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 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. 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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My kids do this funny thing where they give me all kinds of attitude in the morning while forgetting I have access to their toothbrushes while they're at school.