Jordan Harmon from Cove Smart tells us how we can protect our homes this holiday season! During the holidays, the chance of your house getting broken into rises, so now would be a great time to try @COVESmart, a security system for any home, including apartments! BOLD viewers get 50% off using the code BOLDHOLIDAY. Find it here: https://www.covesmart.com/quiz/
Posted by BoldTV on Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Cove Protection During The Holidays
Cove is a DIY home security system that provides all the benefits of a professional home security system. No contracts. Low monthly rates. With all the perks of a professional-grade home security system.
How did the idea for Cove come about?
Jordan Harmon, having been in the industry for a long time, saw a lot of flaws with home-security systems such as overwhelming five-year contracts with 40-60 a month expenditures. Harmon said these companies are not really meeting the consumer’s needs. Harmon said only 1 out of 5 people have a home-security system. As an entrepreneur, Harmon said he loves filling a need, and so he and his partner decided to fill that need.
Are the holidays more dangerous, in terms of break-ins?
Harmon said that during the holidays, there is a spike in crime, but that there is never really a convenient time to decide to protect your home. However, there is a time when you can save a lot of money. During the holidays, Cove offers tons of special offers to people so that when they are traveling and looking to spend time with little-seen family members they don’t have to worry and can devote time where it matters most: to family.
And there is a Bold promotion, too?
Harmon said that Bold Business will get a promotional deal with Cove as well — 50 percent off plus a free indoor camera. Go into the checkout at Cove and it will automatically apply that offer.
We hear there is a personal story for the founding of Cove
One of Harmon’s neighbors had a break-in and was assaulted. And although Harmon had already been in the alarm-system industry, it was the moment that Harmon was hit personally by a break-in. He lived in a gated community, and it was at this moment that Harmon realized that crime could strike anywhere at any time.
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