Security Tips

Tips for Securing Your Multifamily Residential Laundry Room

Posted by Pearson Brock on January 18, 2020

Has any of this happened at your property?

8 Ways to Boost Construction Site Security This Winter

Posted by Blake Mitchell on December 16, 2019

Construction site security is critical year-round, but cold weather days add hazards and challenges that require countermeasures. In the wintertime, the days grow shorter and the air gets colder as night falls. Even if your site never gets ice or snow, construction workers…

How to Maintain Business Security During the Holidays

Posted by Blake Mitchell on December 13, 2019

Pumpkin spice and everything nice, mint-flavored cookies and drinks, and bright-colored lights all over town. These are just some of everyone's favorite things this time of the year. In the midst of good cheer, every company needs to think about business security as it's also…

Protect Your Apartments and Commercial Properties with These Winter Security Tips

Posted by Eric Nauta on December 11, 2019

Winter is coming. Sort of. In Texas, for example, you'll see several 40-degree days and then 60- or 70-degree temperatures for a few days. Repeat. That's the worst kind of winter because the wild swings in temperatures can do a lot of damage to apartments and commercial…

9 Things You Need to Do for Cannabis Security

Posted by Mark Mariotti on November 13, 2019

Thanks to the tricky and ever-changing regulations, running a cannabis business has unique challenges. The success of your business relies on many factors. The first of which you have already established: location. Or if you are in the process of opening a cannabis dispensary,…

6 Crime Prevention Tips That Can Help Secure Your Businesses

Posted by Rick Charney on November 7, 2019

The numbers say it all. Businesses are not doing enough in terms of crime prevention. For starters, CNBC says workplace crime costs U.S. companies $50 billion per year. It turns out that one-third of businesses fail because of workplace theft. Employee theft is also a problem as…

Construction Security: Trespassers Can Run, But They Can’t Hide from Stealth.

Posted by Kirk Biddle on August 20, 2019

Trespassing can be a gateway to vandalism, theft, and loitering. Construction sites sometimes end up with crane climbers. A trespasser who gets hurt on your property could sue your company and hold you liable. In this month’s video, two construction site trespassers tried to…

Infographic: What Are the Best Ways to Secure Your Multi-Family Residential Property?

Posted by Eric Nauta on August 8, 2019

Every 32 seconds, someone moves into an apartment. They all want a safe place to live but may not realize that apartments and condos are 85 percent more likely to be burglarized than single-family homes. This is a big issue for property management. What puts these multifamily…