Will The Grinch Steal Your Christmas This Season?

November 19, 2009 by admin  
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We will enter the official Holiday Season in eight days.  Black Friday - 11-26-09 - kicks off the biggest shopping day of the year and people will be starting their shopping and bringing all their presents and gifts home to be hidden away until the tree is put up and Santa arrives.  Don’t let the Holiday Grinch steal your families’ Christmas by being negligent with your home security protection.

Can’t you just see the “grinch” home burglars rubbing their hands together with glee as they get ready to go out shopping in your neighborhood and potentially to your home to get their freebie presents and gifts.  You see while you are out shopping or at work the home burglar is also shopping and at work in your neighborhood and communities.

For those people who have Christmas accounts with their financial institutions, they are receiving that money right now to begin their holiday shopping.  Burglars are savvy to this and know you either have cash in your home or with you as you go to the shopping mall.

Two things you should consider this holiday so you don’t become a victim of the Holiday Grinch:

1.  Get your home security protection started now.  Set up a perimeter system that will allow you to be alerted when an uninvited person enters your property.  We recommend the Voice Alert System which tells you in a voice (from a unit inside your home)  that someone has breached your property limits.  This may give you ample warning to respond before an attack happens to your home or a vehicle parked outside.

  • The Voice Alert System can also be setup to turn on outside or inside lights and have an outside siren sound off as well.  This type of reaction may startle the home burglar or intruder especially if he thinks no one is home.
  • Install a home security system that protects all perimeter entry doors, interior motion detectors, vulnerable windows on the main and lower levels (or use extra motion detectors), smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.  Your security system should be connected to a 24/7 monitoring center so police or fire authorities can be alerted if you need help.
  • Double check your deadbolts and update as necessary.  Most home burglary crimes are committed right at the front door - or one of your entry doors.  Make sure your front door is solid and that your deadbolt is a high caliber deadbolt.  The Ultimate Lock has one of the best deadbolt locking systems.

2.  Keep your personal safety a priority as you are doing your holiday shopping, night time entertaining, and just enjoying the season with family and friends.  Keep in mind that even while at the shopping mall it only takes a second for someone to try and steal your purse or packages and be gone into a sea of people.  Be on high alert and stay aware of what is going on around you at all times.

Checkout these two articles for more information on personal safety while shopping this season.

If you live in Northern Indiana/Lower Michigan (Michiana Area) and are in need of home security protection, call 800-699-9238 and give Promo Code A51539 for a $200 Cash Back Rebate.  Be proactive and protect your home and family now for a safe and holiday season.

Have a safe and secure holiday season and don’t let the Grinch steal your families’ Christmas this holiday season!

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2 Responses to “Will The Grinch Steal Your Christmas This Season?”
  1. Courtney says:

    Thanks for the great tips Cheryl! I will keep these things in mind this holiday season!


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