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Vancouver, British Columbia – ADT Home Security Systems and Wireless Home Alarms

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Vancouver Home Security: The benefits of an ADT security system

Although Vancouver has a low crime rate, in comparison to other large cities in North America, residents enjoy the benefits of an ADT monitored home security system to offer added protection and peace of mind. A 24 hour ADT monitored alarm offers the dispatch and quick response of local Vancouver municipal emergency services. Many residents of this city value the protection provided from a home alarm with a low monitoring rate that is often less than the cost of their daily cup of coffee.

ADT Home Security Vancouver: Benefits of choosing the right alarm company

Choosing an Alarm provider can be easy. First, check to see if the company you are considering is listed with the Better Business Bureau. Do they have an A+ rating? How long has the alarm company been in business? Make sure you will be dealing with a company that has a proven service record to ensure they will be there in the future in case service is required. Most importantly ask your neighbours, friends and family if they have experience with the alarm company you are considering. Fellow Vancouverites real life experience offer opinions you can trust to help make your decision process easier and more informed.

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Wireless Home Security Systems: ADT Home alarms have become more connected

The smart home is here and home alarms are being connected to phones, computers, home lighting and even your appliances. The ADT Pulse security system keeps homeowners plugged in and allow them to manage their home alarm remotely. In addition, wireless IP cameras can be added to the ADT Pulse security system to increase the safety of your home. With traditional security systems, homeowners typically turn them on before they leave their homes. New interactive systems enable consumers to arm and disarm home security systems from smartphones, iPads and PCs, no matter where they are. That’s useful to let in the baby sitter, for instance, and to make sure the system is turned back on after he or she leaves. No need to give out keys or alarm system codes.

 

Break and entry crime is changing. A recent report from Global News documented the recent increase of break-ins occurring when residents were home and often sleeping. Police said whoever was responsible got into the homes through unlocked windows or by breaking into cars, using the garage door opener and entering through unlocked garage doors. Those who have an ADT home alarm and display a yard sign along with window stickers often deter a break-in attempt. The thief’s top concern is to avoid detection and the presence of a home alarm provides a major obstacle to their success.

The greater Vancouver area is the third most populous metropolitan area in the country. Vancouver is Canada’s most diverse city with 52% of its residents having a first language other than English. Originally named Gastown, the town grew around a logging sawmill and a nearby tavern, both established in 1867. With the announcement that the railhead would reach the site it was renamed “Vancouver” and incorporated as a city in 1886.Vancouver takes pride in avidly supporting their local sports teams, but their hockey team remains the favourite.