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Alarming noises

Alarming noises

Burglars dislike noise: it attracts attention. Audible alarms are recommended over silent alarms and reliable alarms should include:

A battery-powered fail-safe back-up
A rearming capability and siren timer shut-off
Read-out ability to check that the system works
A siren sounding device that can be installed on the exterior of the home to alert neighbours of possible intrusion.
Some modern alarms will alert a dispatcher at a central office of a potential threat to your property. The dispatcher can then, in turn, alert police once he has established that it is not a false alarm. This type of alarm is usually offered on a monthly or annually subscription basis.

Decals (included with most alarm systems) that advise would-be burglars of an alarm system on the premises should be placed in highly visible spots on windows and doors.

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