Archive for the ‘Home Burglary’ Category

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 to Stop Burglars From Targeting Your Home

In the United States, a burglary occurs every 26 seconds and knowing how to stop burglars from targeting your home is imperative. If your... Continue Reading

10 Tips on How to Prevent Package Theft

Especially as the holiday season approaches, how to prevent package theft when it comes to your special deliveries is something at the top of... Continue Reading

Top 10 Safest & Most Dangerous Cities in the U.S.

The Top 10 Safest and Most Dangerous Cities in America The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) reports that in 2018, the estimated violent crime... 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

Barcom Security Never Gives Up On You

When asked, most people will say they feel the safest and most comfortable when they are at home. If that safety is ever compromised,... 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

Dear Homeowners …

Dear Homeowners: It’s almost summer and that means time for vacation. I know more about your trip than anyone you talk to. How you... Continue Reading

5 Things Burglars Want in Your Home

Burglars work quickly to get your stuff. Most burglaries are over within ten minutes and can change the victims’ lives forever. Everything in your home is... Continue Reading

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