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Home Protection

A burglary happens once every 15 seconds in the United States, and yet - experts say that only 14% of us have a monitored security system! There a great many misconceptions surrounding home security products that property owners may have when thinking about protection for themselves and/or their homes and businesses. Debunking at least 5 of these misconceptions is our goal today! Misconception #1 - Thinking that it won't happen to you! With a burglary happening every 15 seconds and property owners losing an average of $2000-$5000 for each burglary, it hardly seems worth the risk to NOT have some sort of protection. These difficult economical times have convinced some people that feel they have to take desperate measures to maintain themselves. Misconception #2 - Owning a Home Security System is Costly. Many people are actually surprised to find out that having a home security isn't as dear as they had thought! Many have also said that the price of peace of mind is well worth any amount that you put into home security features or products. Insurance savings can also work out in your favor. Many insurance companies will deduct a certain percentage off your current home insurance package once a home security system is installed. Misconception #3 - Paying for a Monthly Monitoring Fee for as long as you Want Home Security. There a great many ways to protect your home without being tied into contracts or monthly payments. If you're savvy you can install a home security system the DIY way. Many of these industry leading products can call you, text you, email you etc if any of the security devices in your home have been tripped and/or activated, allowing you to decide what to do about them. You could even set up a video monitoring system that would allow to you to visually (albeit remotely) check on your home. Misconception #4 - Alarm Systems and Pets Don't Mix. While it's true that larger animals such as big dogs can interfere with single beam motion sensors in and around the home, there are a great many other ways to monitor and protect your home. Dual beam motion sensors are a great way to continue to monitor your home with infrared technology without worrying about animal interference. Window and door sensors can also be a great perimeter security tool that are unaffected by animals. Misconception #5 - Installing a Home Alarm System is Complicated. This is untrue. While you may need someone to come in if you're installing a hardwired system, installing a wireless home alarm system is relatively easy. Many DIY alarm distributers will include full technical support either online or through the phone. Many also supply how to videos across several platforms.

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