Life Safety

Facts on Flooding in San Joaquin Valley

There are extreme flood conditions throughout the San Joaquin Valley this year, including in Kern County. Alarm companies like ours are committed to educating the public on the increasingly severe flooding in the area. Here is information you need to educate yourself on the conditions and protect your property from flood damage. 

Tips to Prevent Identity Theft, Part 2

The data on identity theft patterns of 2022 is slowly trickling in, and it reveals what consumers should look out for in 2023. As one of the most trusted security companies in Bakersfield, Secure Systems has the information you need. Here are more tips to fight against identity theft in the coming year. 

Tips to Prevent Identity Theft, Part 1

Every year, the number of Americans who experience identity theft rises. According to the most recently available statistics*, the number of Americans who are affected by some form of identity theft is now 42 million per year, suffering over $52 billion in losses. As one of the best known security companies in Bakersfield, CA, we are often asked to provide tips on preventing identity theft. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to help protect yourself from this devastating crime. Here are some first steps you can take to reduce your risk of being victimized. 

Kern County Fire Prevention Tips as California Wildfire Season Concludes

According to the experts at CalFire, California fire season is “not even close” to being over with. We need more than a few September showers to keep fires to a minimum in October, especially considering that some of the most damaging California wildfires in history have happened in the autumn months. With that in mind, here are some tips to reduce your risk of sustaining losses to wildfire. 

Tips for Weathering the Heat Wave in Kern County

Tips for Weathering the Heat Wave in Kern County

You’ve heard about heat waves happening all over the continent, and there’s a forecast that the third heat wave of the summer is underway in Kern County. As you may recall, the hottest day of the year in Kern County was 110 degrees on July 17th — and now, the excessive heat warning projects a high of 105 degrees as our kids are preparing to go back to school.