PLUG INTO SAFETY WITH CRIME FIGHTING LIGHTING
Property crimes make up more than three quarters of all crime in the United States. According to the most recent statistics gathered by the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis, over 8,000 burglaries are reported each year, not including Twin Cities suburbs.
Do you have security lighting surrounding your home with motion detectors that trigger light when someone approaches? For obvious reasons, criminals prey on darkly lit homes, so plug into safety with crime-fighting lighting. It’s affordable and worth the investment.
Intruders can hide in dark areas around your home. Soft, landscape lighting will help illuminate these dark areas. Motion sensor lights go one step further and startle and deter intruders from coming closer. Security lighting can also help prevent injury and increase the value of your home.
Crime Fighting Lighting Tips
• Use interior light timers to establish a lighting pattern and discourage thieves
• Make sure your security lighting gives 100-foot visibility
• Light the pathway to and at your front and back doors
• Use motion sensor lights on the rear of your home
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