Home Security Systems
One of the things that many people fear is their home being burglarized. My aunt was one of those people. She is seventy-four and has lived alone since my uncle has died. Although, she claimed to feel safe, she had some concerns. If someone broke into her home while she was gone, or, heaven forbid, if she was there and were hurt what would she do? She received one of those flyers from a company that said it would not only sell you home security systems, but will install it for you. My aunt is not a rich woman, so of course, she was worried about the cost. It was between her concern about money or concern about her safety. She choose her safety. In fact, there was no need to choose between the two because the company’s home security systems were affordable.
My aunts’ payment for the security system was manageable, and the security system was easy to use. Once it was installed, all my aunt had to do was push a button to turn on the home security system at night. She can tell it was on because a light would turn green. In the morning, she would push the same button to turn it off. The home security system was sensitive enough that it can detect movement on the ground floor of my aunt’s home. It also sounded an alarm if the front door was opened in the middle of the night. My aunt likes the home security system so much she always says,” that if she moves she is taking it with her.”
A home security system can be a good way to make you feel safe and to protect your family. For my aunt, finding that flyer on her home’s security door lead to something helpful. For others it might be seeing a television commercial, hearing a radio ad, or surfing the internet and finding an advertisement about a home security system to find one that is right for you. There are many home security systems for the home to choose from, and the one you choose for yourself you need to be comfortable with.
My cousin always says that, “When he is not there to take care of my aunt he knows her home security system is there to do it,” and my aunt always agrees saying, “It was God’s ways of telling her she would be okay.”