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Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider in Georgia

Being a homeowner is a tough task; worrying about intruders breaking in and potentially stealing possessions or harming your family is probably one of your biggest concerns. ADT Authorized Premier Provider servicing Georgia’s mission is to help protect your home and your family from burglars and intruders. Our aim is to secure your home from the inside out so that you can go on with your day with peace of mind. Having a home security system in Georgia is becoming crucial to help protect your belongings and loved ones. With ADT’s 24/7 surveillance and coverage, burglars will think twice before trying to break into your home.

Get ADT-monitored Home Security in Georgia – Branch info

If you’re thinking about installing a home security system but you’re not sure how much it will cost, our certified Security Advisors at Protect Your Home – ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider in Georgia provide free quotes and work with you to create a customized plan for your home. We cover all of Georgia from our numerous branches in Atlanta, Columbus, Augusta, and more. Our Security Advisors will come to you and arrange an installation at your convenience. Protect Your Home – ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider has also received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, so you can relax and let us take care of all your home security needs.

To find local Georgia branches near you, you can search “ADT locations near me” on Google and find the closest representative to ask questions and schedule an installation.

Homeowners are constantly faced with concerns about home security and the possibility of burglary. Millions of families still face the risk of monetary damages or sometimes physical harm from home intruders. Homes without security systems are targeted more often, and are easier to successfully break into than homes without systems in place. Here are some statistics on home burglary in the U.S. to help you understand the dangers of not having home security in Georgia.

  • Nearly 66% of all burglaries are residential (home) break-ins
  • 2 million home burglaries are reported each year in the U.S.
  • 1 out of 3 residential assaults are a result of a burglary

Being a homeowner comes with many responsibilities, and to best help protect you and your family, Protect Your Home Georgia provides home security services with 24/7 surveillance and representatives to call law enforcement or emergency response teams when you are in danger. Burglars will know that your house is protected by one of the most vigilant home security systems in the nation, and are more likely to be discouraged from attempting a break in. ADT’s Authorized Provider in Georgia wants to help you protect your home and live with worry free while going through your daily routines, knowing that your home is safe and under the watchful eye of our security system.



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Crime info Georgia

Homeowners in Georgia are at risk for property crimes and violent crimes at an above average rate. While the rate of property crimes in Georgia has been declining in recent years, burglaries in Georgia were reported to be much higher than the national average. Here are some statistics on property crime in Georgia:

  • In 2015, there were 66,374 reported cases of burglary, and a total of 308,723 reported cases of property crime
  • In Atlanta, 1 in 14 residents are likely to become a victim of property crime. This is significantly higher than other cities in the state.

Source: http://www.disastercenter.com/crime/gacrime.htm
http://www.securitymatcher.com/crimerates/georgia-home-security-systems.html

Georgia’s most populated cities have higher rates of crime, so homeowners in these cities may want to take note and consider investing in home security. The top 3 most dangerous cities in Georgia are:

  1. Atlanta, GA: 28,554 property crimes, 6,192 burglaries, 103 arsons
  2. Columbus, GA: 11,266 property crimes, 2,709 burglaries, 28 arsons
  3. Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan, GA: 8,325 property crimes, 2,083 burglaries, 34 arsons

Source: http://www.homesecurityresource.org/georgia/

If you are a resident of Georgia and want to learn how you can best protect your home, please search for a local ADT Authorized Premier Provider location by searching for “ADT-monitored home security near me.” Our certified Security Advisors will be able to help you with your questions and set up an installation time at your convenience. Let Protect Your Home Georgia help you secure your home and protect you and your family.

Georgia Home Security

Georgia has so many attractive qualities for homeowners, which is why over 10 million people chose the state for their home. It was also reported as the least disaster-prone state in the South, and one of the least disaster-prone places nationwide. Here are some facts for potential homeowners looking to re-locate to Georgia:

Source: http://www.ajc.com/news/when-comes-disasters-georgia-the-safest-place-the-south/4SR8pHWpB7booJQexZwohP/

  • Cost of rent is lower than the national average
  • Property taxes are low, and vary by county with a range from 0.44% to 1.29%
  • 85.4% of persons age 25+ years have graduated high school or have moved onto higher education

Source: http://www.bestplaces.net/cost_of_living/state/georgia
https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/GA
https://smartasset.com/mortgage/the-true-cost-of-living-in-georgia

While Georgia is proven to be a great place to live, as with every state there are also some negatives that must be addressed. Georgia does regularly face thunderstorms and floods, and was reported to have the highest unemployment rate in 2014. Atlanta has also been named one of the top 10 most dangerous U.S. Cities by Forbes.

Source: http://www.gema.ga.gov/Recovery/Pages/ga_disaster_history.aspx
https://www.forbes.com/pictures/mlj45jggj/6-atlanta/#2eeebe4c4f67
http://politics.blog.ajc.com/2014/09/19/georgia-has-the-highest-unemployment-rate-in-the-nation/

The crime rates for violent and property crimes are above average in Georgia and home security is crucial for protecting yourself and your loved ones from intruders. According to neighborhoodscout.com, 1 in 33 residents are likely to become victims of a property crime. ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider servicing Georgia highly recommends that you arrange a home security installation if you have not already done so. Join the 200,000 people already covered by our home security systems and enjoy a peace of mind while we help you supervise your home.

ADT-monitored Home Security Equipment for Georgia

Our ADT-monitored packages offer various home security equipment that will help you best protect your home. Along with a free quote, our certified Security Advisors will help you create a comprehensive customer plan for your home. Here are some of the equipment options you can choose to add onto your package.

  1. Wireless Sensors for Windows or Doors - About 30% of all burglaries are through an open or unlocked window or door. These wireless sensors can be attached to all points of entry on the ground level of your home, and can alert you when they detect any signs of intrusion by sounding the alarm system.

    Source: http://www.safeguardtheworld.com/statistics.html

  2. Full Service Digital Touchpad - This touchpad will allow you to control the home security system remotely and see if there have been any recent disturbances. They are equipped with quick access to law enforcement, emergency responders and firefighters, so you can have immediate assistance in a dangerous situation. They are equipped to alert you when doors and windows open and close, and voice commands let you know when your system is armed, unarmed or activated.
  3. Built-In PIR Motion Sensor - This interior motion sensor will be able to track any movements inside the house, and is designed to detect motion throughout the house all day and night thanks to its Passive Infrared (PIR) technology. The sensor is also designed to recognize your pet’s movements, which will reduce false alarms.

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How to Keep Your Home Secure

It’s often been said that it takes a village. In today’s hectic world, we can all use some help, whether that’s with pool care or house sitting. Our busy lives often require that we bring in people to fill in for us when we can’t be there. Maybe you hire lawn maintenance to care for your patch of grass. Perhaps you have a nanny who helps take care of the kids or your elderly relative has a caretaker who stops by regularly. Many homeowners have people coming and going from their house who don’t live there or just need temporary access. How can you keep your home safe? A personal security system has what you need.

personal security system

Here’s how a personal security system can help you care for your home when people are coming and going:

  • Individual codes: Most personal security systems offer you the convenience of assigning codes to individuals. This allows you to track when people enter and exit your home. If you have issues, you can narrow down when certain people were present in your home. The flexibility of custom security also means that you don’t have to be present to let people in or see them out.
  • Mobile access: If you need to let someone in your home and you aren’t comfortable assigning a code, you can use the ADT Mobile App to arm and disarm your personal security system so that you are in complete control. With the ADT Mobile App, you make the choice when people enter and when they leave.
  • Security cameras: Many personal security systems offer the use of security cameras. Security cameras often allow for video streaming. You can use security cameras to peek in on any visitors and check on the status of any work being completed. Security cameras often allow for streaming so that you can view what’s happening in your home in real time.
  • Exceptions: Some personal security systems will allow you to make exceptions for sensors. This means that you could arm your system so that normal security system monitoring continues, but disengage one sensor to allow access to only a particular area. For example, if you have a door sensor on your garage and a lawn maintenance person needs access to that area, you can disengage that sensor specifically so that your house remains secure, while allowing someone to enter your garage.

As technology advances, you can personalize your custom security system so that it fits nearly any circumstance you find yourself facing.

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