Does the Homesafe Barking Dog Alarm Really Work?

Burglars hate three things, noise, lights and dogs! They have 7 to 10 minutes to get in and out and they don’t have time to feed or train a dog.
Most burglars survey the house and the neighborhood before they attempt a burglary. They want the fastest way into the house with the most protection from being seen from the street. Professional Keeping House Clean Working Full Time burglars know they have no more than 10 minutes to get in and out before they can be detected and the police arrive in case a silent, infra-red or motion activated alarms alert the police.
Burglars don’t like bright lights that allow the occupants of the house or the neighbors to see them prowling around the house. If a burglar trips a loud alarm, they will most likely turn and run. Then next question is do we want to allow a burglar to enter the house at all and trip a noisy alarm? No we do not want a burglar in our home as allowing entrance can mean dangerous confrontation or at the least damage to doors, windows and locks. This does not mean that you should forget about alarm systems in your home. Protecting your home and property is not a one step process and no one device can protect your home and valuables.
Protecting the home starts with good outdoor lighting, so that someone approaching your house will be seen from any direction. Trimming bushes and trees so they don’t provide good cover for an intruder. Great door locks, window locks and door bars to keep intruders out are a necessity. Dead-bolt locks should be keyed on both sides so that a burglar can’t just break a window and reach in to unlock the dead-bolt.
Inside there should be burglar alarms and widow alarms to notify the occupants and police that there is an intruder in the house. Hidden cameras and surveillance systems can document what is going on for insurance companies and prosecution in court. All these items can be added to a home at about $600 for a minimum system to $3000 for complete protection, and will lower insurance rates to help pay for the security devices. The amount of cameras and devices will vary with the home size.
Let’s get back to keeping the burglar out. If for some reason the lights, trimmed bushes and locks don’t deter the intruder, we need one more thing. A dog! Maybe you don’t want a dog or you take your dog with you on vacation, and that is where the HomesafeA� Barking Dog Pest Control Sop Example Alarm comes in. You don’t have to feed or walk this “dog”, just plug it in or insert batteries. Burglars know that all dogs respond in different ways, and they don’t have time to train a dog in 10 minutes. Also if you remember we said intruders don’t like loud noises.
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