Friday, September 4, 2015

Surprising Facts About Residential Security

Posted by Shelly H at 3:30 AM 0 comments
Home security systems are designed to prevent a number of dangerous situations and to keep your family safe. Many people neglect to invest in security options for fear of the cost being too high. Home invasions are actually quite common and pose a plausible threat. Alarm systems can deter would-be intruders, saving you far more money and stress in the long run than the cost of a home security system.Take a look at these surprising facts about residential security if you're still on the fence

Research Shows Burglars Will Avoid Homes With Security Systems

A paper by University of North Carolina at Charlotte entitled "Understanding Decisions to Burglarize from the Offender's Perspective", along with other research, shows that home invaders will usually do surveillance ahead of time to determine if a home is monitored by a security system. Those interviewed indicated they would avoid such homes.

Burglars Usually Enter Through the Front Door

It turns out that the majority of burglars will attempt to break into a house through the front door. Thus,if they are able to see a security system through the window or notice monitoring equipment near the door in the front of the home, they will probably be deterred from their attempt.

Most Break-Ins Occur During the Day

Because the majority of people are working in the daylight hours, this is actually the time most break-ins occur. Installing surveillance equipment will allow you peace of mind to monitor the activity around your home when you are not there.

An Overwhelming Majority of Burglaries are Preventable

It's been shown that approximately 87% of break-ins could have been prevented. Having a home security system in place, along with surveillance equipment and motion detectors, can prevent home invasion or at least help lead to the burglar's apprehension.

A home security system will give you tremendous peace of mind in knowing that taking this simple measure can significantly reduce the chances of your home and family become a target for burglars. Learn more about your home monitoring options in order to determine the best types of security for your needs and budget.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

The Last Man on Earth - Complete First Season on DVD September 22

Posted by Shelly H at 12:00 PM 0 comments
How many of you are fans of the television show called "The Last Man on Earth?" If so, I've got some DVD release information for all of you. The complete first season is coming to DVD on September 22nd, 2015. Here's more info about it.

NOMINATED FOR FOUR PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS INCLUDING OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN COMEDY SERIES FOR WILL FORTE, THE OUTRAGEOUS COMEDY ARRIVES ON DVD SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2015.

“The Last Man on Earth” Season One

The year is 2020, and after a deadly virus has swept the planet, only one man is left on earth:
Phil Miller (Will Forte). He used to be just an average guy who loved his family and hated his job. Now, in his RV, Phil searches the country for other survivors. He has traveled to every city, every town and every outpost in the United States, Mexico and Canada, and has found no one. As he returns to his hometown of Tucson, Phil comes to the painful realization that he is almost certainly the last living being on the face of the earth. All he wants is for someone – anyone – to find him in Tucson – preferably a woman.

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Things to Consider When Starting a Food Cart Business

Posted by Shelly H at 11:14 AM 0 comments
If you live or work in a big city, you see food carts every day of your life. Have you ever thought of running your own business selling hot dogs or other foods from your own food cart? If you have, there are some things you will need to consider. Obviously, the location of your cart will be quite important. However, the type of cart you purchase will also be significant. Some carts are capable of holding more food, but they cost more than the smaller carts. If you are interested in purchasing a food cart, here are some of the places you will be able to find some.

1. Look in classified ads

Many people buy their food carts secondhand. The obvious advantage to this is the cart will be a lot cheaper than if you buy it brand new. It is also possible to find some beautiful carts secondhand that have been discontinued. The drawback is that you have no protection after you buy the cart. There will be no warranty if you have a serious issue with the cart that needs to be repaired. This is a very important thing that you need to think about.

2. Internet food cart retailers

There are stores that are found online where you can buy not only food carts, buy a food court kiosk. All Star Carts and Vehicles is an example of a company that has been supplying a wide range of food carts and kiosks for many years. Their reputation in the industry is unmatched. Be sure to look very closely at all the features that the food cart has before you buy it. Have a thorough understanding of everything the cart can and can't do will help you to make a decision regarding which ones to buy.

3. Auction sites

Along with classified ads, you can also visit some of the auction sites that are all over the Internet. Some carts you may have to bid in a normal auction if you have a shot at owning them. Other carts will have a buy it now price. This will allow you to buy the cart immediately without getting involved in any auction as well. If you do plan on bidding on a food cart, be aware of what your financial limitations are. Don't bid more than what you feel the cart is legitimately worth. If the bidding gets too high, move on to a different cart.
 
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