With all of this time spent in self-isolation, travel planning will be at the top of many people’s list of things to do when stay-at-home orders are lifted. At this moment, it might be easy to forget about securing your home.
Elizabeth Chyr and Matt Nonemacher attended the LAPD Community-Police Advisory Board (CPAB) meeting for the San Fernando Valley area on February 29th. CPAB’s are comprised of members from the various residential and business communities who live or work in a particular Los Angeles area.
Rob Bado, Regional Vice President, delivered our donation of flashing LED lights with reflectors to LAPD’s Captain Neiman. These reflectors are distributed by LAPD officers to pedestrians, cyclists and homeless people for better visibility and increased safety in the community.
A burglary is the most common threat to a home. Take the necessary precautions to keep you, your family and your home safe with these burglary tips.
Losing weight or quitting smoking typically make many New Year’s Resolution lists, but what about installing or updating your home security system? Keeping you and your family safe is definitely worth including on your list.
From all of us here at ACS Security, we wish you the very best this holiday season and all throughout the new year.
The ACS Home Security team enjoys getting together at the ACS headquarters every year to celebrate the Holidays with lots of food, a White Elephant gift exchange and lots of cheer to bring in the brand New Year! Happy Holidays from the ACS Security Team!
In late 2019, there have been at least four notable cases of hacking into do-it-yourself security systems. So you may be left wondering if your home security system is vulnerable to hackers.
Motion sensors can trigger alarms and direct the home security feed to wherever the alarm was triggered. Take the time to plan out motion sensor placement for your home, based on these helpful tips.
Community members celebrated at the Marquez Knolls Block Party on Saturday, October 26, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.