Sunday, November 22, 2009

Our cats are useless as personal protectors, but pretty good pillows.

These days, you can't be too careful with your home. It contains all your most important stuff, ranging from that football autographed by the entire 1996 Green Bay Superbowl-winning team to your wife and kids (note: Not listed in order of importance), and you need to keep all those things and people safe.

So you need a home alarm system, but that's problematic because if you're like me, you're not really sure what the best home alarm system is. In fact, if you're like me, you're current home alarm system is "hope that the cats wake up when someone breaks in, and somehow scare that person off."

So I've been reading about home alarm systems on, which provides information on how to select the best home alarm for your house and your needs. They have information on alarm companies, telling you which one is the best, and the best alarm systems, with plenty of details about how they work, and with customer reviews, too. There's links to popular systems, so after I read about them, I can go shopping for one, too.

The world can be an unsafe place, and those footballs and kids aren't going to protect themselves. And the cats won't always be there to do it for me. I don't want to come home and find my house burglarized, or wake up in the middle of the night hearing someone lurking around downstairs with a gun. A good home alarm system can be the best deterrent and the best protection at the same time: when someone breaks in, they'll hear the alarm and be scared off, while the authorities can be alerted promptly, too.

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