With the news full of the forthcoming EU referendum, I thought if would be cool to have a little voting session of our own. For the past couple of years our tag line has been Seriously Good Security For People Who Take Their Security Seriously, a bit of a tongue twister and perhaps it tries [...]
When I created the term GuardHomeSafe it was intended to be a hash tag expression that I would use on Twitter to help promote what in essence GuardHome is all about, and that is delivering peace of mind to our clients. Of course this was mainly from a perspective of how we apply attention to detail [...]
Our new tag line (above) that I recently introduced, isn’t simply a play on words. It is intended to make potential clients think seriously about making a choice if they plan to make an investment in security, because that is how security should be looked upon, as an investment. Your return on this investment is [...]
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 mandates that ALL business premises (and this care homes, guest houses etc. often referred to as HMO’s House in Multi Occupation) conduct a fire risk assessment to protect the occupants and premises against fire. So wether you run a large multi-national business or a small B&B, you are [...]
As our previous post identified, not all businesses that you deal with think that your time is valuable. At GuardHome we certainly do! How would you know this? Quite simply, it is written into our company charter that we will always give you a specific date and time for any appointments that we make with [...]
Offering our clients peace of mind by utilising the very best in security is of course our priority at GuardHome, but we can also offer so much more! Do you have an elderly relative who is becoming vulnerable or a bit forgetful? We have a range of life saving wireless sensors that take some of [...]
Another excerpt from an interview with Eric Chorley in which Eric talks about what a variety are available and how they can protect the elderly in various ways and deal with various hazards such as flooding. Why not ask Eric a question?