Liberty is honoured to continue its partnership with the Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s (PFP) for our 2017 Liberty Classic charity golf tournament. Founded by Nashville Predators advisor Brent Peterson, the PFP aims to educate and build awareness for Parkinson’s. This will be our 7th year raising money in support of Brent and his foundation.
With yearbook superlatives such as “City of Festivals” and “Best Summer City”, it’s no surprise that Edmonton is ready for the largest celebration of the decade. Not the end of the Oilers’ dry spell, but Canada’s 150th birthday! July 1st is right around the corner and it’s time to dig out your maple leaf covered board shorts. Here is a breakdown of the Canada Day events happening in and around Edmonton.
People are always trying to find ways to save money, whether it’s buying no name brands, taking shorter showers or searching through flyers for coupons. Have you ever wondered if you’re paying too much on your insurance? In our last installment of our ‘Sweet Savings’ insurance blog series, we shared ways to save on your home insurance. This time we’ll help you figure out if you’re paying for any auto insurance coverage that doesn’t apply to you.
We live in an era where technology continues to advance at an exponential rate and the world around us is becoming more connected. Nowadays, the smartphone has become the universal remote for our world and everything you need is at your fingertips. Liberty’s new and improved Liberty Live app connects you to your security system from anywhere, whether you’re at home, at work, or on vacation, right from your phone. Here is a list of some features on the Liberty Live app that will allow you to take control of your home.
Trying to save some of your hard-earned money on a well-deserved trip to Hawaii or a fancy dinner date away from your kids? We are here to help! Introducing our ‘Sweet Savings’ insurance blog series. This series is aimed towards helping you save on your insurance in ways you may not have heard before. To begin the series, here are some home insurance saving tips for home owners and those in the market to buy.
Does it feel like you’re running out of time to build the ultimate holiday experience for you and your loved ones? With only a handful of days left to do some last minute shopping, make holiday plans and attend your kids’ much anticipated Christmas concerts, greeting cards fall to the bottom of the Christmas to do list. Here are some quick and creative ideas to bring some magic back into your Christmas cards!
Carbon monoxide is an odourless, tasteless and colourless gas that can quickly become deadly if the right precautions are not taken. At this time of year it saddens us to see the numerous media stories regarding carbon monoxide poisoning. If you do not have Carbon Monoxide Sensors in your home, please consider getting them soon. If you have traditional non-monitored CO sensors in your home, please change the batteries and test them often.
It’s November, and that could only mean one thing – the holiday season is here. This means hot chocolate, Christmas decorations and Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’ around every corner. The holiday season also means spreading joy and giving back to the community. Here are some not-for-profit organizations and holiday campaigns in Edmonton looking for volunteers.
It’s safe to say that October 31st is the one day of the year your doorbell gets the most action and having a smart doorbell makes this day a little easier. Integrating your home with a video doorbell gives you more control over what happens at your front door. We’ve got you covered with two doorbell camera solutions: the Skybell Doorbell Camera and the Ring Video Doorbell.
When you need to check the weather, you open the Weather app on your phone. When you need to wake up at 7:00 AM the next day, you set 5 alarms on your phone at 6:30, 6:45, 6:50, 6:55 and 7:00. When you want to know the song that’s playing on the radio, you Shazam that bad boy. Isn’t it scary how much of our everyday lives depend on these tiny pixels on our smartphones? It’s also incredible how much more efficient we’ve become because of them. I’m going to share with you 6 useful iPhone apps you’ve probably never heard of that will change your life for the better.
With only a month and a half left of summer, now is the time to take full advantage of the warm weather and check out some of the events & festivals Edmonton has to offer. We’ve compiled our Top 10 list of Edmonton activities that are sure to leave you wishing summer would never end.
We are proud to announce that the 6th annual Liberty Classic will be moving to The Quarry Golf Club in Edmonton. The tournament has raised almost $200,000 to date and all proceeds from this year’s event will go to the Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s and the Neurosurgery Kids Fund at the Stollery Children’s Hospital.
Break out the red and white – Canada Day is just 2 days away! Celebrate Canada’s 149th birthday in Edmonton by joining in on some of the many fun family events taking place around the city. Finish the day off by watching the spectacular Canada Day fireworks finale in the river valley. Have fun, enjoy the festivities, and follow the tips below to keep you and your loved ones out of harm’s way:
June 20th marks the official start of summer, which means warm weather, camping, picnics and of course…barbecues! Summer is a time to kick back, have fun and enjoy the sun with friends and family. As always, though, safety should remain a priority. There’s a reason they say, “better safe than sorry!”
Liberty, a proud sponsor and supporter of the Neurosurgery Kids Fund (NKF) at The Stollery Children’s Hospital, is happy to announce that we will once again have the privilege of partnering with the NKF at this year’s Liberty Classic golf tournament. This will be Liberty’s third year raising money in support of the NKF and their mission to provide children with brain and spinal cord injuries world-class treatment and care.
Liberty is honoured to be the recipient of Interlogix’s prestigious 2015 Partner of the Year Award. Taylor Wolsey, National Technical Manager for Liberty, travelled to San Diego and accepted the award. Liberty was privileged to join the very best in the business at the exclusive 2016 Elevate Summit.
Did you know that April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month? Many people don’t. Although brought into the public focus by celebrities like Michael J. Fox, Johnny Cash and Muhammad Ali, Parkinson’s is still a disease with no known cause and no cure.
You shouldn’t have to arrange your life around a delivery schedule. With the Ring™ Video Doorbell, you don’t have to. Always know when your package arrives – whether you’re upstairs or across town.
Liberty is honoured to be the recipient of HomeStars’ “Best of 2016” Award for superior Security & Home Automation services in and around Calgary, Alberta. This coveted award goes to one company in each category based on thousands of reviews made by homeowners on the homestars.com website.
Liberty Security is proud to announce the opening of a new location in Red Deer, Alberta. Liberty continues to build on its commitment to establish a lasting presence and long-term customer relationships with branches and dealers across Canada.
This Valentine’s Day, treat your special someone to something a little different, something unexpected. Flowers and chocolates are nice but you’ll get more brownie points for being imaginative and thinking outside the box. Besides, it’s fun to stray from convention every now and then!
This week marks one of the longest running and most important events in Canada’s ongoing public health education efforts. Established in 1977 by the Canadian Council for Tobacco Control, National Non-Smoking Week (NNSW) has been observed for more than 30 years and continues to raise awareness about the dangers of tobacco use in both adults and children.
What are your New Year’s resolutions for 2016? If you’re like many people, you’ll go with the old standby promises to exercise more, eat less, drink less, and generally restrict your own behavior.
What if you went a different direction this year? What if, just for this one year, you focused your New Year’s resolutions on safety; for you, your home and your family? Would you be more likely to keep your New Year’s resolutions, knowing they were keeping you safe from harm?
The holidays seem to have a special way of making you feel sad if you’re alone. Maybe you’re nursing a recent breakup. Maybe you just started college and can’t afford to fly back home. Whatever the scenario, if you’re spending the holidays by yourself and it’s getting you down, here’s how to cope.
Four people were transported to hospital in critical condition last night following exposure to Carbon Monoxide in a southeast Edmonton home. Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, tasteless and odorless toxic gas. It is referred to as the silent killer, because it is not easily detected and has been known to quietly seep into the house and take people’s lives.
Entrust CEO Tilton Reed and Liberty “InTouch” Expert Brad Prince recently sat down together on the Ryan Jespersen Show to discuss the importance and potential technology has on empowering individuals with disabilities.
If you’ve been considering getting a Rottweiler, Bullmastiff or Doberman Pinscher as your sole source of home protection, you need to consider a few things first. While dogs are certainly beneficial, both for companionship and protection, they are not a viable replacement for a monitored home security system. If you aren’t convinced, here are eight reasons why your dog should not count as your main method of home security.
If you’ve seen the movie “Mean Girls,” you’ll remember that it didn’t take much for a student to end up in the “Burn Book”—the notebook where the popular clique of high school girls, “the Plastics,” jotted down horrible comments and gossip about other, mostly female students. A girl’s weight, sexual orientation, nerdiness, unfashionable clothing, or romantic interest could all make her the target of bullying by the clique.
"I have been looking into security systems for the past few years now and have been hesitant up until now. I have read reviews, talked to the door to door sales guys and have not been happy with anything that I have seen, up until now. A few weeks ago I came across a rep for Liberty Home Security, Adam Williams. We had a good conversation and I invited him to my home for a quote.
Home safes aren’t just for expensive jewels and wads of $100 bills. They can be for anything you’d be crushed about if it were stolen, lost or burnt in a fire. This could be a birthday card that your child made for you when they were five, or a photo of you and your grandmother.