Protecting What Matters In A Crazy World

Burglar looking in Window

To most of us, it comes as no surprise that there’s no shortage of crime in the United States. In 2014,  there were an estimated 8,277,829 property crimes reported, including burglaries, larceny-thefts, and motor vehicle thefts resulting in approximately 1,553,980 arrests. The damages of these property crimes totalled an estimated $14.3 billion in financial losses for the victims. That doesn’t even include violent crimes or drug related offenses, but it doesn’t have to, numbers like that are enough to make anyone double check their locks each night. But what would you do if someone broke in while you were home anyway? How would you respond? Did you know that most property crimes are residential and committed during the day? How about while you’re at work or gone for a week long family vacation? It’s not enough to simply lock your doors and windows anymore. Locks can be picked, windows can be broken, and you would be none the wiser until you returned giving the intruder plenty of time to make off with your valuables.

Stopping Burglars In Their Tracks

So how do you protect your home and family from these unwanted guests? It’s simple really – let us help. According to a recent study, 90% of burglars admitted to avoiding a home if they knew it was protected by an alarm system and we know we have the perfect system for you.

Oh, really? The perfect system, you say? You don’t even know what my house looks like. How could you possibly know that you have the perfect system for me?”

We get it, you’re skeptical and we can’t say we blame you, but hear us out. We’re aren’t like those other guys, you know the ones, the huge companies that want to take your credit card number over the phone and give you the exact same system that your sister’s-hairdresser’s-cousin’s-ex-wife’s-neighbor has in his house. That doesn’t make sense! You don’t even know that person. His house could be three times the size of yours or he could live in a cracker jack tin, for all you know! Unlike those other guys, we’re not in the business of the “one-size-fits-all” security system we’re in the business of making your life a little bit easier and your house a whole lot safer.

“Okay, so how does this perfect system work?”

It’s important to us that all your system needs are met, so we start by meeting you to find out what those needs are. We’ll ask questions to find out what your concerns are, what type of life you lead, whether you’re home almost every night or if you’re a frequent traveller, what type and how many pets you have, who is supposed to be in your house, and what would help make your transition home a little easier. Then we’ll get to work on designing the perfect system for you. Maybe you’re worried you’ll forget to arm your system regularly. No problem, we can set it up to make sure it arms for you every time you leave. Maybe you’re concerned that you’ll leave your lights on, your doors unlocked, or your garage door open when you leave. Again, no problem, we’ll set it up to make sure you’re covered even if you forget. Do you want to know when your children get home from school each day? How about when they leave to go play? Would you like to know who is at your door even if you’re not home? No problem. We have the solutions and we’ll design your system to do as little, or as much, as you want it to. Then, if someone does attempt to enter your home, whether you’re there or not, the local authorities will be notified immediately so the proper action can be taken.

Over 8 million crimes were committed and over 14 billion dollars was lost to the greedy hands of criminals not so very long ago. Think about that for a second. 14 billion. Can you really afford to risk being another statistic? Don’t take chances with your security by settling for a system that every ‘Joe Schmoe’ already has.

Schedule your free, no-obligation consultation with us today.

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