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ADT Home security motion detectors

ADT Home security motion detectors have been around for over twenty years. In my small neighborhood (Arizona ADT Home Security) as a child, at least five houses had one light or more attached to a home security motion detector. We kids liked to learn how large their area of home security detection was so we could ride by with our bikes and set them off to annoy their owners and the houses next door with the bright light. As the years went by and the technology became more advanced, and the home security sensors were less “trigger happy” at any vehicle that drove by. My parents never wanted one because they feared that any animal crossing the yard would set off the lights and wake us up in the middle of the night. They did not seem to care about the added home security that a home security motion sensor light would add. Perhaps they didn't realize that a burglar's main goal is to go unnoticed, perhaps they didn't care.

When I got older and started to come home after dark, I realized that I would really like to have a light to help me get the key in the door. Being a minor conservationist, I didn’t want a light to be left on for hours until I got home to turn it off. I ended up getting a small light on my key chain to assist me in seeing enough to unlock the door. That solved the problem temporarily. I couldn't understand why they still didn't see the need for a home security motion sensor activated light. I vowed that someday when I have a house, I'll make sure I have one installed in my home so I don't have to struggle in the dark to unlock my door.

Today, technology exists that can solve this dilemma of home security sensors that go off when you don't want them to. Heat detectors, or infrared lights are far more advanced than the sensors of my youth. Small animals, such as feral cats or raccoons, do not set of the detectors. Swaying trees or bushes also will not set off the detectors. It takes only the movement of an animal large enough to set off the multiple sensors to make the light go off.

It is known that installing home security motion or home security heat sensor lights to your home can decrease your chances of a break in or robbery. It is a simple and inexpensive first step in the long line of home security arsenal.

Arizona – ADT Home Security

I’ve lived in Arizona my whole life and have had several home security system and detectors installed in the various home I’ve lived in. Of all of them I would choose ADT Home Security in Arizona.

 
 
 
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