home security

by:DIgao     2020-05-28
Installing home safety systems is becoming more and more popular, and it is easy for most people to do this while saving money.
Some home safety companies are demanding a three-year contract for homeowners.
More than half of the British (58 per cent)
According to NOP\'s investigation into insurance company NIG, hand the spare key over to their family and friends.
But when the movers move, the people are not willing to take back their spare keys.
The problem is more serious in a property that is rented or at some point.
The tenant of the will not return the spare key when moving out, which increases the possibility of strangers entering your home.
Adrian Harris, director of NIG, said: \"It is indeed a worrying result for homeowners and insurance companies.
The fact that so many unclaimed keys are in circulation raises significant questions about family safety. \" Nearly three-
Among the people who received the spare key were family members, neighbors and friends.
Despite the security risks, 59 of the respondents said they did not change their locks when they moved into their new home last time.
Harris added: \"These results suggest that it makes sense for any new homeowner to consider replacing their property locks, to ensure that no one who still holds the spare key can return to the property or may want to break in. \"e. g.
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Spammers and malicious hackers ruthlessly attack computer defense systems, hoping that some people do not apply the latest security fixes.
With new technology, it becomes more affordable and easy for people to install their own home safety systems.
In particular, a company that started selling DIY home safety systems after owners were frustrated by the high costs of large national home safety companies.
Code technology security companies are starting to provide systems where you can start and run the system for a few hundred dollars without signing a monitoring contract.
Many people think that if a thief breaks into a house, a simple alarm will stop most people from staying at home.
This is exactly what Code Tech security offers, a wireless system set up by the home owner, and then allows the system to dial up to nine different phone numbers compared to the monitoring system.
Homeowners can allow the system to make phone calls, neighbors, family, friends, etc.
Use your own personal information.
Code Tech security\'s best selling product is a complete wireless alarm system with control panel, dialer, motion detector, 2 door and window sensors and keychain transmitter.
Then the customer adds additional attachments as needed.
For example, most people add more window or door sensors.
Privileged home insurance shows that homeowners in the UK for three quarters either don\'t have an alarm system or are too lazy to turn on the alarm system, and six out of ten forget to ask the merchant for proper identification.
More basic errors are not common, but it is worrying that more than one out of every three people did not change their locks after losing their keys, an insurance company report added, 27 per cent left a spare key outside their house, and one of the five homeowners did not lock doors and windows when leaving home.
And these security mistakes can be expensive at any time.
According to data released today by Churchill Family Insurance, thieves are most likely to attack on Wednesday, losing up to £ 0. 127 billion a week.
\"Our findings indicate that thieves will be targeting families on the evenings and weekends of each week, whether people are at home or not, families need to be kept safe at all times,\" Martin Scott said . \", Churchill head of home insurance.
Friday and Saturday nights are the next most likely time for thieves to strike, while Thursday is at the top of London and the South --east.
\"Burglary can obviously happen at any time, but some simple precautions can really work.
\"Homeowners should always pay attention to the risk of burglary when they go out, and make sure the doors and windows are safe, even if they just visit their neighbors for a few minutes,\" Mr Scott added . \".
The privilege study found that people who owned or rented three quarters said that its safety was very important to them, and four out of ten believed that their property was as safe as possible.
But one of the six people does not know how many have the keys to their home, so there is a gap between perception and reality.
Ian Parker, general manager of privileged home insurance, commented: \"There is a considerable gap between people\'s perception of safety awareness and reality.
Many of us seem to believe that our homes are safe, but we do not take the necessary precautions to keep our homes safe.
\"Privileges create a simple list to help with this.
Insurance companies urge homeowners to never leave home: The Top Ten safety and security mistakes for UK homeowners are: 1.
No or no anti-theft alarm-76 per cent; 2.
Merchant is not required to provide identification59 per cent; 3.
Don\'t bother to leave the lights on when you leave home-48 per cent; 4.
Don\'t check if the appliance was closed when it left the house-46 per cent; 5.
Don\'t bother to change the lock after losing the key37 per cent; 6.
Leave the spare key outside the house27 per cent; 7.
No smoke alarm or no regular check-27 per cent; 8.
Smoke at home or allow others-23 per cent; 9.
Don\'t lock all doors and windows when you leave-18 per cent; 10.
I don\'t know how many people have their keys. 14 per cent.
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