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A. You receive a text message from your plumber telling you that he is at the house, you unlock the door and disarm your alarm system from your smartphone.
B. You leave the key under the mat for him to let himself in and out. Maybe he fixes the disposal and leaves. Or maybe he makes copies of the key and sells them on CraigsList.
C. You take time off work to meet him. Your boss is angry, but at least you'll be able to wash eggshells down the drain again.
A. You get the soap bunnies out of the tub, check on Mom and call your sister to come take her to the hospital. Time ticks away. You lose Daughter of the Year for the first time since 1987. There are still bubbles everywhere.
B. You call 911, but only after struggling to get two soapy kids out of the tub and trying to calm your mother down. There are bubbles everywhere.
C. You press the medical emergency button on the closest home security touchpad. An operator from a monitoring center speaks to you through the touchpad. The monitoring center alerts authorities immediately for you and help is on the way.
A. Buy deadbolts for the doors and invest in a gun.
B. Schedule a one-on-one appointment with a Guardian Life Safety Consultant who will conduct a free 25-point inspection, provide safety tips and recommend a customized security system.
C. Find good hiding places for all of your valuables, and then rig your home and yard with booby traps.
A. Your neighbor smells smoke and thinks it is coming from your basement. Their first thought is to call 911, but then again, no one likes a nosy neighbor. They don't report it until after dark smoke is pouring from the windows.
B. Your fire alarm goes off, but since it's not monitored, no one is alerted. You hope that someone hears the alarm and takes it as a legitimate threat instead of a noisy TV show or video game.
C. Your monitored photoelectric smoke communicators pick up even the early smolderings of a fire and report to the monitoring center. The monitoring center then dispatches the fire department and emergency crews, calling you in the meantime to find out if any people or pets are at home.
A. On — your security system is set to turn on certain lights in your home automatically at 8 p.m.
B. On — you leave all the lights on when you leave the house in the morning.
C. Off — the house is pretty much pitch black. You open the door and do a mad dash to the nearest switch or knob, banging knees, knocking over picture frames and kicking the cat in the process. Stupid cat.
A. You keep the thermostat at 68 degrees all day — it can't cost that much, can it?
B. Using your smart phone, you set your thermostat to turn on an hour before you get home — ensuring that your house will be a comfortable 68 degrees when you walk through the door.
C. You accept the fact that you live in a meat freezer. It'll heat up eventually — and until then, you've been looking for an opportunity to use those wool socks Aunt Edith sent you last year.
A. You turn on every light in the house and sleep with a tire iron.
B. You check all the locks and windows before going to bed.
C. Use your laptop or mobile device to check the video monitors around the house, and arm the alarm system before heading to bed.
A. You have him call you when he walks in the door.
B. From your smartphone or office PC, you log-in to your home's video monitoring system to see that he is home and actually working on his homework.
C. You don't. He's a good kid. He makes good decisions. Not like that neighbor boy. Although... they have been hanging out a lot, haven't they?
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