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Many of us are familiar with the old hard-wired security systems. Odds are we had one in our own homes growing up or one of our neighbors did. However, with advancements in wireless technology the old wired systems are quickly becoming obsolete.
One of the problems with hard-wired systems is their installation. Installing all those wires is time consuming and invasive. Wireless systems, however, are easy to install. Equipment set-up is fast and in most cases, won't require drilling into your walls. The alarms, motion detectors and other equipment products are simple to put up wherever you need them; just peel and stick!
Unlike hard-wired security systems, wireless systems service both renters and owners alike. Wireless systems are easy to remove and move. The fact that they can be relocated to a new residence and easily reinstalled makes them an ideal and especially stress-free security solution. Just because you don't own a house doesn't mean you can't own safety
Another drawback to wired systems is their dependence on the grid. Wired systems are dependent on either power lines, phone lines or both. That means when there is a power or utility outage, you're out of luck. New wireless systems have back-up power systems that keep you online even when everyone else around you is off.
Another related weak point of the wired systems is their vulnerability to criminals. It's not too hard for a criminal to cut phone and power lines when they want access to your house. The new wireless systems use cellular technology and have power back-ups. That means criminals can't cut your connection with the monitoring service.
Thanks to easier installation and lower materials and equipment costs, you can get a home security monitoring system for about a dollar a day. Even those of us on a budget can typically invest this meager amount on home security. In addition to the manageable pricing, you'll enjoy extra peace of mind-- and how can you put a value on that?
For information on how to get a wireless system for your home, give us a call.