What’s On A Burglar’s Wish List?

Burglars aren’t the type to break into your house, watch some of your Netflix, and eat your snacks—they’re focused on getting in and out, fast, before someone notices. Since their primary concerns are speed and efficiency, the typical burglar will ignore your TV in favor of small and portable items—or worse, your identity.

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Saving Big on AC This Summer

A smart thermostat is equipped with a sensory system that reacts to the activity in a home and automatically adjusts itself in order to save energy. The more a smart thermostat knows, the more effective it can be at achieving this energy-saving goal.

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How Video Verification Helps False Alarm Reduction

With commercial video monitoring & verification, the monitoring station sends real-time video to your business so that an event captured on surveillance can be verified as a suspicious activity or emergency before police are called to the site. Here’s how it works.

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Residential Wifi – The Managed Wifi Experience

With the Internet being a defined necessity of residential properties, we now offer a solution to manage the health and security of our clients’ networks remotely while offering a perfect, secure WiFi experience at home.

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Moving in SoCal? Put Home Security on the Checklist

If you’re among the millions of Americans preparing for a move this spring / summer, you may have a checklist to help stay organized. If so, don’t forget to add securing your new home to the checklist. Here are some reasons why installing home security is just as important as updating the carpet and paint.

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How Young Professionals Use Home Security Today

There’s an interesting trend taking place among young professionals buying homes: turning to home security technology to complete their homeownership experience. It’s true: After the rescue dog is adopted and the furniture is purchased, home security technology is the next big priority for young homeowners.

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How Smart Homeowners Can Use their Tax Refund

If your household is expecting a windfall from Uncle Sam this year at tax time, then a home improvement project may be on the horizon. After all, the average tax refund is over $3,000; for many homeowners, this makes April home improvement season.

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Power Outages = Alarm Activations: Fact vs. Fiction

During the last storm, many of our clients experienced power outages which caused an increase in calls to our Technical Support and Central Station. Many of their questions were the same, so we thought we should do a better job communicating some important information to our valued clients should another power outage occur.

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How Alarm Signals Are Handled During A Power Outage

At home or away, we’ve got your home covered. Being in the security business for over half a century has done more than make Post Alarm one of the most reputable names in Southern California.  It has also given us distinct advantages over the competition.

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Low Tech vs. High Tech Ways To Deter Crime

As crime rates rise, you may feel like you are powerless to do anything. The following suggestions come from Post Alarm Systems. While there are no 100% guarantees, these simple precautions could prevent a crime from occurring at your house.

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