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Home Security in Baltimore

Your neighborhood may have resembled a war zone last week, and so you’re wondering what to do about the fact your home doesn’t have a security system. There are rampant break-ins. Home invasions. And worse.

Security in Baltimore has become a real problem in recent days. Issues deepening within the Charm City may have already compromised your neighborhood.

According to Angie’s List, your options for top notch guard dog-type home security in Baltimore  are rather limited. Out of more than 450 companies in the Charm City, only 74 received a positive review.

And of those 74, Frontpoint Home Security was the only Charm City company to have received not only a five-star rating–but an endorsement from Angie’s List.

Listed as Baltimore’s “Big Deal,” the company currently has a steal of a deal going on. For just $199, receive the “Ultimate Home Security System,” complete with a control panel, 10 window and door sensors, two motion sensors and one glass break sensor.

As a rental home owner, knowing your investment is safe and secure will bring you peace of mind. The added feature of an alarm system also shows as an upgrade to your rental, making your home a more desirable property and potentially bringing in a higher rent. It can also save you money by reducing your insurance premiums on your home.

For Baltimore residents who probably just had to endure one of the most trying times in their city’s history, any good news is welcome. And so for homeowners in the Charm City, there are still good home security options available–especially during this time of need.

Before you have your company of choice install your home security system, be sure to ask the following questions. Do you want it monitored–as is the case with Frontpoint’s deal–or unmonitored? Cellular or wired? Does monitoring include fire, smoke, and other types of emergencies?

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