After a year of uncertainty, ever-changing rules, and differing opinions on how best to deal with the coronavirus crisis, things are beginning to get back to something resembling normality.
Thanks in no small part to the UK's incredibly impressive vaccine rollout, COVID-19 cases and deaths have dropped back to roughly the same level as last summer. So there is much to be optimistic about as another summer draws closer.
However, we are not in the clear yet. There is still a lot of work to do before we can resume life as we knew it before COVID-19 arrived in Great Britain.
So what exactly are the current COVID-19 rules? How cautious should we be now that shops, gyms and pubs have once again opened their doors? Do we still need to stay 2 metres apart?
When it comes to getting a security system installed at either your home or business by a professional security company, it's important to know that whoever is carrying the installation out is a trustworthy and certified business that possess all of the necessary and required accreditations.
Here at IDS Security Systems, we have a range of industry-recognised accreditations that prove we are a security system that you can rely on when it comes to any commercial or domestic security installations. All of which can be viewed below.
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When it comes to home security, there's no room for error. When protecting your home, you want to make sure you are getting a security system that is up to the task and won't fail at the vital moment, ensuring your home and your valuables are kept safe.
So, before going out and investing in a comprehensive security system, there are a few things that you should be looking out for that indicates whether or not the system is good enough or not.
Not sure what these things are? Don't panic, that's what this blog is here for. Here, we will run through the several components that you should seek when looking to install a quality home security system.