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Security Benefits

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Homeowners Insurance

Did you know? Home Security. are so effective that many homeowners insurance providers offer discounts to policyholders with security systems. By having an ADT-monitored security system installed in your home, you may be able to save on your homeowners insurance premiums. That's money back in your wallet!

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Money-Back Guarantee

If you're not happy with ADT's Security System. monitoring service within the first six months of becoming an ADT customer, ADT will make every attempt possible to make it right, or you'll receive your installation charge and monitoring fees back (certain restrictions apply).

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Theft Protection Guarantee

ADT is so confident in the quality of their monitoring services, that if your home is broken into while your system is armed, ADT will pay up to $500 of your homeowners insurance deductible (certain restrictions apply).

Burglaries Cost More than You Think

Being the victim of a home burglary can be a very distressing experience. Stress may become compounded once the financial impact of a burglary becomes apparent. According to the FBI, burglary victims in 2011 faced, on average, nearly $2,200 in property loss. This number doesn't take into consideration additional expenses in the form of lost wages, insurance deductibles, and various other costs. Residents of Houston, Texas, were victims of more than 109101 property crimes and 27459 burglaries in 2011. Several of these burglaries could have been prevented had homeowners installed home security systems, which can deter potential intruders from breaking into a residence.


National average amount lost in a break-in based on FBI Crime Statistics 2011 data:
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Testimonials

"The service as well as the service providers are very friendly and wonderful."

- Danielle, Spring Valley, CA

"Your technician took the time to listen to my concerns and help me to configure the right monitors thru out the home to protect it and us."
- Brian, IN, Crown Point

"Because my rep was honest and upfront about everything involved and I feel much safer with this system installed."

- Scott, Grand Rapids, MI

"Outstanding job! Our technician took all of the time necessary to make sure we were comfortable with our system. The peace of mind we now have is priceless!"
- Rick, PA, Hazleton

Milwaukee Crime

A burglary happens every 14.4 seconds in the United States

Your Chances of Becoming a Victim of a Burglary in Milwaukee, WI

Normally, we don't' think about a home invasion, but every single day a property crime is committed every 3.5 seconds. It's easy to believe this doesn't apply to your location, but in Milwaukee, burglaries occur every single year. In Milwaukee, 1080 burglaries occur each day. Don't take risks. Installing a home security system can help keep your home and your family safe.


Annual Crime Rates in
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

A recent crime in Milwaukee, Wisconsin involved two suspects robbing a credit union from the drive-through window with two matching cars, apparently trying to double their take. A drive-through teller reportedly opened a tube from a customer on the evening of May 7 with a note that read, "Load the bag at the draw window with non-sequestered unmarked bills. A 100-50-20. No dye packs. Do not call the police until 6:15 p.m. or the bomb will detonate outside. This is not a joke, it's serious." Several workers gathered to read the note and sent the money through the tube, not through the drawer. The driver finally sped off after sending the tube back for more money. One of the workers then noticed a nearly identical car in the drive-through lane that utilizes a drawer where the note had said to put the money. Thinking the two cars might be part of the same robbery, the worker took down the license plate and called police. When officers arrived, they saw a black Buick speeding away. A squad car followed the car for about a mile until the driver fled from the vehicle near North 57th and West Melvina streets. An officer chased and eventually caught the suspect. Meanwhile, the second black Buick also left the drive-through and crashed near the 6600 block of West Vienna Street. Inside the crashed car, police found a one-gallon plastic jug partially filled with flammable liquid and stuffed with a yellow rag. Police determined both cars had been stolen the day before, and one had been painted black to match the other. Both suspects are charged with robbery of a financial institution. (Source: Milwaukee-Wisconsin Jounral Sentinel. 20 May 2013.)


Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Contrary to what some may think, there are more things to do in Milwaukee than drink beer and eat cheese -- although both of those things do tend to be very good, and are especially enjoyable if you are taking in a Milwaukee Brewers game at Miller Park. If sports aren't your thing, you can still enjoy a beautiful day in the city by stopping by the Milwaukee Zoo, exploring Cave of the Mounds, or taking a riverboat cruise with Edelweiss Boats downtown. You can also enjoy a little culture at the Charles Allis Art Museum of a few laughs with the Improv crew at Fish Sticks Comedy. Clearly, living in Wisconsin will give you access to plenty of activities to suit a diverse array of interests for the nearly 308,000 women and 287,000 men who call the Wisconsin town their home. With 594,833 people living in the city according to the 2010 U.S. Census variety is necessary to keep everyone satisfied. But even though Milwaukee has something for everyone, there will always be those who try to take things that don't belong to them. For this reason, it is important to always stay aware of your surroundings even as you are enjoying everything the city has to offer. After a day of working or playing in Milwaukee, you want to come home to a place where you feel safe and secure. Some ways to keep your home protected is to install motion activated outdoor lights, lock your doors and windows, especially at night, and make sure that any children who are old enough to stay home alone have a place to turn if anything alarms them. By staying aware and taking the right precautions, it's easy to see how much fun life in Milwaukee can be.

Crime

A recent crime in Milwaukee, Wisconsin involved two suspects robbing a credit union from the drive-through window with two matching cars, apparently trying to double their take. A drive-through teller reportedly opened a tube from a customer on the evening of May 7 with a note that read, "Load the bag at the draw window with non-sequestered unmarked bills. A 100-50-20. No dye packs. Do not call the police until 6:15 p.m. or the bomb will detonate outside. This is not a joke, it's serious." Several workers gathered to read the note and sent the money through the tube, not through the drawer. The driver finally sped off after sending the tube back for more money. One of the workers then noticed a nearly identical car in the drive-through lane that utilizes a drawer where the note had said to put the money. Thinking the two cars might be part of the same robbery, the worker took down the license plate and called police. When officers arrived, they saw a black Buick speeding away. A squad car followed the car for about a mile until the driver fled from the vehicle near North 57th and West Melvina streets. An officer chased and eventually caught the suspect. Meanwhile, the second black Buick also left the drive-through and crashed near the 6600 block of West Vienna Street. Inside the crashed car, police found a one-gallon plastic jug partially filled with flammable liquid and stuffed with a yellow rag. Police determined both cars had been stolen the day before, and one had been painted black to match the other. Both suspects are charged with robbery of a financial institution. (Source: Milwaukee-Wisconsin Jounral Sentinel. 20 May 2013.)