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Day or Night? Which Is Safer?

  • November 10, 2014
  • by Carlos Lopez

Intrusions and burglaries happen in every state, city, and suburb. And they happen every day. In order to protect your property, it is important to understand when you are most vulnerable. So, what time of the day do more burglaries occur, during the day or night? The answer might surprise you.

When most people think of a home invasion they envision someone wearing all black, snaking around under the cover of night. We even feel more vulnerable in the dark since we cannot see what is out there. The idea of someone breaking into our home in the middle of the night scares us into making sure we lock all the windows and doors.

Reality is that more home burglaries occur during the day. According to a special report by the U.S. Department of Justice, roughly two-thirds of these burglaries, there was no one home at the time of the invasion.

The odds of your home being broken into while you are at work are much higher than at any other time.

A home invasion, no matter what time of the today or night it occurs, can be a traumatic experience, to say the least. Besides losing valuable property, it can also cause intense feelings of insecurity and fear for your safety. Installing a home security system can dramatically decrease the chances of being burglarized and set your mind at ease.

Security Doctors has been monitoring and protecting homes and businesses with state of the art security systems for more than 30 years. Contact us to find out how a security system will give you peace of mind at any time of the day. Our experts are standing by, ready and waiting to help you.

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