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2011  |  Posted by Owner  |  Filed under alarm systems for the elderly, home securty system, alarm system for the home

Keep all doors and windows closed and locked at all times. An open exterior window or door is an invitation for burglars to easily enter your home, so keep them shut and securely locked whether you’re home or not. Don’t underestimate strong window locks, and update them if needed. Thieves know how to spot weak locks that would be easily forced open. Make sure exterior doors have deadbolt locks. Sliding doors should have vertical bolts and a metal or wooden rod in the track to prevent being forced open or doors being lifted off the track. Never leave your home without locking the front door, no matter how brief your trip. Even if it’s pouring rain, don’t forget to take the extra moment to lock up. Burglars don’t take days off due to weather!Consider buying a home security system. There are countless features with any security system, and some particularly valuable ones are outdoor motion detectors, sensors at exterior doors, windows, and the door attached to the garage, an outdoor alarm to alert other neighbors to an intrusion, and security cameras. Select the features that best fit your needs and be sure to go with a well known, reputable company.

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2011  |  Posted by Owner  |  Filed under install security system, wireless home security, home automation install

home security alarms systemsFirst I would like to address much of the unfair in my opinion negative comments regarding this product. The biggest one I have noticed was regarding power issues. Doorbell wiring comes in numerous sizes, and in numerous voltage, all depending on when it was installed and by who My house was built in the 1900’s and it was a nightmare trying to identify and follow the wiring. Most of it is not consistent across the board which makes building a product compatible difficult, additionally in some homes wiring in low voltage systems sometimes gets crossed as well. So before buying any doorbell system, research and make sure it will be compatible with your setup which includes doing your own due diligence and figuring out what you have for a setup. So take those complaints with a grain or a whole bag of salt. The second biggest complaint I saw was with the Beam not connecting. Many people stated that it was DoA or just simply would not connect. I ran into the latter issue when I received mine. After doing some research though I discovered why. To set up the Beam, it requires that you do so through its app on a device that is connected to your Wi Fi via a 2.

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