The nicer weather starts the beginning of “Summer Programs” that many home security companies employ to generate door to door home security systems sales. The Summer Program consists of security companies hiring temporary workers that go door to door attempting to get inside to sell you a “free” security system. These Summer Programs are used […]
Xfinity (Comcast) is a cable and internet company. Comcast Home Security very new to the home security market but already have generated plenty of reviews. Please read them. Not the ones they may post on their own website, instead search for the real customer complaints and customer reviews on line. They are a cable company. […]
Another national company you will see advertised is Vivint. Â The equipment they install is very good. Â In fact, it is the same equipment we install: Reliable Home Security alarm equipment with Z-Wave enabledHowever, Vivintâs pricing model is to offer a little more upfront but load up with very high monthly monitoring rates. Â $50, $60 and […]
The mechanics of purchasing a monitored home security system generally fall into one of two payment options: First payment option is to pay out of pocket the full cost of the system’s equipment, installation, and other administrative fees. Depending on the size of security system you select, the cost will range between several hundred to […]
Secure your home with multiple layers of protection Think of a home alarm system providing 3 lines of defense (home security). Outside your home Strategically place visible yard signs and decals on your doors and windows alerting would be criminals that your home has a monitored security system. This is your first line of defense. […]
The majority of home security system companies and their employees are reputable professionals, however, as you can see by the number of complaints filed, not everyone plays by the rules
The definition of “accessible” is any door or window that can be kicked in or pried open from ground level. This can include basement doors and windows and first floor doors and windows that can be reached easily from the ground
Make sure your security system includes multiple layers of security: What you see from the street or outside your home. The perimeter of your home: openings, doors and windows. Interior protection: devices to detect movement. Life Safety protection: smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Remote panic buttons: medical or life threatening emergencies.
Home security is a very personal matter, and the right system for you will be based on several factors unique to you and your home.