One of my biggest fears (next to spiders) is home intruders. I’m not quite sure where the fear comes from, but I can remember always feeling this way. Uneasy being alone, not wanting or liking to walk around my house in the dark.. questioning things that go bump in the night. I wouldn’t say that having children intensified this fear, but when you’re a mom it’s hard not to worry more- especially with all the crazies running around today.
An easy way to alleviate, or at least lessen this fear? To get a wireless security system
With a security system, not only do you have a better chance of scaring off an intruder with the sound of the alarm, but it would contact the police instantly- and with all of that- give peace of mind.
I myself have never had my home broken into, but I know neighbors and friends who have- and I think if they had had a security system installed and armed, it may have saved them from theft.
The most i’ve ever had is pepper spray, can make you feel secure walking the streets, but not so much in your home.
The best on the market I can find for those considering getting a security system is GE Home Security. Not only has it received top consumer reviews for two years in a row- it’s cheaper than most other security systems out there.
The ‘Silver Package’ offered is free to install and 34.95 a month, and gives you a talking control panel, 10 entry points, internal siren & door chime, battery back up, one button arming, 3 window decals and a yard sign.
To walk in, arm your home in one button and feel secure is a feeling that can’t be replaced.
And if you call 877-470-2751 to order, you get two free keychain remotes (if it’s free, you know I like it!)
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