Tulsa, Oklahoma (PRWEB) May 20, 2014
Dubbed The Oil Capital of the World and coming in as the second largest state in Oklahoma, Tulsa is a city with a relatively small population of 398,905 according to NeighborhoodScout.com. However, despite having a small population, the property crime index of the city came in at 20,852 in 2012 alone, a figure that is far too high.
In order to lower the crime rating in the property sector, ConsumerResearchers.org has devised a rankings table of the best home security companies in Tulsa in order to assist residents on their quest to make their home a safe haven.
View the home security rankings here: http://www.consumerresearchers.org/home-security-systems/tulsa/
NeighborhoodScout.com gave the city an overall crime score of just 4/100, making it safer than just 4% of the rest of the cities in the United States; with 100 deemed the safest and 1 the least safe, the citizens of Tulsa need to up their game to get their rating to a respectable level.
We understand that crime will always be a factor, no matter where people choose to live, but simply accepting it without any effort to combat the criminals out there is something that should not happen; residents have the power to protect their homes and their city, just by starting off with a good alarm system.
ConsumerResearchers.org is a team of research professionals who take into consideration feedback and analysis in order to methodically analyse data and produce accurate results for the consumer. The key goal is to help people find the home security system that suits their needs and allows them to sleep soundly at night.
The rankings are completely organic and never devised from paid or sponsored advertisements; the experts at ConsumerResearchers believe that is important never to compromise their integrity as a research company and only ever offer the consumer meaningful home security company rankings to help them with their search.
Frontpoint came top of the list, with a perfect score of 10/10 that is based on everything from accreditation standards, how much the system costs on a monthly basis and how stringent the monitoring is. ADT came in close second, also with a score of 10/10, but with different characteristics. Protect America, Life Shield and Vivnt followed, coming in third, fourth and fifth place consecutively.
View the complete rankings at: http://www.consumerresearchers.org/home-security-systems/tulsa/
Spokesperson Ed Mitchell said: "Tulsa is one of the smaller cities in America, so having a crime rating that deems the city unsafe is not very good.
“Taking your home security is extremely important, not just to protect your belongings, but the safety of your family.
“ConsumerResearchers is a company that wants to help people on their quest to make their homes safe and offers well researched listings for people to refer to.
“We believe that the consumer should have the opportunity to compare systems in order to find the best system that suits their requirements, allowing them to help make Tulsa a safer place to live for everybody.”