Home Security Systems in Milwaukee Reviewed and Ranked by the Security Professionals at ConsumerResearchers.org

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ConsumerResearchers.org has carried out research in order to rank the best home security system companies in Milwaukee. Residents of the city can now benefit from an independent resource to refer to when in the market for a home security system.

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The largest city in the state of Wisconsin and the 30th largest in the United States, Milwaukee is known as a cultural and economical hub in the state and has an estimated population of 599,395 people according to NeighborhoodScout. However, the city was dealt a devastating blow in November 2013 when Forbes scored it as the 10th most dangerous city to live in the United States. This ranking is supported by the 6,977 burglaries that Milwaukee suffered in 2012 alone, as reported by city-data.com. This indicates that the citizens of Milwaukee aren’t taking enough preventative measures to ensure that their homes are kept safe and secure.

With such startling reports, ConsumerResearchers.org has released an innovative new research ranking system in a bid to encourage residents of the city to find a great home security system, helping them to protect their homes from opportunist burglars.

View the full rankings here: http://www.consumerresearchers.org/home-security-systems/milwaukee/.

With an accolade such as the tenth most dangerous city to live in, residents need to understand that they have a level of power that can change this rating and help to improve the safety of their city as a whole. NeighborhoodScout dubbed the city as being just 4 out 100 on the crime rating scale, with 100 viewed as the safest.

Just by installing a good home security system, not only are they protecting their belongings, but they are providing somewhere safe to live for the families, meaning they can sleep soundly a night without the threat of their home coming under attack. If all residents took this one step forward, there is no reason why the crime rating for the city of Milwaukee can’t drop to a respectable level.

ConsumerResearchers.org is a group of dedicated professionals who strive to analyze data in order to deliver clear and succinct ranking systems to the consumer. All reviews are completely impartial and unsponsored, meaning that the consumer can use the site as a way of gauging what the best system for them will be, without any pressure or obligation.

The professionals behind ConsumerResearchers.org believe that the system is a great way of offering residents a start off point when they are in the market for a new system; buying an alarm for a home can be a daunting task as it is something that residents do so infrequently, but once people are armed with the right information, it’s something that will hopefully only have to happen once in their lifetime.

Coming in first was Frontpoint, who managed a perfect score of 10/10 that took varying aspects of service into consideration, including how well the system was monitored and what standard of accreditation was placed on it, as well as what the fee would cost each month. ADT managed a respectable second place with an equal score of 10/10, but for different credentials that would suit a different consumer. Protect America, Life Shield and Vivint came in 3rd, 4th and 5th.

To view the complete rankings visit http://www.consumerresearchers.org/home-security-systems/milwaukee/.

Spokesperson Ed Mitchell said: "It’s sad that Forbes has given Milwaukee a rating as low as this, but it is important to remember that residents do have a level of power to improve this.

“Starting at their very own homes is a great way of making their neighborhood safe, which in turn will encourage others to do the same.

“ConsumerResearchers is a group of people who just want to help to improve the safety of America and we never put any pressure on the visitors to our site to purchase a system, we just give them the right information about what systems are out there.

“By residents taking responsibility for their own properties, they will be gradually able to take control of making their neighborhoods safer placers to live, greatly contributing to the city as a whole.”

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