21 April 2012

Security at Home

When we moved into our home, my husband said we needed to get a security system installed. 

He felt family security was the most important thing we could do for our home, before we could do any other projects.  He reminded me that he'd be deploying the next year and wanted the peace of mind that we'd be safe, in our home.

So, I searched the net, researching sites, like homesecurityfamily.com, and systems and found ADT to be the best option out there.   I set it up with the company and got-the-job-done.  The system was installed by a very helpful, knowledgeable guy: doors, windows, motion sensors, smoke alarms, the works, and let me tell you, I am SO happy we did it.

Horatio has been gone for nearly 17 months now and every night, I rest more easily seeing the red light on my security system key pad, indicating the system is armed.  Of course I always check to make sure my doors are locked, but feel secure knowing my home is monitored for security.  They also gave us stickers for windows and a sign for the front yard, indicating our house is protected.




You can't put a price on peace of mind.  That's what I always tell my friends when they are considering whether to get a security system or not.  What could be more important to spend money on than something to keep your family safe? 

Nothing.

It's only about $1 a day when you break it down.

Knowing an alarm will sound if anyone ever tries to get into our house, uninvited, keeps me calm and allows me to be free to worry about anything else that might be on my plate.  It's nice to have at least one responsibility left for someone else, while I shoulder everything else these days.

2 comments:

  1. “You can't put a price on peace of mind.” Exactly! By investing in a good security system, you’re not just protecting your home, you’re also protecting your family. Whether the system costs $0.01 or $1000, it’s a worthy investment in order to know that you are keeping your home and your family safe from harm. You’re right – nothing is more important to spend money on than the safety of your loved ones. So glad to hear that your security system is working fine and that you sleep better at night knowing that no harm will come to you and your family.

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  2. I like that you still double-check even with the alarms and monitoring services turned on. But yes, what good is saving if it entails not being secure? It somewhat defeats the purpose of earning/saving, in my opinion.

    Also, not having to worry about one more thing is really a treat to us. What with work and handling the household when I get home? I really am glad that I myself don’t have to worry about anything while I am resting at home or away at work.

    Odessa Hanton

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