Why Should You Get an ADT Monitored Home Security System Today?

Louisiana is currently home to over 4.6 million people1. While the state has seen its share of devastation with Hurricane Katrina, Louisiana is undergoing tremendous rebuilding. Though rich with history and wide-spanning cultures, Louisiana has a median crime average that is nearly 7 percent higher than the national average2. This year alone, 162,936 property crimes were reported throughout the state. Due in-part to the difficult economic climate in the U.S., Louisiana has an estimated unemployment average of 4.5 percent (an amount that has been steadily going down over the last couple of years)3.

While it’s fine to leave a few things up to chance, home safety shouldn’t be one of them. ADT monitored security systems provide complete 24-hour home protection. In the event of a home invasion, fire, flood, carbon monoxide leak or emergency, ADT will quickly respond and contact the appropriate emergency personnel in your area. When every second can make a world of a difference, ADT's Monitoring Centers leave no time to waste!

The chance that your Louisiana home will be burglarized without a security system.4

The chance of a home burglary in Louisiana if you have a home security system.5

ADT Monitoring Provides the Best Home Security In the Country

ADT was founded in 1874 and is the leading provider in monitored home security protection. Protect Your Home provides five different home security package options to satisfy a variety of protection needs and budgets. Our packages include the: Essential Package, Total Package, Cellular Package, Total Protection Plus Package and the ADT Pulse® Package. Each features varying specs, but include the following essentials:

  • 24-Hour Home Monitoring Protection
  • A Keypad
  • A Pet-Sensitive Motion Detector
  • Three Entryway Contacts
  • A High Decibel Alarm
  • A Yard Sign and Window Decal

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1 2 3 4 U.S. Department of Justice, 1999 5 Simon Hakim, Temple University, quoted by Elizabeth Chang, An Alarming Trend, The Washington Post, Nov 14, 1999