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3 Benefits of a Security System

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Don’t let the cost of installing a new security system in your home deter you; the benefits far outweigh the cost. Installing a security system in your home is an investment in your property and in the well-being of your family. Here are just a few of the benefits of installing a security system in your home.

 

Family Protection

Rest easy knowing your family and possessions are secured 24/7. In the event of a break-in, fire, or medical emergency, help is just a matter of seconds away. With easy-to-read buttons, police and ambulance are at your fingertips, and the two-way voice system connects you to a real person during your emergency.

Even if you are away from home, across town or across the globe, access to your home is just a click away. Not sure if you locked the door? Lock and unlock doors remotely from your wireless device. With today’s advanced systems, you can monitor your home and family from afar with live video streaming and instant alerts sent straight to your mobile device.

 

Save on Insurance and Power

Did you know that you can save money on your homeowner’s insurance by having a monitored security system in your home? Some insurance companies have been known to discount insurance rates by up to 20%. You can also save on your home energy bills by changing the thermostat and turning off lights while you are away from home. Are you away from home most of the year? Adjust your home’s heating and air conditioning for extreme weather and seasonal changes right from your mobile device. With savings like that, your security system will practically pay for itself.

 

Crime Deterrent

A home security system not only protects your home, but your neighborhood as well. Crime statistics show that neighborhoods with more alarm systems per block have lower crime rates. Thieves are actually deterred by the number of homes on your street with alarms systems. This is also a plus when it comes to the resale value on your home. A home with an advanced security system and video surveillance in a safe neighborhood is a huge selling point for potential buyers.

These are just a few of the benefits that come with installing a security system in New Orleans. Consult your local experts at Alarm Protection Services today and have peace of mind the next time you leave home.

Recent Results

June 2017

  • State v. H.D.J.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: McCormick Magistrate Court
    • Facts: Client was involved in a traffic collision
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. M.T.R.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Laurens County Magistrate Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for a traffic violation
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. S.L.C.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Laurens County Magistrate Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for swerving (Breath test: .20)
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. P.D.R.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Laurens County Magistrate Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for speeding
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Speeding”
  • State v. P.D.R.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Laurens County Magistrate Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped at a Traffic Safety Checkpoint
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. P.D.R.

    • Charge: DUI, Open Container
    • Court: Laurens County Magistrate Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for driving at an extremely low rate of speed
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client pays a fine for the “Open Container” ticket
  • State v. C.D.P.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Greenville Municipal Court
    • Facts: Client was involved in a one-car accident
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. M.G.D.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Greenville Municipal Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for speeding and making an improper turn
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. F.D.H.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Greenville Municipal Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped after striking a curb and a light pole
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. D.G.M.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Greenville Municipal Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for driving without headlights at night
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. M.M.W.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Greenville Municipal Court
    • Facts: Client was involved in a two-vehicle collision
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. W.M.L.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Greenville Municipal Court
    • Facts: Client was involved in a three-vehicle collision (Breath test: .14)
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. C.L.T.

    • Charge: DUI, Speeding (66/45)
    • Court: Greenville Municipal Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for speeding, 66 mph in a 45 mph zone (Breath test: .15)
    • Result: DUI dismissed, Speeding dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. M.J.G.

    • Charge: DUI, Speeding (66/45)
    • Court: Fairview/Austin Summary Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for speeding, 55 mph in a 40 mph zone
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. W.J.A.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Pickens County Summary Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for failing to stop at a Road Check (Breath test: .16)
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. R.H.S.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Fairview/Austin Summary Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for speeding (Breath test: .10)
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. V.R.M.

    • Charge: DUI, Endangering Service Personnel
    • Court: Chick Springs Summary Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for driving 45 mph past a stopped police vehicle with its blue lights on
    • Result: DUI dismissed, Endangering Service Personnel dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Driving too fast for conditions”
  • State v. H.R.A.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Fairview/Austin Summary Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for drifting over the lane dividing lines (Breath test: .18)
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Driving too fast for conditions”
  • State v. S.S.L.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Laurens County Magistrate Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for speeding
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives tickets for “Speeding” and “Driving too fast for conditions”
  • State v. B.R.E.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Fairview/Austin Summary Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for a traffic violation
    • Result: DUI dismissed
  • State v. T.L.R.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Laurens County Magistrate Court
    • Facts: Client was involved in a one-car accident (Breath test: .22)
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. K.M.M.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Fairview/Austin Summary Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped after police received a tip about a reckless driver
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. H.S.B.

    • Charge: DUI, Speeding, Open Container
    • Court: Greer Municipal Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for speeding
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client pays a fine for “Speeding” and “Open Container” tickets
  • State v. R.E.K.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Greenville Municipal Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped for failing to stop at a red light
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. S.S.R.

    • Charge: DUI, Leaving the Scene with Personal Injuries
    • Court: Chick Springs Summary Court
    • Facts: Client was stopped after leaving the scene of a collision
    • Result: DUI dismissed, Leaving the Scene dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. M.R.S.

    • Charge: DUI 2nd offense
    • Court: Greenville Court of General Sessions
    • Facts: Client was involved in a two-vehicle collision
    • Result: DUI 2nd offense dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. R.J.L

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Laurens County Magistrate
    • Facts: Client was involved in a single car collision
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. M.S.M.

    • Charge: DUI, Simlile liossession of Marijuana
    • Court: Sliartanburg County Magistrate Court
    • Facts: Client was stolilied for slieeding
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. L.A.L.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: Cherokee County Magistrate
    • Facts: Client was involved in a single car collision
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”
  • State v. L.R.A.

    • Charge: DUI
    • Court: liickens County Magistrate Court
    • Facts: Client was stolilied for slieeding
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Slieeding”
  • State v. D.E.C.

    • Charge: DUI 2nd
    • Court: City of Greenville
    • Facts: Client was involved two-vehicle collision
    • Result: DUI dismissed; Client receives a ticket for “Reckless Driving”

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