Lost Your House Keys? OK, What Next?

Lost Your House Keys? OK, What Next?

It’s happened to everyone at some point—returning home after a day out and realising that you have lost your house keys. Whether you neglected to bring your keys out with you in the first place, or they simply fell out of your pocket or bag whilst you were out of the house, lost house keys […] Read More...

Going away for Christmas? 3 security tips you need for your home
December 13th, 2016

Going away for Christmas? 3 security tips you need for your home

Christmas. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but also one of the most vulnerable for your property. As Christmas present budgets across the UK increase each year, so does the incentive for potential thieves to break into homes and collect valuable items from under the tree. Read More...

Halloween and Guy Fawkes Night
October 20th, 2016

Halloween and Guy Fawkes Night

Halloween is considered as one of, if not the worst day of the year for deliberate acts of vandalism. Insurance reports from previous years show home damage claims rise by 150% between Halloween and Bonfire night, while burglaries increase by 26% compared to the weekly average for the rest of the year. Read More...

CMS keeping your furry friend happy.
September 5th, 2016

CMS keeping your furry friend happy.

Cats are very territorial, so are less stressed and happier in their own environment rather than in a Cattery. A cat feeling stressed and scared will have an impact on their eating habits and may encourage bad behaviour on their return home. CMS Keyholding provides a service that feeds and checks in on your cat daily so they can stay comfortable in familiar surroundings. Read More...

Plugging A Gap: the rise in private security
April 29th, 2015

Plugging A Gap: the rise in private security

Last decade’s financial crisis has cast a campaign of austerity over the UK. Funding cuts have been imposed on nearly all public services; the police force is no exception. Being asked to do more with less is always going to cause difficulties. In fact many forces across the country – and in particular the South East – have seen the levels of on-the-street police reduced. This has led to a security gap. Read More...

The benefits of CMS Keyholding for Small & Medium Business Owners
March 31st, 2015

The benefits of CMS Keyholding for Small & Medium Business Owners

As a business owner, making sure your property and, most importantly, staff are safe is a major concern. At CMS Keyholding we offer a service to business owners to ensure that their property and its content is kept secure. The below infographic details how we can keep your business safe. Read More...

The benefits of CMS Keyholding for frequent flyers
February 24th, 2015

The benefits of CMS Keyholding for frequent flyers

If you travel a lot and are often concerned with the security of your property at home and all its contents, then perhaps CMS Keyholding would be the service for you. The below infographic details what our service entails and how this can help keep your property safe from intruders or disasters. Read More...

Rapid Response Residential Security Solutions
December 29th, 2014

Rapid Response Residential Security Solutions

At CMS Keyholding we understand the need for a speedy response to any callout. Our rapid alarm response service can lay your mind to rest and ensure that any irregularities, no matter how big or small, are investigated in a prompt and professional manner. A question we get asked a lot is, do we actually need the rapid response service? The answer is of course a resounding yes. Read More...

How Routine Security Visits Can Benefit Your Commercial Property
December 22nd, 2014

How Routine Security Visits Can Benefit Your Commercial Property

It is a well known fact that businesses and commercial properties are brimming with high value items, both tangible such as PCs and electronic equipment, and intangible items such as intellectual property and company procedures. It is also well known that commercial properties are often left unmanned for at least 10 hours or more every day thus providing burglars with an ideal time window to attempt a break-in Read More...