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Protect your home – ADT Authorized Premier Provider servicing Nevada

As a home security company, Protect Your Home understands the importance of coming home and knowing that you are safe. Protect Your Home- the ADT Authorized Premier Provider servicing Nevada is able to provide that comfort. Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Nevada uses sensors, alarms, and other gadgets to help ensure your home is protected from intruders, fires, and other threats. Protect Your Home security systems connect you to trained professionals who are ready to respond to emergencies at a moment’s notice. Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Nevada is the best way to ensure your home’s safety, whether you are home or not.

Nevada Branch Info - ADT-monitored Home Security

With locations available in every state, Protect Your Home - ADT Authorized Premier Provider services areas all over Nevada. With Installation Branches in Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada residents are able to speak with our Certified Security Advisors and receive a free quote detailing your new security system. If you are not near one of those Branches in Nevada, you can learn more by calling 1-866-202-2933. Because 54% of home security owners are unsure how to operate their security system, Protect Your Home takes the time to ensure you are informed and equipped to understand how to protect your home with Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Nevada. Protect Your Home wants make statistics such as these disappear, along with Nevada’s high rates of property crime.


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ADT-monitored Security in Nevada

Using sensors, alarms, and monitoring, Protect Your Home is able to guard your home from potential threats. An ADT-monitored security system in Nevada ensures that you and the local authorities are alerted immediately if an intruder is in your home. While the idea of someone breaking into your house may seem foreign, home invasions are more common than you may think. Here are some statistics about burglaries:

  • A burglary occurs every 15 seconds
  • 60% of burglaries involve forcible entry
  • 1 out of 3 residential assaults are a result of a burglary
  • 28% of victims were asleep during the time of a burglary
  • 44% of household members were engaged in other activities within the home when an intruder entered their residence

An ADT-monitored security system installed by our Nevada branch not only lets you know if someone has entered your house while you are at work or on vacation, but also alerts you if you are home and someone enters the house. Sensors and alarms can be installed, which will let you know if someone has entered the house while you are inside.

Here are some more facts about security systems:

  • Homes without security systems are 300% more likely to be targeted for a home invasion
  • 60% of convicted burglars stated the presence of a security system influenced their decision to target another home

Besides helping you protect your home against intruders, Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Nevada provides anti-fire, carbon monoxide and flooding equipment. You can learn more by searching “ADT in Nevada” or “ADT Locations near me.”


Crime info for Nevada

While Nevada is known for many things, it is most famous for the millions of tourists per year. With the most hotel rooms per capita in the US, Nevada’s tourism industry brought in nearly 36 billion people in 2016. While a large amount of this was due to Las Vegas, the natural beauty of Nevada also drew many visitors to the Silver State. With places such as Lake Tahoe, Death Valley National Park, and Red Rock Canyon National, there are endless sights to take in while in Nevada.

Because of the natural beauty in Nevada, it is no surprise that the population is increasingly rapidly. With the accelerated rate of new residents, Nevada has been experiencing above average rates of crime in recent years. Property crime, in particular, is alarmingly high with nearly 100,000 property crimes occurring per year. These are some more statistics on Nevada crime:

  • Total property crimes per 100,000 residents: 3,777
  • Burglaries per 100,000 residents: 3,777
  • Larcenies per 100,000 residents: 1,939
  • Motor vehicle thefts per 100,000 residents: 870.5
  • Chances of a citizen being a victim of property crime: 1 in 37

With such high rates of property crime, Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Nevada presents itself as the smart choice in home security. Additionally, because some areas are more likely to be targeted by burglars, Protect Your Home - ADT Authorized Premier Provider servicing Nevada wants to point out the areas in Nevada that have the highest rates of property crime:

  1. Las Vegas, NV with 46,427 property crimes and 14,220 burglaries
  2. Reno, NV with 7,423 crimes and 1,633 burglaries
  3. North Las Vegas, NV with 5,534 property crimes and 1,557 burglaries
  4. Henderson, NV with 5,295 property crimes and 1,408 burglaries
  5. Sparks, NV with 2,559 property crimes and 609 burglaries

Whether you live in one of those areas are not, feeling safe in your home should never be taken for granted. Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Nevada is there to help make sure you and your home are protected. Protect Your Home does not want to alarm you with these statistics about crime in Nevada, but wants to make sure Nevada residents are aware they may be at risk. Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Nevada aims to provide the ultimate coverage in home protection across the entire state, regardless if your hometown has higher rates of crime.


ADT-monitored Home Security Equipment for Nevada

Because there are multiple threats to a home’s safety, Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Nevada provides various types of security equipment options. Certified security advisors are available to walk you through our Nevada-specific home security packages and will help you create a customized plan for you and your home. Some of the options may include:

  1. Home Security Camera and Video Surveillance - Whether you are home or not, Protect Your Home - ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider offering ADT monitoring in Nevada keeps an eye on your home with live or recorded clips. It is the best way to feel secure, and with only 13% of burglaries resulting in arrests, surveillance videos help you catch any intruders to ensure future safety.
  2. Remote Locks - Using your phone, tablet, or desktop you can unlock or lock your doors at your own convenience. Whether it is letting your friend in or simply forgot your keys that day, you are able to control your locks.
  3. Video Doorbell - You can see live images of whoever is at your front door and using your phone, you can speak with them as if you were behind the door.
  4. Remote Lighting - Like the remote locks, you can turn lights on and off anywhere using your phone, tablet, or desktop. Burglars look for homes that appear vacant; however, with options such as vacation mode you can schedule your lights to turn on at any time, making it appear as though you are home.
  5. Door/Window Sensors - Oftentimes intruders look for an open window or door to enter a home, and 60% resort to forced entry. Ensure that the main entries of your home are protected at all times with magnet technology to protect your windows and doors.


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Vacation Home Security Tips


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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