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What are the common myths of home security alarm systems?

April 3, 2013 by admin  
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Please me know the common myths of home security alarm systems. Expalin 2 or 3 miths.

There are many myths about home security alarm systems.
# They’re too expensive
# They’re too hard to use
# They take too long to install etc.
To know more about the myths visit

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5 Responses to “What are the common myths of home security alarm systems?”
  1. Vandana says:

    There are many myths about home security alarm systems.
    # They’re too expensive
    # They’re too hard to use
    # They take too long to install etc.
    To know more about the myths visit
    References :
    http://www.squidoo.com/burglar-alarms-myths-and-misconceptions-busted-stay-stress-free-always

  2. BRIAN C says:

    a common myth is that they prevent break ins – in fact they often cause break ins because it looks to the outside world as though there is something to protect in th property with the security system
    References :

  3. JOSEPH says:

    Don’t believe a word of what Brian says. No burglar in his right mind would relish a loud alarm ringing in his ears while he’s emptying your house. Do they protect your house? – a little bit and you might get a small discount on your insurance. The trouble with cheap alarms is that they are often set off by a moth or a spider crawling across one of the sensors. It happens so often nobody takes much notice. If you’re not strapped for cash get a monitored alarm with a confirmed mode facility, that means that if a burglar breaks in through an un-alarmed window he can steal what he wants from that room but the moment he leaves the room to go into the rest of the house another sensor will alert the monitoring centre therefore confirming the breakin. The police are notified who say their response time is within eight minutes. Don’t think that by letting a burglar break in and stealing everything from one room is a daft alarm, it isn’t. Most rooms do not have pinchable (re-saleable) goods in them. Those that do have valuables in them have two sensors fitted – one at each side of the room. It is almost impossible for anyone to access the room without activating both sensors. I say almost – a moth could fly past one while a spider crawls across the other but they’d have to get their timing right. With these alarms you get a big, big discount off your insurance. You also get static or portable panic buttons which means if anyone undesirable forces their way in you press the button and the police are on their way. Hope this helps.
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  4. Joyous says:

    burglar alarms work, when they activate they draw attention. Don’t go for a cheap one though, you don’t want it going off all the time for no reason, otherwise your neighbours will learn to ignore them.
    References :
    http://www.burglary.co.uk

  5. Ben says:

    The commonest myths about home security alarm systems are:

    1. That they don’t prevent burglaries. They do. A house in our road has been burgled twice in the past 18 months. It’s the only street without a visible alarm system.

    2. That they cost too much to install and maintain. In the long run, then can save you money and heartache. House insurance premiums will be less, and a burglary prevented will save you the pain of losing things that may not be expensive but which are irreplaceable, like family heirlooms and items of sentimental value, not to mention the sense of violation that comes from having your home broke into.

    We’d all like to be able to spend our hard earned cash on more entertaining things but home security doesn’t have to be boring. You can secure a home using IP cameras that can be both a deterrent to burglars and vandals while at the same time recording high quality images and video of both suspicious visitors on the one hand and birds and wildlife in your garden on the other. Capturing such images and video can be controlled and managed using any web browser and the camera’s view can be seen on an app on a mobile phone while your away from your property, even on holiday.
    References :
    http://www.outdoorcamerawireless.co.uk/in-the-home-garden-driveway-or-garage/
    http://outdoorcamerawireless.com/in-the-home-garden-driveway-garage/

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