Friday, July 31, 2009

10 Ways to Help Secure Your Home From Burglars

By Rob Lederman

Monitored alarm system When the alarm sounds someone will call the police and dispatch them to your house.

Two-way voice verification By speaking directly to the monitoring station in an emergency, this tool gets you the quickest police response possible. Its like on-star for your home.

Auto arm With this feature, your security system can be set to turn on at a specific time, in case someone forgets to activate it.

Latch-key ability Designed for school aged children. When a child comes home and turns the security system off, it will text or email a notification.

Cell back-up service If the phone line is taken out, this will send cellular signals to the monitoring station so you are still protected.

Surveillance systems Proven Security can install cameras on homes or businesses that can record up to a month at a time, have Internet access, and burn onto a disc if required.

Night vision and customizable cameras. Lederman says there is a camera for any application a customer could possibly want.

Covert surveillance With the ability to hide chip cameras in fire alarms, clocks, motion detectors, or anything the customer desires, your house will be protected without anyone noticing.

Intercoms with buzz in Dont let anybody pass your front gate without speaking to them 1st. This device is most effective when used along with a camera.

Proven Security Solutions systems are completely customizable Whatever the customer wants, they can get.

Install a stockade fence. Any obstacle that gets in the way may send the intruder to the next house.

1 out of every 5 homes will experience a break-in or house invasion, according to a United States Department of Justice report. According to the FBIs Crime in the US report, 98,508 Ohio homes were burglarized in 2007. Those are some frightening statistics; thankfully, homeowners can take precautionary measures to protect themselves, their families, and their property.

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