The national average for police response when there’s an emergency call is roughly half an hour. Some people, however, reported that they have to wait longer for the police to show. This is not a criticism, but rather a call to action. After all, despite having safety officials, people need to take some responsibility for their own safety. Maybe you cannot stop intruders, but you can delay their access or scare them away. Start with the following:
Cameras and Alarms
These two features have evolved over time to cater to different needs, and they’re the basis of most home security systems in Utah. There should be blatantly visible cameras and cleverly hidden ones in every home. If the intruders are bold enough to destroy the visible ones, the hidden ones will still capture the whole thing. An alarm will be loud and daunting to perpetrators. They might effectively turn it off, but it will have delivered a message by the time they managed to do something with it.
Security systems in the market today allow homeowners to control them through a mobile device. You can look around the house through the cameras and even arm or disarm the system from wherever you are. You can also control utilities like lights and air conditioning. Through this feature, you have peace of mind with the knowledge that all is well and dandy at home.
Door and Window Sensors
These sensors have evolved over time to become more sensitive. The windows and doors will prevent a breach, which are the most common entry points. The system will even let you know when there has been an attempt to access the security system control panel.
You know those movies where burglars disable the power, so the home security system does not cause a problem? Well, do not worry about that because systems have evolved to carry a backup battery. The central goal of a system is to prevent intrusion and in most cases, fire. The above necessary features ensure these goals are achieved.