Why home security is important?


First and foremost, a home security system aims to protect your property and those inside it from burglary, home intrusion, fire, and other environmental disasters such as burst pipes. Professional monitoring services do this whether you're aware of the problem or not, and they can also help in a medical emergency. While a security system is a significant expense, the cost of a burglary averages $2,400 per victim, not to mention the psychological impact it can have.

Deterrent to Burglars

Obvious signs of an alarm system, such as stickers, yard signs, and outdoor cameras for video surveillance, have been proven to deter a burglar, whose crime is often one of opportunism. A UNC Charlotte study found that almost 60% of burglars planned the break-in for less than 24 hours prior to attempting it. Plus, 83% looked for signs of an alarm first, and more than half said they would give up if they saw one.

Peace of Mind

With a home security system installed, you can achieve some peace of mind knowing that your home is protected whether you're away or sleeping soundly. With modern wireless security systems connected to the internet, you can also check in on your system from anywhere in the world.

Convenience and Energy Savings

Modern home security systems feature home automation capabilities that offer convenience and energy savings, which helps justify the extra cost of a security system. Internet-connected lights and thermostats paired with a security system can adjust themselves to save energy when the system is armed, while smart door locks and connected garage door openers give you a secure way to let friends and family into your home.

Reduced Home Insurance Premiums

Many homeowners insurance companies offer a premium discount of 5% to 20% if you have a professionally monitored security system installed. The higher discounts are usually for systems that include environmental monitoring to detect fire, smoke, and water damage, in addition to intrusion monitoring. While this won’t cover the cost of a professional system, it will help make it more affordable in the long run. Additionally, if you have cameras for video surveillance, video footage can help when it comes to filing insurance claims.

By Jennifer Pattison Tuohy

Installment of CCTV system

  • Camera send picture to the control room

  • Connecting Part, The cable for connection between camera and recorder and recorder and hard disk (Storage all data) and send it to other section.

  • Monitor is the part to receive and show the picture from the camera.

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