Congratulations on sticking with us this long!You should now have a thorough understanding of home security, feel confident in your decisions thanks to your research and having remained in control throughout the sales process, have a fully functional alarm system that you’re actively using, and are leveraging your security company’s customer service team as needed. We want to leave you with a couple important reminders: Test your system per your contract so your equipment warranty remains valid. Don’t forget the renewal date and terms of your contract. Many companies will not notify you of an upcoming renewal because they are scared notifying customers will remind them to cancel and they are hoping you will forget. Make sure you continue to use your system, don’t let it become an expensive and ineffective paper weight. You pay for the system, don’t let it only provide a false sense of security. It defeats the purpose of having an actively monitored system if you are not doing your part we encourage you to utilize interactive features such as, remote access, mobile alerts, geofencing features, and streaming video. After all of this, if you want to continue your education in home security explore our Learning and Resource Center for more. Are you planning to move to Georgia aka “Peach State”?If yes, you would be surprised to know that Georgia is ranked among the top states for business and careers CNBC, and is a great destination for retirees looking for a tax friendly place to settle Chicago Tribune. But every coin has two sides. Did you know that Georgia is home to some of the most crime ridden cities in the nation?Forbes Magazine has ranked Atlanta, Georgia, in its list for “top dangerous cities” in the US.
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It’s 7. 58pm and by the time you hang up your coat, take off your shoes and sit down in the living room, it’s time for the basketball game. The television turns one. You dismiss the notification that the television had been recording the pre game show, and start to watch, but a beep from the kitchen stops you and impels you to enter. It’s your refrigerator, reminding you that there are three perfectly chilled beers inside. You’ll grab one beer and something to eat, but a display on the outside informs you that the leftovers are probably bad by now.