Colorado Home Security Systems
The rate of violent crimes in Colorado is lower than the national average by more than 22%. However, the property crime rate in the state is higher than the national property crime rate by around 20%, according to CityRating.com and UCRDataTool.gov.*
In 2010, there were 26,153 burglaries reported in the state of Colorado, which was down just slightly from the 26,649 reported in 2009. The 2010 figure averages out to just over 71 burglaries per day across the state.
Burglary is one of the most common crimes across the U.S.; the FBI reported about 2.2 million burglaries in 2009.
Though burglary rates in Colorado are generally trending downward, it's important to know what to do if you should return home to discover that a break-in has occurred.
It is important that you address any potential weak points in your home security. Here are some general home security tips:
Increasing numbers of Colorado residents are discovering the benefits of installing an ADT monitored home security system. Technologically advanced, yet easy to operate, the latest home security systems work as a deterrent and can help stop an intrusion before damage can be done.
Home security systems are not just for the wealthy. Many middle class homeowners have found out that the systems themselves are priced very reasonably. The peace of mind that comes from having an ADT monitored home security system is worth far more.