Home Security Systems [infographic]

October 4, 2013 |  by  |  Crime, Health
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Imagine a world where every night whenever a family goes to bed, they press a button and 2 ton steel walls close down over their entire house; where everyone has their own personal police officer living in their basement to be sure everything is always alright; and where people are equal, thus, having nothing that others could covet. This world sounds safe, but at a very high and controlling cost.

Now imagine a world where all there is to protect a family is a small steel bar in a wooden door, or a glass window, where the police take at least 15 minutes to respond to a call, and where there are millions of men and women who do not have anything and feel the need to rob for drugs, money or sheer thrill. This world sounds more easy going, but also potentially scary.

It would be agreed that the second scenario is the world today, and everything goes alright, until something goes wrong. Luckily, with home security systems people are able to feel as if they are that much closer to existing in the top scenario. As soon as anything goes wrong in a residence the security alarm goes off, an office is called to immediately phone the police, and the criminal breaking in will generally leave from fear. Any individual who is hoping for steel doors, and in-house policemen should consider this option, because it is one of the safest and most realistic ones available.
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  • http://www.google.com/ haydesigner

    Bit of a one-sided advertisement, really.

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  • EndOfStupidity

    It must be an misunderstanding. Infographs are meant to simplify information transfer. All the one above her is a mess. It creates onøy confusion in the readres head – and when they finally sort out the key factors it’s too late.

  • George_Brown

    Home security systems are important to your home secure and protected. And with the increase in the rate of crimes in past few years it has become more important that the security systems are to be installed. There are number of security systems that one can install like monitored alarm system in which the home is being monitored 24*7, by a responsive unit and if alarm is triggered the authorities are summoned another system that one can install is motion detectors. Some might use CCTV camera to keep an eye outside area of the house.

    Reference: https://www.sxprotection.com.au/contact-us

  • Cam Cam

    I agree that home security needs to be looked at by alot of homes, but have to say I found the summary at the top the most informative!!

    Cam | Chubb Locksmiths

  • Filip Patrick

    Very useful information! If you are going to get an alarm, use the alarm! Each company has it’s strengths and weaknesses so before hopping on the bandwagon do your research!

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    Excellent compilation. The set up is very eye catching. Great job

  • Michael Boulo

    This is a very useful infographic with great stats! I really like all the tools that are provide to monitor and control properly the alarm system. My favorite section is the 10 most common mistakes that are done with home security systems. Even though it is an ad from ADT, I feel the infographic is really well done!

    http://www.allguardsystems.com/residential/burglar-alarms/