According to Forbes, “The most recent FBI data shows that the South-Central states are worst affected with New Mexico experiencing the highest rate in 2016. It had 830.4 instances per 100,000 inhabitants, something that isn’t too surprising to many experts, considering how the Mexican drug trade passes through the state, especially Albuquerque. Arkansas came second on the FBI’s list with 795.5 burglaries per 100,000 inhabitants while Mississippi was third with 781.4. New York had the lowest rate of burglary per 100,000 inhabitants in 2016 with 201.7.”

Here’s the truth, though. It doesn’t matter where you live because your home can still become a target for intruders and thieves. Even if you live in a state or region that boasts the lowest levels of crime and burglaries, your home and family still deserve protection. Fortunately, there are plenty of security system options to choose from. As you begin your search for a system that complements your budget, needs, and preferences, there’s a good chance you’re going to come across ADT, a leader in the home security industry. Let’s take a quick look at ADT security systems and what you can expect in 2019.

Optimal Home Security

Purchasing a home security system through ADT means you’ll have more than 140 years of experience in your corner. The company’s highly-skilled experts understand the intricacies of home security and know how to build and install a system that can meet all of your precise needs. Almost all of the system’s boast the following components:

  • Security keypads
  • Motion detectors
  • Door and window sensors
  • Glass break sensors
  • Key fob with a panic button


Security Keypad

A security keypad with backlit panels makes it easy to view any information scrolling across the screen of the keypad device. It also makes it simple to type in the correct code when arming and disarming the system. Thanks to the keypad’s use of today’s latest technology, it can easily be synced with a variety of home automation devices, which allows you to create a home security system that gives you access to full home automation. You can even use the system to control lighting, remotely shut and open the garage door, remotely lock and unlock doors, and much more. And with around-the-clock professional guidance from ADT, you can rest easy knowing someone is always available to help if you are having trouble with the system.

Motion Detectors

Motion detectors are vital to the overall effectiveness of a security system. When installed properly, they can provide wide coverage and will send you custom alerts and notifications. If the system consists of a video camera, the custom alerts can even be tagged with video clips. More so, the detectors can be set up to turn on the lights if they detect activity. If you have pets in the home, there’s no need to fret about your furry friend accidentally triggering a motion detector. A professional technician can install the detectors to ensure they are pet-friendly.

Door, Window, and Glass Break Sensors

A security system worth investing in will always include door, window, and glass break sensors. Ideally, these sensors will be placed on all entry and exit points, as well as every window on the first floor of the home, which tends to be a prime target for burglars. According to Crime Prevention Security Systems, “Windows are the most fragile point of entry in most homes, and many homeowners think of this as a potential safeguard against burglars. But unfortunately, the sound of breaking glass is unlikely to catch the attention of a neighbor; most people will ignore the sound of a window breaking if they only hear it once. But sometimes, a burglar doesn’t even have to break a window to get through it. Many windows are simply left unlatched or do not have strong enough locks to keep a determined burglar out.” With glass break sensors, you automatically get alerted if the glass in one of your windows has been shattered. This type of protection will allow you to sleep better at night knowing an alarm will sound if an intruder tries to break in.


Key Fobs With Panic Button

This is the part of the security system that you can keep on you at all times. Even when you’re sleeping, you can keep it under your pillow or on your nightstand. A simple press of the panic button can activate the system to sound an alarm, which is especially helpful if you suspect someone breaking into the home.


To learn more about home security systems, please contact Protect America today for a free quote. And don’t forget to ask about receiving up to $1,400 in free equipment.