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ADT® Monitoring in Missouri

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Protect Your Home – ADT Authorized Premier Provider servicing Missouri

As a homeowner, your top priority is to protect your family from any dangers that lurk outside your home. Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Missouri helps you to create a safer environment for your home and watches over every part of your home to catch any suspicious activities. Protect Your Home believes in providing homeowners with the capabilities that will best protect their families and belongings from burglars. With Protect Your Home’s home security system, emergency situations will be addressed immediately and reported to assist you accordingly.

Get ADT monitored Home Security in Missouri– Branch info

If you would like to learn more about how much your home security system would cost you, Protect Your Home - ADT Authorized Premier Provider servicing Missouri offers free quotes to estimate the price. Our certified Security Advisors will go to you and work with you to create a customer plan for your home protection needs. We provide home security systems throughout Missouri from our branches in St. Louis, Springfield, and Kansas City. Please contact us at {Phone800} with further questions or concerns and our representatives will be happy to answer them.

To find the nearest Missouri branch, you can search “ADT locations near me” on Google. You can ask about specific security needs for your home, or learn more about our security system options.

Protect Your Home’s mission is to help you and your family live without having to worry about potential break-ins or becoming victims to burglars and intruders. We want to help protect you by providing dependable home security systems that will watch over your house while you are gone. With millions of families becoming victims to property crime, we want to help you avoid becoming a statistic. Here are some statistics on burglary to show you how important home security systems are for your wellbeing:

  • Almost 30% of burglars enter a home through an unlocked door or window
  • 60% of convicted burglars stated the presence of a security system influenced their decision to target another home
  • 38% of robberies are committed with a gun

Source: https://www.safewise.com/blog/8-surprising-home-burglary-statistics/
https://reolink.com/home-burglary-crime-statistics/

Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Missouri believes in providing the most reliable and vigilant home security services for homeowners. We know that you want to create a safe environment for your family, and we can help you achieve that with our services. With Protect Your Home watching your home 24/7, you won’t have to worry about home invasions and you can go on with your day with a peace of mind.



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Crime info Missouri

Both violent and property crime rates in Missouri are higher than the national average. The state ranked 40th in the nation for violent crime rates and 35th in property crime rates. Homeowners should be especially careful and take necessary precautions to protect their family and belongings. Here are some facts to show you the reality of being a homeowner in Missouri:

  • There was a total of 173,642 property crime offenses in 2015
  • 1 in 35 residents are likely to become victims of a property crime
  • Branson, a city in Missouri, is considered to be one of the 5 most dangerous cities in the US

Source: http://www.disastercenter.com/crime/mocrimn.htm
http://www.komu.com/news/Missouri-s-violent-crime-and-property-crime-rates-are-increasing
https://www.riverfronttimes.com/newsblog/2017/05/19/branson-is-one-of-the-5-most-dangerous-cities-in-the-us

Missouri’s most populated cities usually have higher rates of crime. Protect Your Home encourages homeowners in these cities to take note of the dangers that come with owning a home, and take steps to protect themselves and their families. Here are the top 3 most dangerous cities in Missouri:

  1. Kansas City, MO: 25,642 property crimes, 6,964 burglaries, 262 arsons
  2. St. Louis, MO: 21,995 property crimes, 4,986 burglaries, 196 arsons
  3. Springfield, MO: 14,504 property crimes, 2,215 burglaries, 61 arsons

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

If you are a homeowner in any of these cities and would like to find out more about ADT monitoring in Missouri, you can search for a local branch by searching for “ADT monitored home security near me.” Our certified Security Advisors will assist you in answering questions and scheduling installation appointments at your convenience.

Missouri Home Security

Missouri has always been a popular destination for homeowners. The state is home to the landmark monument known as the Gateway Arch, and has several attractions and benefits that captivate interested homeowners every year. Take a look at some things homeowners in Missouri enjoy:

  • The state’s average effective property tax rate is 0.99%, lower than the national average of 1.19%
  • Ranks 10th in the nation in high school graduation rate at 86%
  • The median home value in Missouri is $140,800, and projected to grow in the foreseeable future

Source: https://www.zillow.com/mo/home-values/
http://news.stlpublicradio.org/post/Missouri-ranks-10th-high-school-graduation-rate-good-it-sounds#stream/0
https://smartasset.com/taxes/Missouri-property-tax-calculator

While Missouri has its merits, there is also a downside of living in the state. The state is frequently visited by natural disasters because of its geography. It was deemed by NBC as one of the 10 states with the most natural disasters. Violent and property crime rates have been increasing, with some of the state’s cities ranked as some of the most dangerous cities in the U.S.

Source: https://www.riverfronttimes.com/newsblog/2017/05/19/branson-is-one-of-the-5-most-dangerous-cities-in-the-us
http://www.komu.com/mobile/story.cfm?id=79170-Missouris-violent-crime-and-property-crime-rates-are-increasing
https://sema.dps.mo.gov/maps_and_disasters/disasters/

Protect Your Home wants to help homeowners in Missouri breathe easily by assisting you in protecting your family and belongings with our home security systems. We will provide surveillance at all hours, and help protect you when you are out of home. Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Missouri covers all your home security system needs, and our security advisors will work with you to create a customer plan that best protects your home from burglars.

ADT monitored Home Security Equipment for Missouri

Protect Your Home - ADT Authorized Premier Provider servicing Missouri’s equipment packages come with many different additions to best protect your home. In addition to a free quote, you will be given many options to provide coverage over every part of your home. Here are some of the options you will be able to choose from as part of your package:

  1. Wireless Sensors for Windows or Doors - These wireless sensors can be applied to any windows or doors and will set off the alarm if they detect any signs of intrusions.
  2. Indoor Siren Sounder - This siren sounder will discourage any potential burglar who breaks into your house by setting off the alarm system. These high-decibel beeps can also alert you when there is a fire or any other emergency situations that need an immediate response.
  3. Built-in PIR Motion Sensor - This interior motion sensor can detect any suspicious movements in the house all throughout the day. It is equipped with a Passive Infrared (PIR) technology that allows it to also track movements at night.

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Vacation Home Security Tips

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Variety is the spice of life, and vacations helps us achieve a little variety away from the demands of everyday life. Who doesn’t look forward to days in the sun or a week full of nothing but rest and relaxation? Those who own a vacation property have probably realized the benefits that can be had from renting that space out to make a little extra cash. Services like Airbnb have made that easier than ever. But using your vacation property as a rental can also have some drawbacks. How can you ensure that your investment is properly protected and safe from rabble rousers and opportunists?

Follow these vacation home security tips

Follow these vacation home security tips:

  • Install a security system:

    Modern home security systems allow you to provide individual codes for your occupants so that you know who is coming and going. With ADT Pulse®, users also get additional functionality so that you can arm, disarm, and otherwise control your system even if you can’t be onsite with your property.
  • Integrate smart home devices:

    There is a smart device for nearly every purpose. From a vacation security perspective, you could integrate technology such as a video doorbell, smart lighting, and smart door locks to help your occupants remain safe.
  • Utilize outdoor security cameras:

    When positioned correctly, outdoor security cameras can be a good deterrent against excessive partying or break-ins. You can keep an eye on who’s coming and going and notify the proper authorities when problematic issues arise.
  • Conduct an annual safety audit:

    As with normal home maintenance, you will want to make sure you are conducting an annual safety audit. Normal wear and tear causes security issues for all homeowners. With rental properties, you can count on having more than normal wear. A safety audit can help you determine any maintenance issues that might become challenging from a vacation home security perspective.
  • Make it look occupied at all times:

    One major key to intruder deterrence involves occupancy. Even when your rental property is vacant, take measures to make it appear occupied.
  • Maintain lawn and normal maintenance:

    Simple tasks such as keeping the lawn maintained and performing normal upkeep on the vacation property can help prevent security breaches and make the property appear occupied.
  • Minimize hazardous risks:

    Make sure your property is outfitted with appropriate fire extinguishers and flood sensors. Security risks are often caused by damage due to fire or flood. Keeping on top of hazards is one way to improve your vacation home security.
  • Collect a damage deposit:

    Accidents are bound to happen. Collecting a damage deposit can help protect you against damage done by occupants and can help cover costs associated with a break-in.

A common-sense approach to vacation home security can help you mitigate some of the risks. Take the necessary steps to protect your occupants, yourself, and your property.

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