A home security system is a sound investment, and just like any other investment, it needs to be looked after to ensure that it is effective. Create a habit of maintaining your home security system and you’ll have the peace of mind knowing that you’ve created a safe environment for your family.
Here are the key maintenance tips to ensure that your home security system remains effective:
All parts of your home security system need to be inspected routinely. Go through the list of security measures installed in your home and ensure that every part is in working order. Test the equipment, fix anything that is broken and make a note of any concerns to discuss with your local residential security services.
For your convenience, here is a checklist that will help you with inspections:
|Beams and sensors|
|Glass break detectors|
Establishing the status of your home’s security system is only half of the process. Once you know your status, you need to go about updating the security measures, so you’re covered for any possible incident.
- Start with updating access permissions to remove or add access for staff members and other authorised persons to visit your home.
- Change any locks or access methods that may have been compromised by staff leaving your employment.
- Next, update and improve outdated measures by upgrading equipment.
- Finally, ensure you have the latest contact details for all emergency services. Emergency numbers should not only always be visible in case of an emergency, but also always easy to find! So, storing these contact details on your phone as well could save valuable seconds when they count the most.
Keep in Contact
Always keep in contact with your residential security services to stay updated on any potential threats, changes in contact details or developments in security measures that might be necessary to keep your home safe.
Whether you have questions on any of these tips or you’re in need of residential security services, contact TRSS Reaction for advice and/or a quote on updating the security of your home.