How Home Security Fights Tri-State Area Home Invasion

Bob Gamble
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Home invasion is on the rise throughout the region, from Delaware and Pennsylvania to New Jersey and Maryland. Now is the time to make sure you and those you love have the protection of home security. Tri-State Area homeowners need the peace of mind that motion-triggered alarms and cameras provide. Here are some ways these systems can help you fight home invasion. 

1. Giving you a notice of every visitor at the door. 

Data from the U.S. Department of Justice reveals that victims of home invasion victims know the burglar roughly 30% of the time. With a smart doorbell camera, you’ll get a notice of every visitor at the door and can watch a live feed from your smartphone. If it’s someone you’re uncomfortable answering for, you can watch as they walk away from behind the security of the door. If you see that they are lingering on the porch or attempting to enter, you can make an empowered decision about whether to call the authorities. 

2. Getting help to your address when it’s needed. 

Unfortunately, there are cases where a forced entry doesn’t allow a victim time to call 911. This is especially true in cases where the victim is attacked or restrained. If your home is protected by a monitored and armed home security system, the central station will receive a signal the moment the alarm sounds. In seconds, a live security agent dispatches police to your address so you can get the help you need.

Because your alarm is verified by the central station, officers may get to your home more quickly. 

3. Granting you greater peace of mind. 

Everyone deserves to feel safe and sound in their own home. To achieve better peace of mind, Tri-State Area homeowners need home security technology on their side. To learn more about your home security options from burglar alarm systems to home video surveillance, call Security Instrument today. We look forward to helping you. 

About Security Instrument

From Fortune 500 to local SMB’s throughout the Tri-State area, Security Instrument integrates custom security systems to meet the needs of commercial clients.