Occasional power outages are a fact of life for some homeowners, and you may be wondering if your alarm system will go out with the lights. The answer depends on the type of security system you have set up.
Since the days the Jetsons were aired on television, residential home owners have long desired to have automation that animates their home in every conceivable way.
According to the FBI website, there are more than 2.5 million burglaries throughout the US alone each year. Installing a home security system is becoming more commonplace than ever with the ability to deter burglars and potential thieves.
Home security is not only limited to protecting you and your family but it is also capable of helping police solve local crimes in your neighborhood.
Homeowners are rarely ready for a burglary. In an age of such heightened awareness when it comes to security in general and home security in particular this might seem strange, but the reality is people have a difficult time imagining someone actually invading their home and an even more difficult time recognizing their own vulnerability when it comes to residential crime.
When your fire alarm is chirping every few minutes for no reason, it is telling you something is wrong with the unit. If there is no fire or smoke, you will need to address it or go crazy listening to the chirps coming from your fire alarm devices. Figuring out the issue is as simple as following these steps: