Residential Security More Important Than Ever with Domestic Burglary up by 30%

Residential Security More Important Than Ever with Domestic Burglary up by 30%

Thu 15th February 2018
Statistics from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have shown that domestic burglary has risen by 30%. This, of course, raises massive concerns for our nation’s residential security and we at SmokeCloak will be looking into just how bad the situation is and what we can do to protect ourselves, our families, and our homes.
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Celebrities That Were Robbed in 2017

Celebrities That Were Robbed in 2017

Wed 7th February 2018
In terms of residential security, 2017 appeared to be the year of the celebrity break-in, with a whole host of famous faces falling afoul to this trend. We ask just who was robbed, how much was taken and how we as individuals can learn from their residential security mistakes and better protect our homes.
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Is SmokeCloak Security Fog Right for Me?

Is SmokeCloak Security Fog Right for Me?

Thu 25th January 2018
Do you want peace of mind? Are you looking for a new way to ensure that your home or business is safe and secure? Maybe you’ve encountered SmokeCloak’s security fog, and you’ve seen its many benefits, but you’re not quite sure if it’s the right choice. Here, we answer a few of our most commonly received questions, in order to ascertain whether or not SmokeCloak security fog is the right option for you.
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Business Security Systems

What security system is right for my business?

Wed 17th January 2018
Protecting your business is an important matter for everyone. You work hard on your business and the last thing you want is for someone to come and take it away. On top of this, it’s your duty to make sure that your staff are safe and protected, too. With that in mind, what is the best security system for your business type?
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Residential and Commercial Security: A 2017 Review

Residential and Commercial Security: A 2017 Review

Wed 3rd January 2018
As 2017 has reached its conclusion and a new year has begun, it’s time to look back over what the last year has meant for our residential and commercial security, from crime statistics to policing cuts, and begin to look to the future in terms of what action we as individuals can take to protect ourselves, our businesses and our families.
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