Many expensive gifts are exchanged around Christmas, Valentine’s day and Mother’s Day – so how do you ensure that they are suitably protected from opportunistic thieves?
Whilst crime rates have been falling over the past 20 years, there are still around 2 in every 100 households who fall victim to domestic burglary. And with 70% of these thieves gaining entry through a door, it’s worth considering how to better protect some of your more expensive and precious gifts such as jewellery, watches and laptops.
In our latest blog post, we take a look at the most commonly stolen items from homes and how you can ensure your valuables are safe.
In the last few years the number of environmentally friendly products has grown in all areas of life. It is increasingly important that we do our bit to preserve the world’s resources and minimise our impact on the environment.
This is just as true for the security industry, where manufacturer Securikey has recently launched a new range of recyclable safes. As part of our responsibility to the environment, we are proud to announce that we are now stocking the full range of Securikey recyclable safes.
Find out more about the new Securikey range, what makes it unique and what to do if you have old safe you want to get rid of in our latest blog post.
Thornhill took a trip to the Trinity College in Cambridge last week. Whilst at the venue, we installed a safe in a nearby shop – under the watchful eye of Henry VIII.
Installing a safe in a commercial property is just one way to keep money and valuables safe from intruders all the year round. Read on to find out more about how to protect your commercial premises…