Breaking Down the Data on Home Security

When most people view home security information on the Internet, they are confronted with frightening statistics. In other words, there is a break-in every 14 seconds in the United States. This is a huge crime for the country. This corresponds to more than 4 cases per minute, equivalent to more than 250 cases per hour, which amounts to more than 6,000 cases per day or more than 2,252,571 cases per year. With such figures it is easy to panic, but to be honest, these figures are misleading. To say that every 14 seconds there is a roll-out means that they are evenly distributed throughout the day. The fact is that the vast majority of these burglaries occur in the daytime, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. What explains this trend? Simply put, intruders look for two conditions before announcing the perfect home to enter: they don’t want to be seen, and they don’t want to be caught. During the day, when all the families and neighbors leave, and at work there are no cars in the driveway, and the intruder is guaranteed to be stopped for 6-8 hours, the conditions are great for burglary.

When dispersing and grabbing, thieves usually leave the house with some valuables, usually electronics and cash. When you break into the house during the day, you will have enough time to find all the valuables. This large open window of continuous time is that the average victim of burglary loses about $2,000 in cash and property. That’s a lot of money. For this reason, intruders avoid homes with home security. As soon as the house is guarded by a home alarm system, the area and authorities are notified of the intruder. This is not ideal, because it excludes only 2 criteria that our villain is working on. This brings us to another important statistic: a house with a security alarm is 3 times less likely to become the target of the criminal. This is very important because the mere presence of a security system is enough to keep a common attacker at bay.

How do these guys get into the house? Most people will be surprised to learn that the answer comes through the front door! In general, many people every day carefully lock every door and window, but forget to strengthen the door box. The vast majority of them can be easily hacked, regardless of whether the lock is broken or the thief is broken, even with little experience. Given the economic situation, at an extremely low level, homeowners can expect an increase in burglary and burglary. Traditionally, the downturn in the economy has been synonymous with security concerns from looters. When someone has fallen and is desperate to make ends meet, your unprotected home can sometimes seem extremely tempting as a quick solution to the problem of electronics, jewelry, money, etc.

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