Opening Up – What now?

So. Here we go. As promised, Ontario is in at least a partially open state.

Ontario to reopen borders with Quebec, Manitoba as 2nd-dose bookings open in delta hot spots | CBC News

We find ourselves in a brand new position, with no road map or guidelines to follow. This is uncharted territory for our country and our health care system, and no one has any way of knowing what’s going to happen.

That’s no different than the past year and a half. We’re used to this.

The only thing we know for sure is that, soon enough, people will be headed back to the office and taking much needed vacations. If your home time is going to be reduced, it may be time to make sure your home is covered. Give us a call so we can quote that protection and at least get you an idea of how much that would cost to do.

Existing systems should be reactivated, if they were ever disconnected. If you have a system in your home let’s get it looked at to make sure it’s still in good condition.

Any reopening business should have a check done as well. Let’s check your battery and system connections to make sure the alarm is alive and well for an extended period of time.

I wish I knew how people were going to react to the return of our freedom of movement and face to face interactions. I have no idea. We do know that change is hard, and more than a few people have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. We quote for free, so if you’re curious and considering protection for what comes next, give us a call.

And if cost is a concern for you, don’t fret; we’ll work with you. Right now, security isn’t a luxury. It’s essential.

Otherwise, let’s see where this goes. We’ve learned a lot from the past year and a half. We’re looking forward to learning even more from what comes next.

You know where we are; H&B Security Centre | Facebook , Burglar Alarms, Security Systems & Surveillance | Kitchener, Waterloo ( , and over on instagram @hbsecurity5362 .

It may not be a brand new world, but it is a brand new mindset out there. You’re about to take a bunch of risks.