When you first learn about smart home technology, it may be intimidating to think about adding these features to your home. If you have not interacted with a smart device before, it can seem like a big next step to integrate it into your home. Even more so, it may seem like a bigger challenge […]
The short answer is yes; adding a smart home security system to your home not only provides you and your family the peace of mind that your home is safe and secure at all times, it also can help you save money on your homeowner’s insurance bill. A smart home security system helps to better […]
How safe is your home? While we like to think that our home is our sanctuary, remaining lax about your home security measures is one of the biggest factors that can result in a break-in. It’s a fact: homes without a security system have a 300% or more likelihood of getting broken into.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many new challenges to our community, including an increase in theft and burglary in Connecticut. Crime dropped significantly during the lockdown, but criminal activity has since been on the rise.
Smart home automation is quickly evolving into one of the fastest, largest markets in technology and continues to grow. By 2022, the global smart home market is expected to reach a value of more than $53 billion.
More people are moving out of New York to Connecticut than ever before. In fact, data from the Postal Service shows that 5,082 New Yorkers moved to Connecticut in March 2020, compared to 1,361 in March 2019. This trend has continued into the rest of the year, with 4,017 new Connecticut residents in April, 3,777 […]
Choosing the right home surveillance and security system to keep your family safe is an important decision. With newer options on the market, such as the Ring alarm security system that boasts no contract and affordability, you may be wondering if this is the best option for your needs versus a professional security system installation. […]
Is your home ‘future proof’? With more tech-savvy features and WiFi-enabled devices in the home, we’ve become more connected than ever before. In fact, in 2019 Deloitte found that U.S. households owned an average of 11 connected devices, including seven with screens to view content. And this number of connected devices is only expected to […]
Does your place of worship have a plan for congregation members who want to attend your services but are unable to? Whether it’s from travel, sickness or the inability to leave the home, members or potential members want to hear your message, but may not be able to due to unforeseen or unchangeable circumstances.
.Safety and security shouldn’t have to be a burden for those who are attending a religious service. Unfortunately, it is a matter that needs to be diligently addressed, especially for places of worship that have become targets for acts of violence.