In light of the recent announcement that England will go into a second national lockdown from Thursday the 5th November until at least Wednesday 2nd December, we want to assure customers that we are operating as usual adhering to the latest government advice.
Dear Customers, As the situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to escalate, we wanted to reassure customers that we are constantly monitoring the situation and will adhere to latest Government advice.…
How secure would you say your home is? It would seem that a good number of adults in the UK are confident that their home and possessions are safe with 28% not taking any security precautions at all.
However, the stats from the Office of National Statistics say otherwise with theft rates having risen by 13% between March 2017 and March 2019. That’s why Yale’s National Home Security Month seeks to highlight how homeowners can keep their homes more secure with a different focus for each week of October.
Read on to find out more about the security issues that are being focussed on this National Home Security Month.
At Thornhill security, we are always on the lookout for new security manufacturers and products to incorporate into our ever growing range of products. Our latest offering comes from ABUS Security, a German manufacturer of a full range of commercial industrial and domestic security solutions.
We now supply the innovative ‘zolit’ master key system, find out more about ABUS Security and the products we now stock from them to benefit our customers.
Fingerprint recognition was once something of the future, but in recent years biometric technologies have slowly been making their way into our lives. Everyday devices such as iPhones are now opened with the touch of a finger. With the advancements in technology, locking systems that incorporate these technologies have become less expensive, meaning they are no longer reserved for just the elite.
In this blog post, we will look at the benefits and potential drawbacks of incorporating biometric technology into your home along with biometric technologies now available at Thornhill Security.
As part of our commitment to being at the forefront of new technologies, we now stock the Door eGuard DG8100 electronic door spy hole from Burg Wachter. This innovative product allows users to view who is outside their home on a digital screen – eliminating the struggle of traditional spyholes.
Find out more about the Door eGuard DG8100 and how it can benefit you:
Year upon year, commercial and retail industries experience the most amount of crime compared to any other sector with over 12,000 crimes reported in 2015 in the UK. This figure is far lower than previous years as many retailers have worked to improve the security of their businesses. Security is paramount to any business who wants to prevent crime against them, a break in can have devastating effects on a business and depending on the nature of the break it can compromise client confidentiality.
Thornhill security offers you peace of mind against internal and external crime in the form of the master key system
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