16 November 2011

Bedroom Window

Guest post from: Steve Delaney

Ever since I was a little girl, I have had an irrational fear of someone breaking into my bedroom window. I should go ahead and tell you that in every home I have ever lived in, short of a couple of college apartments, my bedroom has been on the second floor. The trouble that a would be thief would have to go through to get to the actual window, much less break it and climb through, is a pretty good deterrent. I know this intellectually, but it doesn’t prevent me from lying awake listening for imaginary noises outside my bedroom window. Now that I’m married, the fear has been lessened a bit by the fact that my husband sleeps closest to the window, but it still pops up from time to time. This is where my homesecuritysystems.com comes in. While I know that all of the doors are monitored, it’s especially reassuring to me knowing that the alarm will also sound if one of my windows is broken or open. While it might not be a rational fear, it’s one I’ve lived with my entire life. I’m so happy to have the peace of mind I need to finally get a good night’s sleep.

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