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Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) May 19, 2014
The largest city in the state of Minnesota and nicknamed the ‘City of Lakes’, Minneapolis is a city associated with a beautiful scenery and a bustling lifestyle that offers residents the very best of both worlds. However, recent studies by NeighborhoodScout have shown the city to be lacking in the crime department, with a total of 19,888 property crimes carried out in 2012 alone.
In a bid to maintain the safety of Minneapolis and reduce these figures, independent company ConsumerResearchers has released the rankings of the best home security systems in the city to help residents choose the system that is best for them.
View the home security rankings here: http://www.consumerresearchers.org/home-security-systems/minneapolis/.
Many citizens don’t understand the level of control that they have over deterring burglars; whilst they will always be a problem as crime is one of the oldest ‘industries’ in the world, residents can help to lower figures by simply taking a more pro-active approach to their individual home security.
A good home security system will not only ensure the protection of material valuables, but also ensure that families are protected from opportunist burglars. If everybody became a little more stringent in regards to the security of their homes, the trend of property crime in the city of Minneapolis would decrease dramatically.
Coming from a group of dedicated professionals who endeavour to methodically analyze data in order to generate accurate results, ConsumerResearchers.org is a site that instils confidence into the consumer so that they make the best choice when choosing their home security system.
The company strives to give consumers the most up to date information and is never paid in return for conducting a review; all results on the site are completely genuine, meaning that consumers can shop with complete peace of mind and under no pressure.
ConsumerResearchers.org analyse the products with the sole aim of helping residents to feel like their home safety is never compromised.
Frontpoint stole the top spot with a perfect score of 10/10 that took into account the varying aspects of service including accreditation standard, how well the system is monitored and the overall price. ADT came in second place, also with a score of 10/10 that covered credentials that were different to Frontpoint and would suit a different consumer. Protect America, Life Shield and Vivint came in third, fourth and fifth consecutively.
View the complete rankings at http://www.consumerresearchers.org/home-security-systems/minneapolis/.
Spokesperson Ed Mitchell said: “It is shocking how many people believe that they have no power over burglaries occurring in their neighbourhoods and we want to educate them on just how easy it is for them to reduce the likelihood of them occurring.
“A home security system is something that will last for years and once residents have chosen one, they won’t have to think about it again for a very long time.
“At ConsumerResearchers, we understand that choosing a system can be daunting as it’s not something that happens very often, so our aim is to make the process as easy as possible.
“By equipping people with the right information to choose their system, we believe that we can help to reduce crime ratings in Minneapolis.”