Four Ways to Increase Commercial Security

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Four Ways to Increase Commercial Security

Keeping a commercial building fully protected against security threats can be challenging, but it is well worth the effort to prevent break-ins, vandalism, and other potential problems. Here are four strategies to incorporate into your security plan to protect your commercial property. Lighting Outdoor lighting is a crucial part of every well-rounded security strategy. With proper lighting, you can keep … Read More

Tip Tuesday: Four Ways to Conceal and Protect Your Valuables

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Tip Tuesday: Four Ways to Conceal and Protect Your Valuables

A break in at your home can result in losing valuables but even more important is losing your peace of mind. We like to believe that “it will never happen to us” but the truth is, it can. Help maintain your peace of mind by following these four steps to better conceal your valuables at home and protect yourself from … Read More

One Apprehended Yesterday Morning

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One Apprehended Yesterday Morning

The verification specialist was monitoring early yesterday morning when she received an alarm signal from the north storage area of a dealership in Everett. She could see a person in a hoodie walking around so she dispatched the Everett Police and advised the emergency contacts. The verification specialist could then hear police chasing people on the scanner. The emergency contact … Read More

Tip Tuesday: Why You Need a Panic Button

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Have you ever thought about adding a panic button to your business or home? They are a discreet and reliable way to keep your property safe from intruders or unauthorized persons. Panic buttons, in general, enable users under duress or in the event of an emergency to immediately and silently call for help. Also called hold-up alarms or duress alarms, … Read More

Great Success at the SNDA Convention Over the Weekend!

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SNDA

The Sonitrol National Dealers Association convention is a longstanding annual tradition that brings together Sonitrol employees from around the country. Each year, Sonitrol franchises participate in a national contest to determine the top employees in different categories. Over the weekend the 2016 convention was in Indianapolis, Indiana. We were very fortunate to win 14 awards collectively! Below are the list … Read More

Two Apprehensions in Two Days!

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Two Apprehensions in Two Days

It was late on the evening of April 9 when the operator received alarm signals from the south custodial entry of an elementary school in Tacoma. He couldn’t hear anything but notified the school patrol. The patrol reported that two people were in the school that they chased around but only caught and arrested one. Then on April 11, at … Read More

Five Reasons to Change Your Locks

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Five Reasons to Change Your Locks

Changing the locks on your doors is a small cost to help protect your family, home and valuables compared to what might happen if you don’t update them. It is one of the simplest ways to add a layer of protection but one of the most overlooked. Below are just five reasons as to why you should change your locks. … Read More

Tip Tuesday: Earthquake Safety 101

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Earthquake Safety 101

An earthquake can strike without warning, at any time. Additionally, earthquakes are the most serious hazard facing Seattle. According to an article from the LA times, people living in California and the West Coast face the highest earthquake risk. The report found that nearly half of all Americans are threatened by earthquake shakings. That equates to nearly 150 million people … Read More

One Arrested March 16

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ne Arrested March 16th

It was early in the morning when the Operator received alarm signals from a non-project organization in Monroe. She could see a person on site with a flashlight and hat going through the donation bin and proceeded to dispatch the police. A member of the police department called back to say they recovered the items taken out of the bin … Read More

Tip Tuesday: Protecting Your Home During a Remodel

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Protecting Your Home During a Remodel

When you’re looking for a contractor, plumber, painter or any other kind of repair person, it’s hard to know who to trust. Once you decide on one, then comes the task of protecting your family, home and possessions. If you’re looking to hire a professional for a home remodeling project, be sure to read these safety tips below. • Hire … Read More