Monday, August 24, 2009

Protect Our Valuables Through Home Alarm

Few months ago, we lost one dog; the one that we can depend on our house security. Though we still have two dogs left, but one is too old that he can hardly run and the other is too small. With all those terrible news we hear and see in the television, we can’t help but worry about the house security. We used to leave the house for five to six house and we don’t worry a bit because Bud was there. Few days ago, a friend just reported that somebody broke into their house and took their valuable things and their savings. I can see in her eyes the trauma that she felt. We don’t want that to happen to us. We just bought a couple of 50” plasma TV; things like these and along with our jewelry collection and family heirlooms, these are not very easy to acquire and too hard to let go, we don’t want a burglar will benefit from them.
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It is about time to have our house protected. ADT is known as the home alarm expert . They are devoted to give their clients their excellent service and peace of mind at any time at all. ADT will help us avoid that traumatic incident that others had and we can leave our home with peace of mind any time at all. Visit their website for more detailed information.

12 comments:

Sidney said...

It is worth to have a home alarm those days...

Denise said...

Great idea.

Kev said...

It's worth investing in a security system. I've also installed an ADT system in my home, and I don't live in the U.S. - crime rates in my country is bad too.

cheers!

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Grace, home alarms are good to have. If you have a big rear garden or compound, a couple of geese good to have, apart from their eggs, they make very good security guards. They don't like strangers!

Regret to read you lost your dog? I am wondering how? Still a puppy?
If you can afford it, get a Doberman...get it trained not to accept food from anyone, except your home people.

I had two huge Doberman's long ago...named, 'Whisky', and 'Brandy'....cropped ears and real mean, man eaters! They don't take prisoners!
Where I lived, I was alone then, large bungalow house and garden....I was hardly home.
Had a matured live-in maid to keep house and look after my dogs....

As well I had my MGB sports car parked under the porch...
Most of the homes had been robbed or burgled, and that time an 'orang minyak' was on the prowl, robbing and raping women,...

My house was the only one never been robbed.
My 2 dogs are kept indoors at night and God help anyone try to break in.
And thieves and crooks know better than to fool around with Dobermans.

You keep well and stay safe, mabuhay, Lee.

Duni said...

Hi Grace!

we only have a fake alarm. Hahaha. Here the neighbours watch out for each other...

have a nice day,

Duni

Joops said...

this is very important especially on places where crime rate is terribly high..

Dennis said...

Buurglaries are rampant also in our place. It never used to be like this except lately. Burglars broke one house and then another one and another one. It really concerns us. In fact many of our neighbors are thinking of putting a house alarms and some already put the alarms. It is really scary. Hope your doing fine. Don't forget to secure your house and hide your valuables.

blueviolet said...

I grew up with a home alarm system and unfortunately my brothers are the ones who kept setting it off. Well, I guess that's better than a burglar.

You're smart to protect your valuables!

jodi said...

so sad that you lost your dog sis, anyway good luck and thanks for the visit

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Grace, your this posting brought to mind my own bad experience.
As well your this posting prompted my new post....drop by when free. Mabuhay, Lee.

Jennifer said...

My husband and I have been talking about getting an alarm and checking out ADT! How cool that you are posting about them! Now we'll definitely have to check them out! ;-)

Thanks for stopping by my blog the today!

Rebecca Jo said...

I've had ADT for the past 10 years... definitely feel safer with it! (& we have 4 dogs on TOP of the alarm!)