Let’s be honest, the appearance of generic burglar bars is enough to deter many aesthetically-geared homeowners from buying them. Thankfully Shutterway has taken this, as well as the all-important security factor, into consideration.
Purchasing a home necessitates large financial expense with prospective buyers looking for the best deal possible. Moreover, if you’re selling your home, you know its value is key to getting it off the market quickly.
When getting an understanding of what your security should entail, it’s best to appraise it from all angles.
With school holidays on the way, it’s time to start thinking about home security for when you’re getting some much needed R&R with the family. Hitting the road for a well-deserved sojourn from life’s hustle is meant to be stress-free and rejuvenating, but for some the idea of leaving their precious home unattended is enough …
Thinking about purchasing a new home? Here are four essential security checks
Thinking about joining your neighbourhood watch? Here are five ways it can enrich your life.
Cape Town’s neighbourhood watch volunteers share important home security tips with us.
In order for neighbourhood watch members to act quickly, they need as much information from you as possible. Here’s what they want to know.
Burglar bars and security gates are often an element that home owners don’t want to spend money on, but if you decide that it’s something you need, you may want to go for the aesthetically pleasing option.
We’ve created a graph to better illustrate the steady increase in residential burglaries in the Western Cape from 2007 – 2014.