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Home Security in New Hampshire

New Hampshire residents are often relieved to know that their chances of becoming a victim of property crime - burglary, theft, or motor vehicle theft - are lower than the national median. However, for the nearly five thousand people who are burglarized in an average year, those statistics are not very reassuring. What can homeowners and renters in New Hampshire do to decrease their likelihood of experiencing such violations of their safety and peace of mind?

Many residents are looking to home security systems as their first line of defense against burglary and home invasion. Most home security systems provide around-the-clock monitoring of all sensors and alarms (window and door sensors, smoke detectors, etc.), but what is gaining most rapidly in popularity is remote-control technology. Using a smartphone, laptop, tablet, or other Internet-connected device, customers can arm or disarm the system, lock and unlock doors, set thermostats, or even see a live camera feed of their homes. For residents of New Hampshire that are often away on vacation or for business reasons, they appreciate the ability to see that everything is safe and sound at home whether they are on the East Coast or Ivory Coast!

Renters too can have the protection of a home security system even if it is not a service offered by their landlords: wireless equipment can be easily installed (and uninstalled), and with no need for it to be wired into the property itself, tenants can use it without the consent of the property owner.

Additionally, users of home security systems should supplement their electronic protection with simple, common sense strategies. This would include making sure to close and lock or latch all doors and windows when leaving home; not allowing snow, mail, or newspapers to accumulate during an extended time away from home; and not making it public knowledge (e.g. Facebook, Twitter) when a vacation or other absence is about to happen.

With smart use of home security systems and simple-to-implement choices, New Hampshire residents can feel confident that they are doing their utmost to keep their families and homes protected.

 

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