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How to Prepare and Protect Your Property for a Natural Disaster

Posted by Alex Godwin-Austen on June 13, 2022

Unfortunately, it's not your imagination. Natural disasters are happening more frequently. And they're causing a lot of property damage. In 2021, there were 20 events that cost almost $148 billion, the second highest in the number of events and third highest in cost to the…

4 Jobsite Security Flaws Construction Must Fix

Posted by Ryan Palmer on June 10, 2022

It's simply a matter of life and death that construction jobsites must not have any security gaps. Jobsite security weaknesses can lead to vandalism, injuries, theft, expensive project delays, and lost profits. They deal with unique security threats that few other industries…

What Can Be Done to Stop Catalytic Converter Thefts?

Posted by Robert Poe on June 9, 2022

If you could make a few thousand dollars doing something simple that only takes two minutes, would you? That's an attractive idea, right? But you wonder what's the catch. The catch is that it's catalytic converter theft. It's an illegal activity that's happening in droves…

6 Tips for Service Lane Success in Your Dealership

Posted by Robert Poe on June 8, 2022

The car shopping process has changed thanks to the shortage of new and used vehicles. The computer chip shortage has led to fewer new vehicles being produced. Because of this, people started buying used vehicles. Naturally, higher demand for pre-owned vehicles caused the price…

What Are the 4 Top Ways to Improve Warehouse Safety?

Posted by Mark Artis on June 7, 2022

Despite more companies returning back to what is the new normal, businesses and workers still feel the effects of the pandemic. Obviously, companies have a responsibility to make warehouse safety a high priority. In doing so and ensuring the safety of workers and visitors,…

How Dealerships Can Take Advantage of Big Lots with Less Inventory

Posted by Steven Mendoza on June 3, 2022

The crisis has led to a supply chain problem. The supply chain problem has led to a shortage of semiconductor chips. The lack of chips has led to a shortage of cars for sale, both new and used. As a result, automotive dealerships are struggling to fill up their lots. Having lots…

Security Threats at Food and Beverage Facility and How to Protect Against Them

Posted by James Thompson on June 2, 2022

The pandemic was hard to contend with as people worried about their families and loved one’s health and safety. Due to the stresses associated with the crisis, customers simply want to take a break from it with their favorite food and beverage. Unfortunately, many could not find…

We’re Headed to NAA Apartmentalize 2022! We Hope to See You There

Posted by Matthew Clark on June 1, 2022

Resident retention. Parking garage/lot issues. Property damage. Break-ins. Multifamily owners and operators have a lot to deal with. Whatever type of multifamily community you own or manage, Stealth Monitoring can help secure it. Our live video monitoring solution will be…