San Diego, California (PRWEB) April 03, 2014
Boasting 70 miles of beautiful beaches and a climate that encourages all year round sunbathing and surfing, San Diego is the second biggest city in California and boasts a relatively respectable crime rating of 27 according to Neighborhood Scout, making it a safer place to live than 27% of the cities in the United States.
Having such a positive crime rating indicates that the people of the city take their safety seriously and it is important not to let this slip. ConsumerResearchers.org has released their latest research rankings of home security systems in San Diego in a bid to ensure that the residents of the city maintain the safety of their homes.
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Despite having a relatively safe crime rating, according to city-data.com, San Diego still had a total of 5,902 burglaries and 1,517 robberies in 2012, figures which are on the up from the previous year of 2011 . If everybody in the city was vigilant with their home security system, these figures would drop annually, as opposed to increase.
ConsumerResearchers.org is founded by meticulous researchers who strive to offer impartial reviews and advice to consumers in order to assist them on their search for a reliable home security system.
All results are completely organic and based on unbiased and unsponsored information, allowing the consumer to make an informed and well rounded decision when it comes to choosing the very best solution that is completely tailored to their requirements. ConsumerResearchers endeavours to help make America a safer place to live by encouraging citizens to be savvy when it comes to home security.
Scoring top of the rankings for San Diego was Frontpoint, which managed to achieve a perfect score of 10/10, which is based on what types of alarm are included in the monthly subscription fee, how the alarm is monitored and the overall accreditation behind the system. Coming in close second place was ADT with an identical score as Frontpoint, but with different credentials that allows it to match varying requirements. Protect America took the bronze in third, followed by Life Shield and Vivint in fourth and fifth place.
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Spokesperson Ed Mitchell said: "It is fantastic that San Diego is seen as quite a safe place to live in the United States and absolutely nothing can beat peace of mind.
“However, it is important that residents don’t take this safety for granted and start to become inconsistent with their home security.
“Thieves can be very opportunist and one momentary lapse can open the door for them to get into a property and help themselves.
“ConsumerResearchers.org offers the people of San Diego the opportunity to choose the ideal home security system for them, meaning that the city can not only stay safe, but benefit from lower crime rates by eradicating the opportunity for thieves to burgle their homes.”