Many of us still rely on our home phone line for our security alarm system to function. This technology is not presently obsolete, however, more and more people are cancelling their landlines and switching to cellular monitoring for greater security and interactive features.
It is that time of year again. The trees and ground are covered with a smooth layer of white snow. The fire is going and the whole family is getting together to celebrate. Either you are staying at home and embracing winter, or you are taking that much needed vacation to somewhere warm. In both instances your safety is what is most important to us at Sentinel Alarm.
In the eyes of a child, there is no night quite like Halloween. Roaming around the neighborhood dressed up with friends, filling up pillowcases worth of candy, and hoping to get that goldmine house who passes out the big chocolate bars. It is an exciting evening, however, it comes with some safety risks.
If only there was a way to remotely lock and unlock your door from the peace and serenity that is the southern French/Italian waters. Luckily for you, this technology is not only present in a sci-fi novel, Home Automation is available today! Home Automation essentially interconnects your locks, lights, thermostat, cameras, heat/water pump, security alarm system, and much more!
I'm going to make a guess that you're here because you're thinking of getting your first home alarm system. The first thing you will need to do is to decide which home security company you want to work with. You’re going to have to ask yourself “what security system is right for me? What kind of services do I want? Do I want to speak to the same person or get transferred to agents I will never see?”
Businesses without alarms are 4.5 times more likely to be burglarized than those that do have them. But even a great alarm system won’t always stop the most tenacious burglars from trying.
The good news is, business security systems that protect retail, dealerships, schools, warehouses, construction sites, mom and pop shops, residences, and more, are evolving. And modern technology is leading to higher apprehension rates, fewer false alarms, and more comprehensive protection.
A home burglary occurs every 15 seconds in the US, but the average arrest rate for burglary is only 13 percent. It would seem that our slippery thieves are a sophisticated bunch.
The truth is, burglars are always looking for the path of least resistance. In fact, a shocking 41 percent don’t even plan their attacks —they simply look for easy targets.
Want to know what you're doing to encourage them? Here are 10 things that make your home a candidate for break-ins.