Philadelphia (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
Dubbed the City of Brotherly Love and coming in as the fifth most populous city in the United States, many would presume that Philadelphia is a city that wouldn’t score highly in the crime stakes. However, the city ranks at a measly 9 out of 100 on a safe place to live scale, with 100 being the safest; it seems that residents of Philadelphia need to do more to share the brotherly love.
Independent company ConsumerResearchers.org has released the rankings of the best home security systems in the city in a bid to encourage residents to step up their game and warn off burglars.
View the home security rankings here: http://www.consumerresearchers.org/home-security-systems/new-york/
According to cityrating.com, the burglary statistic for Philadelphia in 2010 was 10,796. The projected figure for 2014 is 11,531, indicating that the crime rates in the city are rising instead of falling. In order to stop the number rising even further, residents of the city need to purchase a home security system that will keep their home safe both when it is empty and when they are at home.
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 score of 10/10 and varying aspects of service including accreditation standard, how well the system is monitored and price were all investigated in order to get it at the top of the table. ADT came in second, closely followed by Protect America, Life Shield and Vivint.
View the complete rankings at http://www.consumerresearchers.org/home-security-systems/houston/.
Spokesperson Ed Mitchell said: "It’s a sad sign of the times that crime rates tend to be on the rise as opposed to decreasing, but I’m surprised that the level is so high in a city as friendly as Philadelphia.
"At ConsumerResearchers.org, we offer residents of the city the opportunity to log on and see a comprehensive break down of the various home security companies that are available in their area.
“It is very important to us that all of our work is organic, meaning that we only ever give the consumer a true to life comparison of the companies; everything that we publish is real and not generated as a quip.
“Whilst we are confident that the brotherly love attitude is still alive and well in Philadelphia today, a home security system will serve as a deterrent for those who don’t get on board with the philosophy of the city that loves you back.”