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If you own a home security alarm, it’s likely that it has gone off a time or two. It’s also pretty likely that you’ve frozen out of fear, thinking, “Is there actually a burglar in my house or is this just another false alarm? If there is a burglar, what should I do about it?” Don’t worry, you’re not alone! We’ve got some tips to help you keep your heart rate under control and prepare for the next time your house alarm goes off.
The FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program found that more than 2 million burglaries occurred throughout the United States and that nearly 75% of these burglaries occurred in residential properties. If millions of unlawful entries aren’t enough, here are 10 additional reasons to install a security system in your home.
Power outages are alarmingly common. One sunny and calm morning in late October, NES reported that nearly 400 customers were affected by power outages. Last summer, more than 6000 customers found themselves in the dark when a squirrel weaseled its way into a Hendersonville transformer. Whether your power outage is due to suicidal squirrels, increasingly violent storm systems, or aging infrastructures, it’s a smart practice to understand how your security system will adapt and to be prepared for potential power outages.