Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) May 01, 2014
The city of Oklahoma is one of the largest in the United States and despite its size, is known for being a tight nit city where everybody has a real sense of southern community. NeighborhoodScout documented Oklahoma as having a population of 595,542 and out of that figure, 35,660 people fell victim to some form of property crime, indicating that the people of the Oklahoma need to improve their ways of protecting their homes sooner, rather than later.
With a figure that doesn’t seem to be lowering anytime soon, ConsumerResearchers.org has released brand new research rankings to residents in a bid to help them find a great home security system, a move which could help to reduce the amount of property crimes that the city sees on an annual basis.
NeighborhoodScout has a rating system, whereby cities are ranked in regards to how safe they are to live in. The website gave Oklahoma a measly rating of just 3 out of 100, with 100 deemed the safest, making it a safer place to live than just 3% of the rest of the United States.
With figures that are so shocking, it is extremely important that citizens take a stringent approach towards the protection of their homes in order to ensure that they don’t fall victim to opportunist burglars and become another crime statistic.
Based on impartial reviews and advice that is generated by a group of dedicated professionals who strive to analyze data thoroughly, ConsumerResearchers.org places great importance on the ability of the consumer to find the best home security system for them.
The site never places any pressure or obligation on users and welcomes consumers to browse the completely unsponsored listings in order to decide what home security system suits them best. ConsumerResearchers.org believes that the latest rankings of systems will go a long way to help the residents of Oklahoma to fight back against burglars by protecting their homes effectively.
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.
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Spokesperson Ed Mitchell said: "At ConsumerResearchers, we feel that is really important that citizens feel safe in their own homes, without second guessing their security measures.
“We understand that looking for a home security system can be a daunting task and we want to ensure that people are well informed before they make a purchase as important as this.
“By forwarding on the information that we have researched to users of our site, we believe that we are helping increase the safety of Oklahoma."