Home Security Blog

We should accept the fact that our economy is decline. People have decided to end their unemployment by stealing what they do not have and people with jobs have dealt with so many wage cuts that they no longer can afford a professional home security system. With the two situations colliding, who is to say we even live in a safe world anymore? Fortunately, not all security systems require professional installation that charge you over the top for their services and labor. There is a website that exclusively sells at home security products that you can easily install yourself. The Home Security Store can provide you with everything you need to keep your house safe from all intruders. A large budget can get you a whole surveillance system and a small budget can get you some alarms and a camera. If you think it will help protect your house, you can find it at the Home Security Store. Since they specialize in only home security products, it’s hard to stump them on a product. If the professional has it, the website… Read more

Looking for a home is much more difficult than some people make it out to be. Not only are you looking at price and how worn out the previous owner had left the house, but you are also looking at all the things that surround the house. Sometimes we do this subconsciously, but hardly anyone ever take the time out of their life to do some research on the neighborhood for the house they are going to buy. Most people just sign the check and moved in the next day. Horror movies always tell us we should never buy a house that we do not know the history of, yet they never told us we should be careful of the neighborhood where the house is. For that reason, I have decided to give some suggestions for home buyers when it comes to searching for a new home. Look at the history of the neighborhood; this means look at all the homicides reported, the robbery, the hit and runs, etc. The best way for you to get a hold of this information is if… Read more

If you live in a high crime neighborhood, you should invest in security measures for your home. Burglary and home invasion are common problems in dangerous areas. Crime-ridden neighborhoods are not always necessarily in cities anymore; crime has travelled out of urban areas and into the suburbs more and more. Houses in high crime areas are particularly vulnerable, because they're easier and quicker targets than houses in affluent, safer areas. Many people who live in unsafe areas might not have the money needed to purchase an extensive security system. However, regardless of your financial situation, home security is something you should take seriously if you are located in a dangerous neighborhood. First comes common sense. Lock your doors, and purchase a deadbolt for any doors leading outside your home. Your windows should be secured with window locks. If you live in an area with extremely high crime, you may want to consider bars for your windows. Be sure to have motion-sensor lighting for any outdoor areas. Dark areas are perfect for criminal activity, so a well-placed flood light could make all… Read more

With the continuing instability of the US economy, home security systems have become a growing priority with Americans nationwide. In order for you and your family to always feel safe and secure, having a good security system and an emergency plan to follow are imperative.  Prevention is the key where safety and security is the issue, even when you live in a good neighborhood.  Taking the primary precautions in order ensure this is your responsibility as a homeowner. With the variety of home security systems that are available today, the decision on which one to purchase and install can be a bit challenging and somewhat confusing.  There are numerous options involved when considering one of these systems so you will need to survey your home and determine what is needed to fully protect it.  Some of these security system options include: alarm systems deadbolt locks double locks fences guard dogs motion detectors video cameras window alarms wireless driveway monitors So now you can see the importance of determining what your specific needs are before purchasing and installing a quality home… Read more

Interestingly enough, statistics about home security systems are the primary reason for posting this content.  After all, some of you may already be aware of these stats and have already installed one to protect your family, home, and possessions.  However, if you are not aware of the following information, then you need to get a clue and consider installing a system so that you can have some peace of mind - whether you are home or not.  Here are 5 FAQ’s to consider where home security systems are concerned: Do insurance companies offer discounts for those homeowners who install home security systems? Yes they do, and in some cases it’s possible that you could be saving up to 10% off the current cost of your monthly homeowner’s insurance premium when you install a basic security system (possibly more if you install one that is monitored 24/7/365). What time of the day would my home most likely get burglarized?  According to the most recent statistics, properties without home security systems in place will most likely be burglarized between the hours of… Read more