5 Tips to Make Moving Easier

Moving is chaotic. There’s a lot to get done, and a lot to organize. But with a little foresight, it doesn’t have to be a hectic affair. Here are five helpful tips you can use to ease your transition from one home to another. 1. Prepare to handle with care



Home and Away Mode 101

Homes need different things at different times. Winter? Heat on, windows closed. Summer? Fan on, windows wide open. Your home is flexible enough to handle all kinds of situations, with a little help. Your SimpliSafe is flexible, too. No one's home? Put your system in Away Mode to lock everything down. People cozy inside? Time for Home Mode! It protects the perimeter but makes sure you don't trigger the alarm.



The 4 Best Times to Change Your Door Locks

When was the last time you changed your locks? You're probably due for a visit from the locksmith. Your home security will thank you.



Moving Soon? Here's a Guide to Protect Your Valuables

Moving is chaotic. There’s a lot to get done. A lot to organize. And on top of that, thieves take advantage of movers. Nothing says “Valuables in here!” like a big moving truck. So if you’re moving soon, here are some helpful tips you can use to protect and keep track of all of your things. And be sure to give SimpliSafe a call to let us know if you're moving at 1 (888) 692-0229.



SimpliSafe for Seniors: Keeping Mom and Dad Safe

We don't need to tell you that you want to protect your family, but sometimes your family isn't all under one roof. Have you considered SimpliSafe for your parents?



Securing Your Vacation Home

Do you have a second home that's empty for most of the year? How do you know what's going on when you're not there? Read SimpliSafe's tips to protecting your vacation home.



Safety for Cyclists: Tips for Biking Safely

Safety isn't limited to your home. And though your Base Station might not fit on your bicycle, we've compiled some SimpliSafe-approved bike safety tips for you!



To and From School: Getting There Safely

Whether they are walking, biking, or getting on the bus, talk to your children about how to stay safe on their way to and from school. We've compiled a checklist of the most important safety tips to keep in mind!



Room By Room Safety: The Garage

In our next Room by Room Safety, we go over tips to keep your garage safe from the elements and from burglars.



How to Reach Out to Your Neighbors and Build Community

It's time to step out your front door and meet your neighbors. Becoming friendly with your neighbors is one of the most important things you can do to protect your home and keep your community safe.