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24 Apr

Tax Refund Home Improvements

When tax time rolls around, according to the IRS one in five of us wait to do the filing until the very last moment, even if we know we will get a refund. Each year we say we’ll do better, and each year we procrastinate. What if there were something to look forward to after […]

02 Aug

First Impressions

One of the first things you notice upon approach to a home is what it looks like from the walk up to the porch.  This is the place where first impressions are made and one of the reasons our business is named “First Impression”, because we strive to make your visitors’ first impression a memorable […]

06 Sep

Deter – Detect – Delay

Most residential burglaries are crimes of opportunity. Criminals look for easy targets where the risk of detection is low. Chances are good you can lower the burglary appeal at your home by improving security. The more you do to keep your home from looking like an easy mark, the greater your chances of avoiding a […]

06 Sep

Home Security Tips by License To Steal Author

Walter T. Shaw is considered the world’s most notorious (former) jewel thief. His long-awaited memoir, “A License To Steal,” chronicles the saga of his father, probably one of the most important inventors of our time, who was ripped off by corporate America and the mafia, and how this drove Walter himself to become one of […]

02 Sep

The ABCs of Owning a Security Screen Door

Who Recommends Security Screen Doors?   Security Professionals • The International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners rates metal doors as maximum security vs. the medium security of wood doors. Source: ISCPP Curriculum 2006 Law Enforcement Agencies • Police Departments nation-wide endorse the installation of security screen doors as a means of Target Hardening the doors […]