This weekend, we were thrilled to hear that a BrickHouse Security hidden camera was used to uncover a despicable case of elder abuse in the Bronx, New York.Read More →
UPDATE 11/20: Whitney will appear on ABC’s 20/20 Friday, November 21 at 10 p.m. EST. For more details click here.
We were thrilled to find the headline above posted on our Facebook wall by Arkansas mom Whitney Matney. It’s stories like Whitney’s that remind us why we got into the security business in the first place.
The young law student used a BrickHouse nanny cam to catch an allegedly abusive babysitter in the act and bring her to justice.
Whitney and her family recently appeared on the Ricki Lake Show to share their story.Read More →
Update 12/19/12: After we posted this story, we learned why NORAD had turned to Microsoft for Santa-tracking. Turns out the folks at Google Maps have created their own algorithm to track the red-suited one this Christmas Eve. Microsoft? Google? You decide. As noted below, we’ve already made our choice…
We were surprised and a little alarmed to learn that NORAD has dumped Google and switched to Microsoft’s Bing Maps to track Santa as he flies from the North Pole to homes around the world this Christmas Eve.Read More →
As the holidays rapidly approach, the young among us wait in anticipation for a red-suited man breaking into homes and leaving gifts. The wiser of us, however, should be keeping our eyes out for plainclothes burglars looking to take advantage of the season to stock up on stolen presents.Read More →
New York, NY — Jesus saves, but who’s saving Jesus? Beleaguered communities and religious institutions have reason to rejoice as BrickHouse Security, a premier online supplier of security and surveillance solutions, announced that it has resurrected its popular “Saving Jesus” program this holiday season.Read More →
We recently had Business Insider’s Kim Bhasin over for a photo tour of our corporate office and retail showroom. Kim grabbed some great shots of our products and spent a little time with our CEO Todd Morris and our marketing, tech and customer support people. Overall, we think he captured a nice slice of our fun, geeky culture.Read More →