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burglarIf you have ever been a victim of a burglary, then you understand the need for reliable security.  Most people only think about installing a burglar alarm after they themselves or a neighbor has been a victim.   

According to the FBI, there is a burglary every 15 seconds in the United States, which amounts to 6,000 homes being burglarized each day. Homes without a burglar alarm are more than 2 times as likely to be burglarized than homes with a burglar alarm. 

Installing a burglar alarm is one of the most effective deterrents available.  Most likely a burglar won't find your home or business an "easy target" if you have a burglar alarm.  Having a burglar alarm is important because you want to protect your family, you want to protect your property, and you want peace of mind.  Also, you can save anywhere from 10 to 20 percent off your home owner's insurance if you have a monitored burglar alarm.                                      

alarm-uiInstead have your home or business tell you what's going on the moment it happens. You can have your house or office send you a text or e-mail message automatically when there's activity that you would like to know about. Activity will even be monitored with the system is disarmed.

You can access your interactive security account through your smartphone via an app powered by Alarm.com. Everything is fully customizable. Get alerts only when you want on what you want. You will have convenience, awareness, and control at your fingertips.

Add video monitoring to your system and get an instant view into your home or business for greater peace of mind.

  • At home, use cameras inside to check up on kids, pets and visitors, or point them outside to see activity at the front door, in the driveway or in the backyard
  • At your business, set up motion-triggered recordings to ensure employees are doing what they're supposed to and keep an eye on sensitive drawers and cabinets

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There are security options available today to protect your home, family and business from intruders.  The two types of burglar alarms available are hardwired and wireless.  The perimeter of your home or business is one area that should be considered when designing a burglar alarm.  Doors leading to the exterior should be covered with a magnetic contact that will alert the system when the door has been opened.  Windows can also be covered with a magnetic contact.

The other area of concern is the interior of your home or office.  burglar_groupingMotion detectors should be placed in a central location to detect movement within a specific radius.  Glass break detectors can be placed near windows, sliding glass doors, and skylights and are a good alternative to motion detectors for people who have pets.

Effective burglar alarms should also include life safety buttons for emergencies.  These buttons should be on the keypad for children and adults to use.  By pressing the fire button, medical button, or police button the system will alert the central station to respond to that particular problem.  There is even a wireless button that you can keep with you at all times. Having a 24 hour monitored burglar alarm gives you a quick link to authorities when trouble strikes.

GE Security provides optimum security for your home or business. GE Security has operations in more than 30 countries and is represented by some of the best-known brand names for intrusion and fire detection, access and building control, video surveillance, explosive and drug detection, key management, and structured wiring.

 

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