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Security tips that will help protect your property without the need for a security company

Quaint Brick House with Picket Fence

In a world where criminals are getting smarter, it’s important to have security measures in place to protect your business/property, equipment, and employees. We at PN Security believe that with professional manpower/guard patrols we are able to watch and secure your business property when you need it.

Our well-trained officers help in eliminating criminal behavior, such as robbery, vandalism, and arson. Ultimately, our guards are available to actively monitor your premises and act as a preventative measure.

Before hiring any security organization make sure they are fully insured and state license holders. Ask them a few safety questions and know about their experiences before signing any service contracts with them. Awarding them a big contract! Then make sure you ask for at least three current clients’ referrals and possibly contact those clients to verify the Security Company Service level.

Below are a couple of easy security tips that will help protect your property without the need for a security company.

Safety Tips for homes:

Use proper plants for gardening designs!

Plant your garden with the right types of trees as they act as a barrier to the protection of your home. It’s silly to think, how may my garden’s plants or trees help in protecting my home?

Here’s how it works – Plants themselves may be strategically positioned to act as are barriers. A thick hedge with tight intertwining branches makes an almost impenetrable barrier. Plants like Bromeliads, Palms, Cycads, Cactus, Succulents, Climbers, Other Shrubs, and Other Sharp Foliage Plants are some the best plants that you can plant that will protect your home in a similar way as a fence would. It is important that they are not too close to paths which you frequently walk otherwise you will get tangled or snared by the thorns all the time. Always plant them in the back in places where you think burglars are more likely to appear and hide. For added protection, a normally bland fence can be enhanced by planting a spiny climber from the list above.

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