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ADT® Home Security
(888) 564-9618
540 Deadwood Ave
Rapid City, SD
Description
Get a Security System for Just $99! Protect Your Home and Call ADT® Home Security Today.
Phone Hours
MON - FRI 9:00AM - 11:00PM; SAT 9:00AM - 6:00PM; SUN CLOSED

Mountain States Security Inc
(605) 343-7448
306 Main St # 5
Rapid City, SD
 
A Plus Systems A Plus Security Inc
(605) 388-0925
2650 Jackson Boulevard
Rapid City, SD
 
ADT® Home Security
(888) 564-9618
540 Deadwood Ave
Rapid City, SD
Description
Get a Security System for Just $99! Protect Your Home and Call ADT® Home Security Today.
Phone Hours
MON - FRI 9:00AM - 11:00PM; SAT 9:00AM - 6:00PM; SUN CLOSED

Unlimited Audio Inc
(605) 366-2222
3511 W 57th St
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Armstrong Extinguisher Svc Inc
(605) 341-3473
2609 Bridge View Dr
Rapid City, SD
 
Rushmore Extinguisher Svc
(605) 342-7111
2843 Samco Rd # Y
Rapid City, SD
 
Black Watch Inc
(605) 341-8787
4447 S Canyon Rd
Rapid City, SD
 
Alarm & Communications Systems
(301) 663-4874
504 East Church Street
Frederick, SD
 
Absolute Detective & Bodyguard
(605) 334-2043
601 S 1st Ave # 101
Sioux Falls, SD
 

Cottage Security Systems

Yes, a cottage is just a house scaled down, and home security systems are the same as cottage security sytems. However, it is a house that is often in an isolated area where there are few full-time residents. That means criminals do have an opportunity to get in and do what they want long before anyone can respond to an alarm.

That time delay emboldens many burglars. It isn't uncommon for burglars to set fire to a house or cottage after ransacking it. They may be attempting to cover up their actions or they may not be satisfied with just stealing something. Their criminal intent may go beyond stealing a microwave or TV you've left there during the week, or over the winter when you hardly visit at all.

For cottages, you will want to have sturdy secure door locks and a very loud burglar alarm siren that is difficult to disarm. Studies show that burglars do not like loud sirens. Vibration detectors might be an excellent way to detect someone trying to physically break through a door, window or wall. The early sounding siren may be enough to discourage them before they actually do break in.

Of course, you should never leave anything in your cottage that might tempt someone to break in. If a burglar breaks in once successfully and finds something worthwhile, it's almost a certainty

When developing a home security plan , a homeowner must find the right balance between deterrence and detection. For the average suburban home or apartment, detection - in the form of some kind of alarm or monitoring system - is vital.

For cottages or secondary properties, however, deterrence is more important. The distance of a cottage or rural property from neighbors or law enforcement can make securing a second residence a challenge.

Here's a few tips to ensure your property is secure:

Protect Your Windows

  • Fit with secure locks.
  • Use storm glazing when possible.
  • Have dowelling or stop pins in window frames to prevent opening a window more than a few inches.
  • Fit basement windows and ground floor windows with strong locks and security glass.
  • Air conditioners in window frames need to be bolted solidly into the framework.
  • Windows should locked at night and whenever you leave the property. Protect Your Doors With Secure Door Locks
    • Use solid hardwood or metal doors with deadbolt tamper-proof door locks .
    • Do not use double cylinder locks. (If you are locked inside during a fire this can be a hazard and a danger.)
    • Lock bolts need to extend at least one i...

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