Alarm Systems

You must have quality alarm systems, for the following reasons The main and most essential reason to invest in a security system is to deter crime in your home. According to the “Home Safety Fast Facts” report from the Electronic Security Association, 9 out of 10 thieves said that if they encountered an alarm or a home security system, they would not attack the house for that reason we offer you the best in system of security.

What an alarm system includes depends entirely on the provider, your budget and your needs. The features can range from entry level systems that include basic motion sensors and alarms to full package deals with fire alarms, heat sensors and live-streaming video monitoring from your smart phone.

When purchasing an alarm system, you’ll need to decide whether you want a wired or a wireless system. Traditionally, wired alarm systems have been the go-to choice, but that trend has shifted with the increasingly sophisticated technology of wireless systems. The main benefit of the wireless alarm systems is the DIY installation and the ability to take your system with you if you move. This is ideal for those of us who do not want the hassle of dealing with service provider electricians.

While alarm system features and prices vary from provider to provider, they generally have the following interior and exterior monitoring options to select from:

  • A wired or wireless central control panel

  • Motion sensors and exterior lighting

  • Door and window sensors so you are alerted if anyone is entering your home

  • Fire and environmental sensors for smoke, natural gas and carbon monoxide

  • Water sensors for flooding and freeze sensors for cold weather

  • Signage that will act as an additional deterrent to intruders

With so many options on the market and technologies that are continuously evolving, how do you choose what alarm system is right for you and your family? While it can be overwhelming, you need to start by asking yourself what security features would make the investment worth it? What would make you feel secure? If your goal is to simply prevent burglaries and you’re not tech savvy, I would suggest that you go with a basic package with door and window sensors from any of the leading providers. However, if you’re keen on installing the system yourself and like the bells and whistles, I would suggest that you go with a DIY wireless system with home automation. While the equipment may be more expensive upfront, the month to month costs are not much more expensive than a basic package. With the additional features like smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detection, I would argue that the added value of preventing loss of life and property.

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