When most of us think of home security we think of money going out the door and not very often do we think of money coming back in. Well that thought process could change once you find out how a home security system can save you money!
Whenever a homeowner sets up a home security system in their home they are adding protection to their home, be it new or old protecting your home can benefit you. How you may ask? Well just like a car alarm on a car can lower your car insurance, so too can a security system on your house lower your homeowners insurance. With the cost of homeowners insurance on the rise, it is a welcomed message for homeowners to hear that not only will they have all the benefits of a home security system but they can also save up to 20% on their homeowners insurance. Why you ask? Because as you probably already know having a safe and secure home reduces the likelihood of a break in causing damage to your home, it also can detect fire and notify the fire department faster than you could on your own. Those are two big reasons why homeowners insurance will extend a generous discount to those who have a home security system with 24/7 professional monitoring for both fire and police.
Another added feature insurance companies appreciate is a thermostat control which allows homeowners to turn up the heat when they are out of town in the winter preventing pipes from bursting and costing thousands of dollars in water damage, that who helps pay for? You guessed it your insurance company. So you can see the many reasons why insurance companies will reward you for having a security system and for those with hefty insurance premiums saving 20% annually, may make paying for the monthly home security service a smarter move than you thought.
It’s time to bring your home into the 21st century, protect your family and save money at the same time. The first step is meeting with a home security specialist who will show you all of the ins and outs of a security system, help you determine the openings to secure so you can sleep safe and sound, and feel protected and connected to your home whether you are home or out of town, and best of all you can say goodbye to those huge insurance premiums.[ad_2]
Source by Margaret Sullivan