While I don't think of myself as invincible I do agree with Joe that my home is my fortress and I too feel safe there.
About that drip... roof leaks are/can be very tricky. The last time my roof leaked it manifested it self as a leaky window. While that sounds simple it was NOT. I caulked around the window to no avail. A good and trusted contractor (who doesn't do roofing) said: "Bob, you have a leak somewhere on your roof and it's just trickling down to that point. He was right.
Who to call in Minot for your roofing needs.
Jessen is the BEST! Period. That being said if you are looking for the lowest price in town you will NOT find it here. What you will find is kind, courteous people and a GREAT warranty that they actually live up to. You can call them at 701-838-2687.
As far as home security I believe in a lot of cameras. I won't disclose how many I have but I will say that if you step on my property day or night you will be recorded and uploaded immediately to the cloud. I also believe in our nations 2nd amendment.
In addition to the 2nd amendment North Dakota law allows for the Castle Doctrine.
The castle doctrine refers to self-defense laws that allow individuals to use force, including deadly force, to protect themselves within their own homes or other legally occupied spaces without the obligation to retreat. Several states in the United States have adopted the castle doctrine, including California, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Oregon, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming.
The castle doctrine is often seen as an extension of the concept of the home as a person’s sanctuary, where they have the right to protect themselves and their loved ones from intruders or threats. By allowing individuals to defend their homes without the duty to retreat, castle laws recognize the importance of personal safety within one’s own property. It is important to note, however, that the specifics of castle doctrine laws can vary between states.
The States listed above have no restrictions on the Castle Doctrine HOWEVER several more States, like North Dakota, require you stand down until the intruder demonstrates a continued threat. Yea right!