How safe is your home? [Infographic]
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Apr 24, 2013 | 15656 views | 0 0 comments | 197 197 recommendations | email to a friend | print
How safe is your home? The 2013 ADT Safety Data Index, a recent survey commissioned by ADT, found that America’s knowledge of national safety and security facts and information is alarmingly low. When quizzed on a series of national security and safety questions, those polled scored 1.6 out of 5.  And while Americans may believe their home is a safe place, they may not be taking the proper precautionary measures to safeguard their homes and belongings.

With the surging real estate market and spring movers’ season already upon us, families everywhere should take a moment to consider their lifestyle and safety habits and evaluate what measures they’re taking to help protect what matters most.


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