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How Can I Improve Security for My Business?

In today's rapidly evolving world, where risks are on the rise, ensuring the security of your business has become an indispensable cornerstone for long-term success.…

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What is Lock Bumping? 

As a trusted security company, Phil & Son, Inc. prides itself on providing valuable information to homeowners looking to secure their homes against unwanted intrusions.…

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What should you look for in a home security system?

In today's uncertain world, ensuring the safety and security of your home has become more important than ever. With the rise in crime rates, it…

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Ways to Prevent False Alarms with Your Security System

Anytime your security system alarm goes off, it is unnerving - especially if you are not at home to check out the situation. When it…

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How to Prevent Break-Ins

It is a very scary thought: Your home being breached by a stranger who will invade your personal space and take your stuff. No one…

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Do Alarm Systems Increase the Value of Your Home?

When you think of a home alarm system, what words come to mind? Safety, security, family and protection are more than likely what pops into…

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Home Security Tips to Teach Your Children

Making home security a family affair will help teach your children how to stay safe at a young age. We have compiled some ideas to…

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Video Surveillance Security Tips For Businesses

Video surveillance is part of all aspects of our lives. As a business owner, you rely on your surveillance system to help keep your property,…

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How to Protect Your Jewelry Store from Theft

Theft and loss of merchandise or supplies is a concern no matter what type of business you own, but as a jewelry store owner, you…

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