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Monthly Archives: August 2013
Chilly autumn nights can be an excellent time to light a warm, relaxing fire, which means now’s the time to make sure your fireplace and chimney are ready for the arrival of colder weather.
Many school sports teams are already practicing and preparing for the upcoming season. Parents of student athletes would be wise to not just remain on the sidelines.
Summer’s end provides an opportunity for parents to review after-school safety plans with children who may spend time home alone.
As safe and secure you may think your vauluables are, this recent story “Bling Ring II? Jewelry Missing From the Homes of Manhattan’s Elite,” is a stark reminder to do as much as you can to protect your collections.
As summer winds down, it’s time to make sure your alarm system is doing everything it can to protect your vacation home.
Luxury cars remain a prime target of vehicle theft. This article, 10 Luxury Rides That Car Thieves Love, examines which states experienced the most car theft in 2012.
In this recent news item, Thief Gets Away With Estimated $50 Million in Jewelry at a French Riviera Hotel we’re reminded that valuables and collectibles often make for lucrative crime targets.