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About four weeks after the alarm system was installed my house was burglarized and the alarm never went off. My husband and I called numerous times to find out why the system failed. After the fourth or fith time my husband was to the system was not working since July second and our home was burglarized on July 5th and no one from Silverline called to inform us of the system being down and my home was unsecured. What am I paying for. My attorney has been contacted and informed us that they broke the contract and owe us the money paired for the service and we will in small claims court. WARNIG: Do not get pulled into the scam!We lost a lot and are in danger of Identity theft.

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Some alarm installers recommend eliminating window transmitters and installing motion sensors instead. These sensors are similar to the motion detectors that turn on outdoor floodlights. That approach can cut costs, but we don’t recommend it. Motion sensors cause the majority of false alarms. Worse, they detect burglars only after they’ve entered your home. That can create a dangerous situation where you come face to face with a burglar in your hallway. Door and window transmitters are the only way to detect break ins immediately. Don’t let anyone convince you that motion detectors alone are a substitute for them. Glass breakage sensors are available too, but are optional. Most burglars only break glass in order to unlock a door or window. Then, when they open the door or window, a standard transmitter will detect the entry.

 

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That means there's a burglary about every 30 seconds. These numbers alone help build the case for implementing a good security system in your home, but they aren't the only reason for the urgency. After all, burglars don't discriminate. "Criminals are creatures of opportunity and wherever there's an opportunity to strike, they will, be it in a big city or small suburb," says Lee Walters, founder of FortifyMyHouse. com, a home security education website. Even if you feel like you live in a "safe neighborhood," you ought to have some type of security system. Burglars tend to avoid houses with security systems. According to a University of North Carolina at Charlotte survey of convicted burglars, 83 percent said they would try to determine if an alarm were present before attempting a burglary, and 60 percent said they would seek an alternative target if there was an alarm. You don't have to be wealthy to afford a home security system. "Ten or 15 years ago, systems were at a price point where they were difficult to afford, but now there are a ton of affordable options for homeowners on any budget," says Merlin Guilbeau, executive director and chief executive of the Electronic Security Association. There are also financial advantages.