Updating your security system in 2015

With the New Year here, it’s time to review your home or business security system to ensure that you are using the most up-to-date technology. Protecting your home and business should be your top [...]

Protect your family, make a home security system part of your New Year’s Resolution

This New Year, instead of vowing to play more golf or clean your car (and keep it that way), better your life by improving the safety of your home and family. Taking the steps to equip your home [...]

Business security: Protection against burglary during the holidays

For those who are fortunate enough to be able to run a business, it can be demanding, exhausting and life consuming, at the best of times. Running a business is similar to a tight-rope act in [...]

Securing your home during the holiday season

With Halloween begin us, the holiday season has kicked into high gear and that means home and business owners should be on high alert for vandalism and break-ins. The holidays tend to see a spike [...]

How to keep your home safe when it gets dark earlier

While the weather may be unpredictable in New England, there are some things we can prepare for as the seasons change. One of these changes that we know will always happen around the same time of [...]

The Dangers of an Attached Garage: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in the Summer

Carbon monoxide (CO) is toxic, odorless, colorless, tasteless gas known for its ability to kill. Its earliest symptoms include severe headaches, dizziness, tiredness, and nausea, which can often [...]

Seacoast Security teams up with Rockland Kiwanis Club for Grand Raffle

One of the most influential organizations in the Midcoast Maine region is the Rockland Kiwanis Club.  Kiwanis, a global organization committed to promoting youth development and community growth, [...]

2G Sunset In Progress…

Cell phone network upgrades are common for many mobile users.  As time goes on, network technology improves and it becomes necessary to upgrade to the next available option.  From 2G, 3G, and [...]

Protecting Your Home: Dos and Don’ts of Holiday Travel

As Thanksgiving and Christmas approach, you’re probably starting to make plans to see relatives and loved ones for the holidays.  Before you pack up and leave town for a few days, remember these [...]

Alarm Data Transmissions: Avoid bad data and eliminate phone lines

Many alarm signals are transmitted to us on a VOIP (voice over IP line). Phone companies are using VOIP to be more efficient and to save money. VOIP works very well for phone conversations; [...]

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