Door and Window Sensors Protect Your Home from Break-ins

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How to Secure Windows and Doors from Burglars via Wireless Sensors Secured doors and windows serve as the front line of defense for stopping home break-ins. Whether criminals kick a door in, find the hidden key, or it was simply unlocked, just over one-third of all burglaries start with someone brazenly entering a home through…

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Self-Monitored Security Systems: Benefits of Security Cameras

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How Do Self-Monitored Home Security Systems Work? You’re out at dinner with friends and the phone vibrates. An email alert shows that a security camera has detected movement in your house—and the footage delivered to your phone shows a burglar rifling through your bedroom drawers. You immediately call the police, vastly upping the odds that…

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What is Burglary? Definition, Statistics & General Information

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Burglary Statistics and General Information Although the rate of burglary has been declining in America since the 1990s, that statistic may not be comforting if you have good reason to worry about break-ins. One of the first steps to better protect yourself from burglary is to educate yourself about it. In this article, we’ll answer…

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How Do Smart Light Bulbs Work & How Do You Use Them?

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Definitive Guide to Smart Light Bulbs As we add the term “smart home” to our collective vocabulary, we may still be left wondering how exactly smart devices work.  a smart light bulb is a light that can be controlled wirelessly through an app. Instead of having to flip a switch to send power to a…

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What to Do After Someone Breaks Into Your House

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My House Was Robbed: Now What? 7 immediate steps to take after your home was robbed It’s a nightmare we hope you never actually experience: coming home to discover that your home was robbed. Criminals rifled through your personal belongings, stole your valuables, and violated your privacy. Windows may be broken, and furniture may be…

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