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Security Thoughts Category

Summertime Burglary Thoughts

Posted on 18 Sep 2014 In: Security Thoughts

Summertime is usually the best time to relax. However, burglars are known to be quite diligent and work hard during this season. This means that you cannot exactly relax and let your guard down, even while the sun is shining brightly and innocently. While you make the most of what is left of summer, do […]

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Great Ideas to Protect Your Business

Posted on 8 Sep 2014 In: Security Thoughts

  An estimated 30% of all recorded crime in the UK represents offences against businesses. In 18% there was a knife, in 6% a gun and 10% another form of weapon – bat or metal pipe. Figures do not show how many staff is psychologically damaged, but 14% are physically injured. RSG Security is constantly […]

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Buying or moving into a new house or upgrading you current house can be an amazing time that promises a path for new dreams, projects and future. However, this path comes with obstacles, among which are criminals who wait for opportunities to rob you of your property and plans. Although settling in your new abode […]

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Simple Ideas to Avoid Doorstep Crime

Posted on 3 Jul 2014 In: Security Thoughts

When you place that Welcome mat across your doorstep, be careful who you are actually inviting inside your house. They are named Cold callers a.k.a. Bogus callers a.k.a. Rogue traders, although they come under the guise of workers from the council, police, healthcare, market research, utility or phone companies. Their claims to “check something” can […]

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Burglary – The Four Daltons

Posted on 23 Jun 2014 In: Security Thoughts

The notorious Daltons on the loose would make any rational individual shiver. Apparently, burglars nowadays are not any less infamous, yet they generate more fear from the people for they are not simply villains of a humorous show but exist very much in a society without Lucky Luke to be the hero. Every burglar has […]

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  Statistics show that there is reasonable need to worry about the high level of burglary in the UK. Technically, a burglary occurs every 40 seconds. Consequently, several tactics to deter thieves and housebreakers are being devised. One of these tactics is the CPTED, aka Crime Prevention through Building Design, because, yes indeed, burglars are […]

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Warm spring days make open windows irresistible -especially to burglars. But closed windows do not represent a barrier to these cunning intruders anymore. They can easily use a rock or brick from your yard to break them. Although contemporary windows are usually glazed or covered in some other transparent or translucent material, even double-glazed windows […]

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Is Your Garden Shed Secure?

Posted on 3 Apr 2014 In: Security Thoughts

The idea of protecting your property is usually limited to the main building. But the outdoor structures like sheds, garages, gazebos and greenhouses also form part of your property and are certainly not overlooked by burglars. Considering their flimsy structure, it is sometimes deemed better to leave a shed unlocked rather than have it seriously […]

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Double glazed windows are designed with the aim of providing a better barrier against outside temperatures compared to single paned windows, as the two layers of glass and the buffer layer act as insulators. They are made from two panes of glass that are separated by a layer of air or gas and then sealed. […]

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Lighting involves the use of artificial light (lamps and light fixtures), and natural illumination by capturing daylight through windows, skylights or light shelves. Proper lighting can improve task performance, enhance the appearance of an area, or even have positive psychological effects on occupants. Yet, an aspect for which lighting is equally important is home security, […]

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