EAST PROVIDENCE, RI, September 20, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Home security expert Christopher Morra
makes it his job to keep families and their homes as safe as possible. For many families, this can prove extra tricky come fall and the return of children of all ages to school. Fortunately, a recent news article
by Consumer Electronics Net discusses several ways in which parents can better ensure the safety of their children during the often hectic routines of back to school season.
"Home security often becomes less of an issue during the summer when families are home together more often," explains Christopher Morra. "When school starts, however, houses are more likely to sit empty. What's more, many children come home from school to empty houses while their parents are finishing up their work days. In these instances in particular, personal security and safety plans are a necessity."
According to the article, one important step that all parents should take to better ensure their children's safety is to determine the details of the family routine. An innovative cell phone feature allows parents to receive a text message the minute their child arrives home. This text instantly puts parents' mind at peace. Children often "forget" to let their parents know when they arrive home. This home security feature is a great solution to a parent's struggle to stay on top of their children's whereabouts.
Another groundbreaking feature putting parents' mind as ease, is the in-house security camera. Good, trustworthy babysitters are hard to come by, and this feature is a direct way to monitor your family while you are out of your home. Keep an eye on your house and children from miles away!
Parents should also make sure that their children know what to do when these routines are interrupted, says the article, including a list of emergency contacts. Children need to know who to call and where to go if something happens that may potentially compromise their safety.
The article also advises parents to create a list of rules for their children when left alone in order to keep them safe. This includes what to do if the phone or doorbell rings, how to treat the alarm system, and what usage of computers, phones, and other technology is allowed.
Finally, the article adds that automated home alarm and security systems are often of interest to many parents whose children spend prolonged time on their own during the school day. These systems, says Christopher Morra, can prove to be excellent investments for parents who are away from home and their children due to work and wish to remain updated on the safety of their families throughout the day.
As the founder, leader, and chief executive officer of his own home security company, Christopher Morra makes sure to keep up-to-date on all of the latest news and technological advancements in the home security field. He founded National Security and Fire Alarm Systems while still a teenager. More than 30 years later, Morra keeps the company running strong with a heavy emphasis on customer satisfaction. The company has even gone so far as to take actions that intentionally lost them money in order to best meet the needs of their clients. As such, they have developed a strong customer loyalty base, with most of their new customers being referred to them by older customers. Morra himself also works in his local government in order to better serve his community. For example, he helped to prevent an unnecessary tax increase that would have cost local taxpayers approximately $4 million.