ADT® Monitoring in Arkansas

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Protect Your Home – ADT Authorized Premier Provider in Arkansas

One of the main priorities as a homeowner is to keep your family and possessions safe from thieves. The mission of ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider in Arkansas is to help protect your house and family from burglars and intruders. We are able to arrange installations quickly and at your convenience. Home security in Arkansas is becoming more of a necessity to deter criminals from trying to break into your home. With ADT-monitored home security systems in place, you will be able to go on with your daily routines without worrying about a home invasion or theft.

Get ADT-monitored Home Security in Arkansas – Branch info

Our certified Security Advisors at Protect Your Home - ADT Authorized Premier Provider offer free quotes and home security installations across Arkansas. They’ll come to you and arrange an installation to your suitability. Protect Your Home covers all of Arkansas from our branch in Little Rock to meet all your home monitoring necessities. Protect Your Home - ADT Authorized Premier Provider is also recognized by the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating, so you can always expect the best service and installation of Arkansas home security.

To find local service areas, you can search “ADT locations near me” on Google or speak to our representatives over the phone to answer your questions or help arrange an installation. ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider in Arkansas believes in helping protect and prevent homeowners and their families from falling victim to burglars and vandals.

With the help of efficient home security systems like Protect Your Home, property crime has seen a downward trend ever since 2001. However, millions of families in the U.S. are still becoming victims of burglary. Here are some statistics illuminating how common the problem still is in the U.S:

  • Property crimes in 2015 resulted in losses estimated at $15.5 billion
  • In 2015, there were 7,993,631 reported cases of property crime in the nation
  • In 2015, there were 2,487 victims of property crime per 100,000 residents


Protect Your Home - ADT Authorized Provider in Arkansas believes in providing secure protection to all homeowners in Arkansas. Our security system can detect any suspicious activity in or around your home, and can contact law enforcement as soon as it is alerted. Burglars and intruders will recognize the ADT-monitored home security system and know that your home is well protected and under constant surveillance. You can go about your day without having to worry about the safety of your home and family under the supervision of ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider in Arkansas.

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Crime info Arkansas

Crime rates in Arkansas are above average, particularly in burglary and other property crimes. This means it could be slightly more dangerous for homeowners who live in this state, and Protect Your Home strongly suggests protecting your family and your home from burglaries, home invasions, and other property crimes with a home security system. Home security in Arkansas is a primary concern for many residents, and with the number of property crimes rising, homeowners without a home security system are at risk of potential harm and property damages. Take a look at some of the property crime statistics in Arkansas:

  • In 2012, the state property crime rate was higher than the national average by 28%
  • There are 95 burglaries per day across the state of Arkansas
  • In 2008, studies showed that the total value of stolen property in Arkansas was $117,282,745


There are a number of cities in Arkansas that are relatively more dangerous to own a home in, and generally these are the cities with the largest population. The 3 most dangerous cities in Arkansas with the highest property crime numbers are:

  1. Little Rock, AK: 15,804 property crimes, 4,244 burglaries, 87 arsons
  2. North Little Rock, AK: 5,471 property crimes, 1,204 burglaries, 10 arsons
  3. Fort Smith, AK: 4,771 property crimes, 1,064 burglaries, 10 arsons


If you are a resident in Arkansas and have yet to protect your home with a security system, you can find a local Arkansas home security installer by searching for “ADT-monitored home security near me” to set up an installation time. Protect Your Home – ADT Authorized Premier Provider is one of the most trusted security companies in Arkansas, and will implement our alarm systems to help protect your home as quickly as possible.

Arkansas Home Security

Natural disasters have been prominent in Arkansas over the past few decades. Destructive tornados and floods like the 2008 Super Tuesday Tornado outbreak or the 2010 Albert Pike Flash Floods have made real estate a causality. NBC news has deemed Arkansas one of the top 10 most disaster prone states in the nation.


Even with the looming presence of natural disasters, there are a several perks that come with living in Arkansas. According to a recent report by the Tax Foundation, a dollar earned in Arkansas goes further than just about any other state. The relative value of $100 earned in Arkansas is really $114.29 because of the state’s lower cost-of-living. Housing is the biggest factor in the cost-of-living difference, where the average rent of bedroom size is lower than the national average.


Here are some general facts about Arkansas that convince homeowners to invest:

  • Property taxes are lower in Arkansas than in most of the rest of the country, at a property tax rate of 0.60%
  • Almost 85% of persons age 25+ years have obtained a high school diploma or higher
  • Arkansas has a 3.5% unemployment rate, lower than the national average


Arkansas has an above average property crime rate, making it dangerous for families who are not well equipped with security systems to help protect their homes. Referencing, the chances of a homeowner becoming a victim of a property crime in Arkansas is 1 in 31. It is highly recommended that residents take precaution and look to install home security systems. To prevent the worst from happening, ADT’s Authorized Premier Provider in Arkansas provides the proper security system to help defend your home from burglars and intruders.

ADT-monitored Home Security Equipment for Arkansas

ADT-monitored home security packages come with many equipment options, and our Security Advisors will provide a free quote to work together and create a customer plan to best suit your home. Here are some of the equipment choices you can choose to include:

  1. Wireless Sensors for Windows or Doors - These sensors can detect if a window or door has been forcefully opened and will alert you immediately. It is recommended that you include these sensors on all doors and windows on the ground level of your home or any other easily accessible points of entry that intruders can see.
  2. Built-In PIR Motion Sensor - This interior motion sensor uses Passive Infrared technology to recognize any movements in hallways, stairways, or any other rooms in the house. It is also equipped to ignore movements of small pets to reduce false alarms from being set off.
  3. Indoor Siren Sounder - This indoor siren sounder can alert you with its high-decibel beeps to alert you if there is a fire, intruder, or any other urgent instances. All ADT-monitored security systems come with one sounder, and you can request for additional sounders from your installation professional if necessary.

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6 Simple Home Security Measures

Home Security Safety Measures
A monitored home security system is the most complete way of ensuring your home is fully protected from home invasion. That being said, there are several common-sense home security measures that you can take to help make your house less tempting for would-be thieves, whether or not you have a home security system in place. This is a list of 6 easy home safety tips that you should be doing right now, without any special equipment or training, to prevent home invasion.

Maintain your shrubs and bushes


Leafy lurkers

The first step in a calculated effort to break into your home starts with surveillance. Crooks learn your habits and watch the home, looking for weaknesses and places around your home to break in without being seen by you or neighbors. Be vigilant about keeping trees and shrubs near your house trimmed back so there are fewer places to hide while attempting to invade your property. No invader wants to be discovered while either casing your home or while taking the time to pry or break open a lock. If all of your windows and doors are free of lurking spots, they will often decide that the risk of being caught is too great to even attempt.



Hidden key. Home security measures


Hide And seek

Admit it. You’ve ‘hidden’ a key for a friend or relative to give them access to your home to feed the cat while you’re away or in case you lose your own key. Even if you haven’t done this yourself you know someone who has. If we all know about this little ‘secret’ don’t you think that even a half-witted thief would know about this trend too?

Don’t do it! An intruder would much rather have quiet and easy access, possibly not even raising suspicion with the neighbors if they are seen, as opposed to having to break a window or pry open a door. The first place any crook worth their salt will check will be under your doormat, nearby rocks, around heating or cooling units, tucked in bushes or in mailboxes. If the key can be found it WILL be. 


Luckily, once you have your Protect Your Home system installed an easy upgrade to ADT Pulse + Home Automation allows you to provide each and every person who you DO want in your home with their own access code via a SmartLock or simply unlock the door via the ADT Pulse app from virtually anywhere in the world.



Lock the door

Bolt of inspiration

Not many things that are portrayed in movies and on TV are ever quite as easy to do in real life as they appear on the screen. Unfortunately, kicking in a door with a properly placed foot is truly as easy to do as it looks in the movies if you know what you’re doing. When you lock your door with a traditional lock there is only a half inch or so of metal inserted into your doorframe by the lock, leaving room for brute force entry.

Installing and using a deadbolt in every entrance door makes this seemingly superhuman feat virtually impossible. A deadbolt sticks into your doorframe usually about 2-3 inches or more, meaning that even if ample force is applied to the lock area and the door flexes at all you are still protected from intruders. Just remember, a deadbolt only works if you actually use it and make sure to lock it every time you’re leaving the home.



Secure Windows


Windows of opportunity

Often times burglaries are crimes of opportunity instead of pre-planned efforts. Criminals will prowl a neighborhood and simply test all the doors and windows they come across, hoping to find easy prey. Don’t give these opportunists easy access to your loved ones or belongings. Before leaving your home each day take a few seconds to make sure all of your windows and all of your doors are locked and bolted. If it helps, establish a routine to remind yourself every day. As you leave each room on your way towards the front door get in the habit of ensuring the windows are fully shut and locked. Done with your morning shower? Check the window. Finished making your morning coffee? Test that window over the sink as you rinse out the coffee pot.

If you’re not someone who remembers these sorts of things easily your Protect Your Home security system with an Upgrade to ADT Pulse + Home Automation helps you skip this step altogether. Preset your doors and windows to automatically lock when leaving the home and arming your system. You can also check your door and window sensors via the ADT Pulse app anywhere in the world to ensure all entry points are locked and lock them remotely if left open.



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Out of sight, out of mind

Electronic purchases are super exciting and we know all you’re thinking about in that moment is getting it unwrapped, set up and running, ready to watch, play or listen. As you are reveling in the excitement of your new toy you haphazardly discard the boxes next to your trash can for trash. While those boxes are designed to advertise to customers the cool gadgets that used to be in that package, what they are now doing is advertising to thieves the cool new gadgets that are inside your home.

Burglars drive up and down residential streets and use these packages as enticing reasons to canvas your home and look for weaknesses so that your new toys can now be theirs. Instead of leaving what equates to a flashing neon sign on your curb, break down boxes completely and fold them into your recycling or trash cans. If they do not fit, store them inside your home or garage until trash day, only setting them out at the last minute.


Keep you exterior lit. Home security measures



Illuminate the situation

We already talked about how home invaders don’t want to be seen and will be drawn to homes with hiding places around them. During the day these are often behind overgrown bushes and trees. At night this is any shadowy corner. Outdoor lighting is for more than just getting you up and down the driveway safely or lighting up the patio for parties. 

A well-illuminated perimeter gives thieves less incentive to target your home since there is no place for them to not be seen. Anything from a traditional outdoor light turned on with a switch by the door to motion-triggered lighting like those available through Protect Your Home make evil-doers flee and look for easier prey elsewhere. Be sure to replace burned-out lightbulbs as soon as they are noticed to maintain your lit perimeter.

Take these home security safety measures at home and sleep better


The key to a truly safe home is vigilance. The moment you become lax with your safety practices is the moment that will criminals strike. Stay alert to your surroundings and what your daily habits tell onlookers about your home and its weaknesses. Something that may seem convenient or easiest for you is oftentimes providing that same ease to burglars. Keep an eye out, make a few small changes in your daily routine and you can eliminate common temptations and prevent home invasion.

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