Not only do sirens send alerts to your security provider to help dispatch the necessary public safety officials to your home, they also notify anyone within earshot that something’s not right. So, when your neighbors see something amiss, an effective alarm system may incite them to inform local law enforcement as to your assailant’s description or whereabouts. However, sometimes burglars are quick enough to get away after an alarm sounds. While they might not have enough time to carry away your brand new TV, they could grab some expensive jewelry or something else valuable. So, as you can see, there are pros and cons to each side. Eric wants to delve deeper into this debate and offer more plus/minuses for you to consider. Enjoy!
Posted on Thursday, February 26th, 2015
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