The Complete Book of Home, Site and Office Security: Selecting, Installing and Troubleshooting Systems and Devices

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McGraw Hill Professional, Aug 16, 2006 - Architecture - 309 pages
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This is a one-stop resource for securing and protecting homes, businesses, and valuable property. Written without technical jargon, this guide focuses on choosing, installing, and troubleshooting security devices and systems and offers insider advice on starting and running a security consulting business.

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prety good book

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te book was infomative but would be better if it gave some sugestions on where to obtain equipment. Read full review


History of Loss Prevention
Strengthening Doors
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Bill Phillips is president of the International Association of Home Safety and Security Professionals. He is also the most successful author of security books ever. His best-selling The Complete Book of Locks and Locksmithing is currently in its sixth edition. Mr. Phillips also wrote McGraw-Hill's Locksmithing, part of the Craftmaster series, and The Complete Book of Electronic Security, also from McGraw-Hill. He is the author of the "Lock" article in the 1998 to 2006 editions of the World Book Encyclopedia, and has written hundreds of security-related articles for professional and general-circulation periodicals, including Keynotes, Home Mechanix (security editor), Locksmith Ledger International (contributing editor), Los Angeles Times, Consumers Digest, The National Locksmith (contributing writer), Safe and Vault Technology, Security Dealer, and many others.

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