Home Security Systems Phoenix

Being the capital and the largest city in Arizona, Phoenix is also a popular spot for business meetings and conferences by virtue of the abundance of golf courses and hotels. It is also famous for being one of the cleanest cities in the country with beautifully kept highways and well maintained parks. It definitely is a good place to live in.

However, it has its share of problems. Here are a few statistics to give you an idea about crime in Phoenix. (FBI and Neighborhood Scout)

  • A total of 60,777 property crimes were reported in 2012.

  • Almost 41 annual property crimes were reported for every 1000 residents.

  • 29.5% of the property crimes were burglaries.

  • 58.7% were thefts.

  • 11.8% were motor vehicle thefts.

  • Your chances of becoming a victim of property crimes are 1 in 24.

However, if you have a security system the chances of becoming a victim of property crimes could decline. So if you don’t already have one, these statistics suggest that you consider getting one.

Protect your Home in Phoenix

According to the FBI, homes with a security system are 2 to 3 times less likely to be targeted by burglars. In order to secure your home, you can start by evaluating the exterior for all the ways an intruder could approach and attempt to break in. Below are a few entry points and areas that you particularly need to focus on:

  • The Driveway

    This is your first line of defense, with a properly secured drive way you can catch the intruder before he even enters your house. You can use drive way alarms, burglar alarm systems, motion sensors and IR detectors to secure your drive way.

  • The Backyard

    An unattended backyard can provide for an easy entry point for a burglar. You can prevent intrusions by having a well-lit backyard and installing CCTV surveillance cameras, motion detectors and video motion sensors.

  • Front Door

    The front door is used by 34% of the burglars to break in. (FBI) You can use door alarms, contact motion sensors and shock sensors to secure your front door.

Entry points are not limited to the ones mentioned above. However, these areas require special importance when you are making a security system plan for your house.


Population Violent Crime Robbery Aggravated Assault
BurglaryLarceny TheftMurderProperty Crime
*Source: fbi.gov


Q:I understand that my home security system in Phoenix should be tested regularly. How do I do it?

A:Call your monitoring service. They may provide guidance and may let you know if they're getting notifications whenever your alarms goes off. Test the system using the "test" button if it's available, or by manually triggering the alarm in "Ready" mode. It is important that you test your system every month to ensure it is working properly.

Q:Is additional lighting useful in a home security systems in Phoenix AZ?

A:Burglars usually like to work under the cover of darkness. A useful deterrent therefore could be to add lighting in certain key locations and blind spots around your house. Another way to effectively use lighting is by connecting it with any motion sensors you may have. This might scare away burglars or at least let neighbors know something's up.

Q:is there anything I need to do to secure my home before I go on holidays?

A:A. Here are a few things you could do: • Set your lights or appliances (such as TV) on timers to periodically switch on and off. • Ask a trusted neighbor to watch your home while you're gone. • Get someone to collect your mail, newspapers, fliers, etc., to avoid buildup of postage material outside your home. • Have your lawns mowed, your hedges clipped and your sidewalks swept regularly while you're away. • Check all your locks to make sure your doors are secure, and check the windows from outside to see that nothing inside is visible.

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