26Mar 2015

It may sound strange, but I am an experienced church goer. From my childhood roots in the Catholic Church as an alter server to playing guitar at Gator Christian Life in college, and now attending Covenant Church, I have spent a lot of time in church. Churches have changed a lot over the years. They are no longer […]

10Oct 2014
Child Saety is Important in the Home

Years ago when my son was three and my daughter was one, I had one of my biggest scares. My wife was working and I was watching the kids for the morning. We had breakfast and I told the kids to get dressed while I took a shower. Five minutes into my shower I noticed the house […]

09Oct 2014
Padlocks have a dark secret

This past month a local storage facility had 40 units robbed in one night. The location was gated and they had security cameras (that did not work), but the thought that came to my mind was the padlocks. I mean, those thieves had to get past 40 padlocks, do it quickly, and do it quietly. […]

09Oct 2014
Access Control Saves Money

When many of my clients hear “electronic access control,” they envision top secret government installations with retina scanners and voice activated x-ray doors. In reality, electronic access control is a simple method for controlling who has access to a certain area and when. Even though the initial cost of these electronic devices can sometimes be […]

08Oct 2014
An Ounce of Prevention

With the advent of the deadbolt in the 1960’s, residential burglaries began to decline and have reached a plateau in the past few years. Today, 25 percent of homes in the United States have an alarm system, not to mention reinforced glass, superior lock technology and a veritable army of private security guards watching gated […]

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