If you’re a Guardian customer and planning a move, this blog post is for you! We want to make sure you get everything you need for a seamless move of everything including your home security services. Make sure that you notify us of your move date as soon as you know it. Your alarm will continue to transmit signals if you move without notifying us … Continue reading Moving with Guardian
As temperatures rise across the country, it can be tempting to blast the air conditioner all day, every day. This move could cost you hundreds of dollars and it just doesn’t seem worth it despite how uncomfortable your home becomes. Instead of choosing between spending a lot of money or being toasty all summer long, take some proactive steps to keep your home cooler. Block … Continue reading Keep it Cool Without Breaking Your Budget
At this stage in building your home, Guardian is putting together all the background work that is needed to make sure your new technology works together. When it’s finally time to move in, you will be ready to connect whatever services you chose including home security, high speed internet, digital audio, high definition TV and more. Our process ensures that all your technology choices are … Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About the Prewire Process
Home should be a place where you feel safe, but unfortunately it can be full of hazards you’ve never considered. It is estimated that 28.1 million emergency room visits are caused by unintentional injuries each year and result in 136,053 deaths. Of the top seven causes of unintentional injury and death, five could occur in your home. What are the top seven causes of unintentional … Continue reading Home Safety: Time Is of the Essence
Summer time is getting closer, and a lot of people are firing up their grills! But, grills are a serious fire hazard because they become so hot, they can burn you; plus, if they are placed too close to anything flammable, they can ignite it. May is National BBQ Month and Memorial Day is often the beginning of picnic and BBQ season. If you plan … Continue reading Have A Safe BBQ
As you’re getting your lawn ready for summer, make sure that the answer to each of the following questions is not “yes”. If your yard has any of these risk factors, you should consider beefing up your security: Do you have a spare key hiding under a rock? Do you have a large amount of lawn furniture left out all summer long? Do you sometimes … Continue reading Is Your Lawn a Security Risk?
You’ve probably spent time making your home look appealing, but how often have you considered what your house looks like to a potential burglar? It’s possible that you don’t even know that your home looks like an easy target! We have some suggestions for you to address this issue. One of the most important things you can do is make sure that potential burglars don’t … Continue reading Does Your Home Look Like An Easy Target?
With spring comes the opportunity to open your windows and get some fresh air flowing through your house. If you live in a climate that has cold winters, getting to open up the windows again can be a nice treat and a sign of spring. National Window Safety Week, recognized from April 5-11, is a time set aside by the National Safety Council to make … Continue reading Top 4 Areas of Window Safety
Do you hate April Fools Day? Want to avoid being pranked by your family in your own home? Are you trying to pull an epic prank without getting caught? Put your smart home security devices to work to make sure you don’t get caught unaware in your home. Ding Dong Ditch? Don’t let it happen! Use your HD Video Doorbell to make sure that you … Continue reading Don’t get Caught by an April Fools Day Prank
In the midwinter, you might feel like most of your home maintenance and improvement tasks are on hold. But now, since your home has survived the first half of the winter season, there is some maintenance you can do to keep it in tip top shape. It will also keep you from having as much work to do in spring! Here are some things that … Continue reading Midwinter Checklist