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Is your house protected?

Posted on: March 26, 2009

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With the economy in trouble, it seems that security is among one of home owners’ major concerns.

According to Larson Brewer, the owner of Phoenix-based Suncoast Security, the company’s alarm installations grew from 15 per week in 2008 to 25 per week in 2009.  Suncoast is adding as many as 17 jobs to its staff and has plans to expand to Colorado and Washington to meet the rising demand for security.

“New business is coming from residents and business owners concerned that they will see an increase in break-ins because of the down economy,” explained Brewer.  “Crime is not going down.  In fact, it’s gone up and we expect it to continue to rise.”

What do industry analysts say?

“Security alarm systems are considered a discretionary purchase, therefore revenue is expected to decline 2.3 percent in 2009,” explained George Van Horn, senior analyst with industry research firm IBISWorld.  “Last year, about 65 percent of alarm systems were purchased from businesses, 20 percent from government centers and 15 percent residential.  An increase in demand may be a reflection of recent budget cuts in local police forces.”

Is your home protected Marvelous Girls?  If you don’t have an alarm system in your house, you should really think about getting one.  Better safe than sorry when it involves you and your family.

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2 Responses to "Is your house protected?"

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Larson Brewer can not expand his company unless he can recruit more people who like to work for free.

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