Bay Alarm Blog

3 Main Ways to Protect Your Home from Fire

Fire preparedness is something that everyone should know, but not everyone practices. Being prepared for any size house fire is vital to the safety of your family and home. Bay Alarm can not only fulfill your home security needs, but we can also help you with your fire preparedness. In order to be equipped for […] Read More

Home Security Technology Sparks
New Generation of Latchkey Kids

Keep Your School Age Kids SafeWhen They Are Alone at Home As the excitement of summer fades and the kids head back to school, we breathe a collective sigh and look forward to the comfort of our Fall routines. The start of school also raises the inevitable question of what to do about after-school care. […] Read More

How Professionally Managed Home Security Strengthens Communities

Your home is your haven. It’s where you gather with family and friends to build lasting memories. It’s where you raise your children, where you keep your most treasured belongings and where you go to seek refuge from the world. When you put so much love and time into something, you naturally want to keep […] Read More

Bay Alarm Supports National Night Out

Bay Alarm fully supports National Night Out (NNO) and the law enforcement and safety agencies that work to protect neighborhoods and homes. We share the same mission of protecting our communities and creating safer and more caring places to live. The objective of instilling cooperation between law enforcement and the community by bridging the separation […] Read More

14 Safety Tips For Securing
Your Home While on Vacation

Summer is here and that means families will be heading out of town for weekend getaways or extended family vacations. The last thing you want to worry about is the security of your home. According to the FBI, in 2016 there were 1,515,096 burglaries in the United States. Burglars know that people are away on […] Read More

A Break-In, a Boy, and a Trumpet

Sometimes a stolen item is irreplaceable—like a precious musical instrument. And sometimes there’s a silver lining–even in the smoke-blackened skies of the North Bay Fires. It had been a tough few months for the Klein family. Tracey Klein’s parents lost their house in the fire and had moved into a trailer adjacent to the Klein’s […] Read More