Canadians living in secluded, rural areas are getting serious about security—and with good reason! It’s no secret that Canadians living in secluded, rural areas are not immune to the dangers of break-ins, property damage and theft.
Here at Liberty Security, we’re excited to announce that we’re expanding into two new cities: Saskatoon, SK, and Medicine Hat, AB! If you’re new to Liberty Security, here’s a bit of background: we’re a proudly Canadian company focused on providing Smart Home automation and Business security systems to our clients.
Liberty has teamed up with Allstate Insurance Company of Canada to offer you exclusive pricing on all Liberty security and automation systems, as well as a discount on Allstate property insurance rates. Allstate customers can receive a smart home monitoring package and two free flood/freeze sensors, with the chance to upgrade their systems to include automated smart door lock, smart thermostat, garage door, light control and/or video doorbell. They can also save an additional 10% off home insurance premiums. Get your free quote today!
Every winter Canadians head south to escape the cold, leaving behind their homes for neighbours, friends or family to check in on. If you want to enjoy frozen drinks, instead of worrying about frozen pipes, then Liberty’s Smart Home and security solutions are perfect for you.
In light of Fire Prevention Week from October 8 to 14, we want to emphasize the importance of fire safety and prevention in your home. With less than three minutes from when your smoke detector goes off to evacuate your home, every second counts. Avoid the panic and stress of a household fire by having working smoke detectors, practicing your escape plan and taking the steps to prevent a fire from occurring.
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.
Liberty is excited to announce the opening of our new office in Kelowna, British Columbia. As a Canadian home security company dedicated to local residential and commercial security services, this new location allows us to better serve customers throughout the Okanagan Valley.
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.
For the third year in a row, Liberty will be featured by Canadian Business and PROFIT on the 28th annual PROFIT 500, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. Published in the October issue of Canadian Business and at PROFITguide.com, the PROFIT 500 ranks Canadian businesses by their five-year revenue growth.
After several months of planning and hard work, there are only a few days left until our golfers, sponsors and supporters all gather at The Quarry Golf Club for our Liberty Classic. Of course, all this would not be possible without the support of our many sponsors.
With our 6th Annual Liberty Classic Charity Golf Tournament around the corner, we would like to recognize and thank all of our supporters. Their generosity plays an important role in the success of our tournament. As always, all the proceeds will be going towards the Peterson Foundation For Parkinson’s and the Neurosurgery Kids Fund.
With golfers sure to work up an appetite at the 2016 Liberty Classic we are pleased to announce our Food Truck lineup at this year’s tournament. We are very excited to have some of Edmonton’s most buzzed about food trucks join us for the big day and we appreciate their support as we raise money for the Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s and the Stollery Neurosurgery Kids Fund.
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.
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!”
Red Deer, Alberta – Red Deer RCMP are seeking public assistance to identify the man who robbed the downtown 7 Eleven store shortly before 2 am on May 22.
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.