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How To Prevent Home Burglary While On Vacation

You deserve a peaceful, worry-free, and rejuvenating vacation from time to time. I mean, who doesn’t? Unfortunately, too many homeowners are all too quick... Continue Reading

How To Make a Garage Door More Secure

Knowing how to make a garage door more secure is a major step in keeping your entire home and belongings protected from thieves and... Continue Reading

How Do You Secure a Dog Door From An Intruder?

For pet owners with indoor/outdoor pets, installing a pet door in your home isn’t so much a convenience as it is a necessity. But... Continue Reading

Safety Tips: How to Prevent a Fire at Home

With the National Fire Protection Association estimating that nearly 400,000 house fires occur every year, it’s important to make sure you and the other... Continue Reading

Working Through The Holidays To Keep You Safe!

During this season of Thanksgiving, many of us count our blessings. At Barcom Security, we are certainly grateful for all of our amazing customers.... Continue Reading

Cause For Alarm – Fire Prevention Month

Temperatures are falling outside. That means many of us will be turning up the thermostat or setting up the fireplace inside. Some will use... Continue Reading

Things That Go Bump In The Night

Fall is here. The leaves are changing. Pumpkin spice everything has taken over store shelves and restaurant menus. And haunted houses are scaring people... Continue Reading

Barcom Security Has You Covered

Barcom Security has been a family owned and managed business for more than 40 years. Families and businesses in the Metro East area and... Continue Reading

Spread the Word, Save some Money

Talk is cheap. It can also be valuable. Word of mouth is the best way for Barcom Security to grow as a business. That’s... Continue Reading

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