Thursday - December 13, 2018
 

Holiday Safety Tips

November 15th, 2018

The holidays are almost here and that means we need to take safety precautions around the house to make sure everyone stays safe this holiday season. The holidays are wonderful time of year, we get together with friends and family, share a meal, good conversation and there might even be some presents. That should be safe, right? Not always, the holidays can be a dangerous time for pets, children and adults if we don’t go to extra efforts to make sure everything is in order. Here are some holiday safety tips to help you have a wonderful holiday season. Holiday Safety Tips Lights – This... Read More

Halloween Safety Tips

October 17th, 2018

Halloween is just around the corner, so now is a perfect time to remind Jacksonville residents about Halloween Safety. Whether you’re giving out treats or taking children out for trick or treating, if we all practice these Halloween safety tips we can have a safer and more enjoyable evening. General Safety Halloween takes place this year on a Wednesday, which happens to be a school night. Some communities will move the festivities to the weekend, but most neighborhoods will celebrate on October 31st. Keep this in mind when driving that evening. The days are getting darker earlier so drive... Read More

Security Guard Services in Jacksonville, FL

August 30th, 2018

At EBS Security, we’re proud to provide the highest quality security guard services in Jacksonville, FL. We provide armed and unarmed security for both home and businesses in the greater Jacksonville area. We provide security professionals for ongoing jobs such as bank security or one time functions such as a convention, large gathering or wherever you think added security might be necessary. Security Services in Jacksonville Bank Security Government Security Commercial Security Medical Facilities Security Colleges/Universities Security Real Estate Security Gated Communities Security Retail... Read More

Home Security Tips

August 15th, 2018

In many cities across the country, not just in Jacksonville, there has been an uptick in home break-ins and property theft. Scroll through any Facebook neighborhood group and you’ll see residents talking daily about a theft that happened to them. As security professionals, we see these sorts of things all the time. Car theft is on the rise as is bike theft. Garage break-ins always spike during the summer as do home break-ins. Warm weather always sees an increase in home break-in and property stolen from vehicles.  Luckily, there are several things you can do to prevent being a victim of... Read More

Strengthening Your Community

April 30th, 2018

As security providers in the Jacksonville, FL area, we know how important it is to have a thriving community. Strong and close knit communities have less crime and are safer to raise families in. Strenthening your community is a fantastic way to make your neighborhood safer, and help residents feel connected. We all know it takes a village to raise happy and healthy kids, so try some of these ways to strenthen your community and you’ll help create a thriving village for kids and adults of all ages. Strengthening Your Community Community Garden Community or co op gardens are popping up all... Read More

Spring Safety Tips for the Home

March 15th, 2018

Last week Daylight Saving Time began around the country. Hopefully by now you’ve moved all of your clocks ahead by one hour – including the car clock. In addition to changing the clocks around your home, many homeowners take this opportunity to check on their home safety features – smoke detectors, CO2 detectors, radon and their security systems. Smoke Detectors Used to be we all automatically changed the batteries in our smoke detectors but that’s not the case anymore. Now, most of us wait until the units start chirping – the sign that the battery is low and time... Read More

How to Talk to your Kids about the Recent School Shooting in Florida

February 16th, 2018

It’s becoming an all too common thing – the school shooting in Florida this week is a stark reminder that we must talk to our kids about these horrible things. It’s never easy to talk to kids about difficult topics, but when it involves their safety it’s imperitive that we do. Of course the schools will talk to the kids about the shootings and what to do in the event of a shooting at their school. Most schools have drills for this very purpose. And while it is scary for children to go through these practices, it could help save their life in the event of a real incident. But... Read More

Have a Safe and Happy New Year!

December 30th, 2017

From all of us at EBS Security, we want to wish you a Safe and Happy New Year! It has been our pleasure and privilege serving you this past year and we look forward to serving you in 2018 as well. It is also our hope that you have a safe New Year’s celebration. Whether you’re out with friends enjoying all that Jacksonville has to offer or you’re at home celebrating, be safe. New Year’s Eve is one of the most dangerous holidays because many people overindulge. Don’t be one of those people. Follow these safety tips for a safe and happy New Year’s eve celebration. Have... Read More

Holiday Security for your Small Business

December 15th, 2017

Last month we talked about home security during the holidays, and I got to thinking that many small businesses might need some helpful tips to keeping their brick and mortar business safe during the holidays. Of course some of the tips for home safety can be used for small businesses, but there are a few extra tips to keep in mind. Holiday Security for your Small Business Lights – Keeping your business well lit, inside and out, is a great way to prevent after hours break-ins. If you have a business located on a busy street with large display windows make sure they are well lit during your... Read More

Keeping Your Home and Vehicle Secure During the Holidays

November 17th, 2017

The holidays are a wonderful time spent with friends and family. The holidays are also a time when your home and car are more likely to be burglarized. Gifts are everywhere and people are out shopping and visiting friends across town or across the country – a perfect invitation for those who would steal your belongings. Don’t become a victim of these senseless crimes. You can protect your home and your car with a few common-sense tips this season. Keeping Your Home and Vehicle Secure During the Holidays Lights – Keep your home well lit when you are away. If you are gone for the evening keep... Read More