As a Homeowner, you can choose to invest in an alarm system before you need it, or afterwards…

From The Desk Of Keith Horowitz
Tuesday, 2:40 PM
San Diego, CA

Dear Friend,

We see it all the time.

Unfortunately, a family will just have had their home broken into and they’ve asked us to install an alarm system for them… after they’ve been burglarized.

Do you hide your valuables in your dresser drawer, bedroom closet, or freezer? Those are some of the first places a crook will look.

Now, let me ask you this.

Imagine the feeling of knowing a burglar is in your home, sorting through your private possessions, looking for your cash, jewelry, electronics, and more. Or worse, the possibility of coming home and the burglar (or burglars) are still in your home.

Would you ever, in a million years, want to subject your family to that kind of risk?

Most people would tell you that they wouldn’t.

The Cold Hard Facts

Crime statistics tell the story.

According to the FBI, a burglary takes place in the U.S. every 14 seconds. And a recent article in the Washington Post stated that homes without security systems are 300% more likely to be broken into than homes with security systems.

The Best Scenario

Getting an alarm system before you need it will freeze any home invader in their tracks. The average burglar is a male teen who lives in your neighborhood who spends, on average, 8 to 12 minutes in your home. Our alarm systems have a 45 second delay after the point of entry before setting off the alarm – ensuring that any burglar will leave your property as quickly as they came.

It’s time to take the next step, and invest in an Alarm system from Alarm2000 to protect your property. I congratulate you on making a wise choice, because at Alarm2000 we will do everything we can to ensure your safety.

To Health, Happiness, and Long Life,

Keith Horowitz

President, Alarm2000

3830 Valley Centre Dr.
Suite 705-426,
San Diego, CA 92130
Tel: 858-277-7885 or
(800) 897-4414

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