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Is Your Home a Safe Place for Your Family?

“Home is where the heart is.”

“There’s no place like home.”

These are the adages by which we have lived for generations. But when your home falls prey to intruders and the ravages of natural and man-made disasters you and your family are affected in ways that go far beyond the four walls of a house.

On a human level your house and the property that surrounds it, the assets that accompany it, are the physical containers for your family and they are replaceable. Memories, occasions, holidays, personal milestones, and daily life are the real irreplaceable things at stake when it comes to making your home safe and secure.

Solution #1: Systems and Alarms

Do you automatically think professionally installed security system when the topic of home security and burglar alarms comes up? If so, you are in company with millions of other Americans that install a comprehensive security system each year.

A number of manufacturers of such security and alarm systems have become leading national and regional providers. These companies do everything from manufacture the system components, package and install security and alarm systems, and provide 24/7/365 alarm monitoring. All have track records of system stability, reliability and their names alone serve as a criminal deterrent.

Solution #2: Home and Car Security Products

Security and safety products such as basic burglar alarm systems, door and window detectors, motion detectors and sirens, are critical components in many security systems. Find out what elements comprise a basic home burglar alarm system. And what about home safety devices and detectors? What do you really need to secure your home and keep your family safe? There are some crazy people in this world, and you need to protect your family.

Remember, your home doesn't end at the four walls of your house. Your property, including garage, outbuildings, workshop, children’s play area and car, boat, motorcycle are all extensions of “home security.” Does your security system or plans for one include these?

Solution #3: House Safety Strategies

If you go to trouble to install a security system, or carve out a weekend for a do-it-yourself home alarm project, it’s because you have imagined some of the things that could happen to your family:

Use the home safety guide as a blueprint when planning or reviewing your family’s safety strategy.

A house becomes a home—learn everything you need to know about keeping it safe from hazards and outsmarting criminals.


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