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FrontPoint Security's 3 Point Game Plan Protects Your Home Like a Champion(March 30, 2011)
McLean, VA (Vocus/PRWEB) March 30, 2011
The basketball teams for this years Final Four tournament are busy counting down to tip off. While they plan for the big game, countless criminals are also looking for a big win when you arent home. These opportunistic criminals will take advantage of the millions of homes left empty during Final Four gatherings and parties.
If youre traveling to a friends house or your local bar to watch this weekends Final Four, be sure to diagram a good home defense. FrontPoint Security, the leader in DIY alarms and wireless home security systems, offers a three point game plan to help all basketball fans keep their homes safer from burglars.
POINT #1: DEFENSE
Basketball players study their opponent for any weakness that may help them win the game. Unfortunately, todays criminals often do the same, casing a home to see when a house might be empty (like during a big sporting event), or to identify the easiest way to gain entry. Smart burglars may even target houses with home security systems, cutting the phone line to disable any alarm before entering. Like any good coach, you need to use the best defense, cellular-based home security. With a cellular alarm system, cutting the phone line does not disable the security system, making it nearly impossible for a burglar to defeat.
POINT #2: INTERACTIVE
More than ever before, fans enjoy interacting with all the facts and statistics that are available for tournament games. CBS even offers an amazing app for the iPhone and iPad that lets fans stream live video of the games, see instant player stats, view tournament brackets, and more. Now, that same kind of interactivity is available off the court - for your house. With FrontPoint, you can stream live video from your home, receive alerts whenever a sensor is triggered, even control lights, locks, and thermostats all with an app available for the iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, or Android. Interactive security keeps you in touch with your home 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
POINT #3: ASSISTS
Every coach knows that a selfish team wont go far in any tournament. How often each player passes the ball to help a teammate score is often one of the most important statistics. With home security, assist is all about customer support. Will the monitoring center call you when an alarm is triggered? Will the alarm company make sure your security system is working, and address any of your questions and concerns? A championship alarm company will always treat customers first so when researching home security, consider only the companies with the best home security reviews. Be sure to check out companies with few complaints (Better Business Bureau, Complaints.com) and many compliments (Yelp, Facebook).
Peace of mind doesnt have to rely on a last second shot. With a stingy defense (like cellular security), interactive features (like alerts and remote control), and assists (5 star customer service), your home can be better protected. Check out FrontPoint Security, so you can worry less about defending your home, and spend more time cheering for your favorite team.
About FrontPoint Security
FrontPoint Security is the leading nationwide provider of interactive, wireless alarm systems. FrontPoint combines next generation technology with remarkable simplicity and commitment to service resulting in a safer and unique customer experience. With customers in all fifty states and Canada, FrontPoint Security is one of the fastest growing alarm companies in North America. FrontPoint is a GE Security Authorized Dealer and Alarm.coms Preferred Dealer for no-hassle security solution. For more information, please visit http://www.FrontPointSecurity.com or call 866-252-7630 / (866) ALARM 30.
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