important to us at Sentinel Alarm.
A staggering 96% of calls Police departments across the country receive are false. Home owners are charged a fine since this is a waste of Police resources. Here at Sentinel Alarm, we have developed methods to fight against the immense volume of false alarms.
As Canadians, we spend most of our year in freezing conditions. Whether you embrace the cold or not, we have to be prepared for it. If you follow these five quick tips below, there will be nothing that winter can throw at you that you will not be ready for.
In the eyes of a child, there is no night quite like Halloween. Roaming around the neighborhood dressed up with friends, filling up pillowcases worth of candy, and hoping to get that goldmine house who passes out the big chocolate bars. It is an exciting evening, however, it comes with some safety risks.
If only there was a way to remotely lock and unlock your door from the peace and serenity that is the southern French/Italian waters. Luckily for you, this technology is not only present in a sci-fi novel, Home Automation is available today! Home Automation essentially interconnects your locks, lights, thermostat, cameras, heat/water pump, security alarm system, and much more!
I'm going to make a guess that you're here because you're thinking of getting your first home alarm system. The first thing you will need to do is to decide which home security company you want to work with. You’re going to have to ask yourself “what security system is right for me? What kind of services do I want? Do I want to speak to the same person or get transferred to agents I will never see?”
You don’t see many outdoor bells anymore like these which were designed to ring in the event of an alarm being set off. In celebration of Montreal's 375 birthday, we are feeling nostalgic and looking back at Montreal's fire department and old fire alarm bells which are still in use today.
Security cameras are everywhere we go; from inside our homes, where we work and the local supermarket. They add extra security and peace of mind to our daily lives while being out of sight and out of mind for a majority of people.
But did you know even security cameras need security?