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The moment you reside in the city, you get accustomed to living with some element of danger. There is constantly the danger that you might be shot while going for walks out there, carjacked on the street or mugged while riding the bus. But, regardless of where you reside, you should never have to be worried about or contend with home intrusion. Homes ought to be safe places and there are plenty of methods to safeguard yours. One such type of protection is a glass breakage alarm versus forced entries. I purchased one of these small alarms intended normally for attaching to glass windows or doors. Whenever turned on, any kind of shocks or vibration causes the item that I have to go off. It will make a 100-decibel alarm for half a minute and this will warn any person close by of any possible break-in. A vibration alarm also complements a full home security system. The latter normally connects into your home phone line and notifies the police every time the alarm is triggered. I got myself several of the same alarm for use within my home and connected these to each and every window on the first floor. No one can get to the next floor simply because we do not keep anything like garbage cans or boxes around our home. In the beginning, my spouse was to some degree skeptical regarding my breakage alarms. She wasn't sold on the thought that this “buzzer”, as she referred to it, would drive away a thief. However, she didn't wish to waste the purchase and was ready to accept brand new ideas, so we pressed on. In the first couple of months of use, we experienced no serious issues and the intruder alarms were never triggered. However, one evening, at 3 in the morning, a man wearing black tapped lightly on our living room window and set off the alarm. After hearing the loud buzzing noise coming from the glass breakage alarm, he left the scene. We phoned the cops and explained what went down and they arrested the suspect soon afterward.