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We've got the faithful K9, but I was wondering if anyone could recommend a decent burglar alarm for use in apartments and/or hotels? Most alarm system commercials target homeowners and it seems like most burglars target apartments. I'd like to avoid the expense of hardwiring an alarm into a temporary residence, but a decent alarm would be very good to have. :help:
 

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When my son was around 2, he could open any door or window. He would disappear in a flash. We went to home depot and bought stick on door/window alarms for around $10 per piece. They worked great. High decibel alarm that could even wake the neighbors.
 

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How about a board under each window with lots of nails sticking up through it? Saw it in a Bronson Movie, one of the Death Wish ones.;)
 

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How about a board under each window with lots of nails sticking up through it? Saw it in a Bronson Movie, one of the Death Wish ones.;)
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How long is your lease? If your lease is long enough, you can consider an alarm system bundled with a monitoring plan. I know that Smith Monitoring home security offers such kind of plan at a relatively low rate. But they only have business in TX, GA and LA, I think. Hope you'll find a great alarm.
 

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Get a removable alarm with a high decible level, that attaches to the door and windows, if they are reachable via a fire escape.

Contact the colstest neighbors you trust and ask them to call the police if they hear it go off !

Sombody in an apartment building is going to be home and hear your alarm .
 
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