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I hope after reading these 6 misunderstandings you have a better understanding of home security and the available systems and that there is no reason not to find the right one for your situation. ADT remains one of the most traditional home security brands on the market, but the company has updated its packages with a Pulse line of smart home devices. They’ve also partnered with other brands like Nest and Samsung SmartThings, so it’s easy to find what type of home security system you’re looking for. They’ve also been known to add in perks like free installations for low tier packages, and freebies like a Nest Thermostat with the right video setups. However, reading the fine print is important: ADT monitoring has some of the most restrictive contracts in the business. Your home is an important extension of yourself, and its security is paramount. Home security should be a high priority in your life, but the installation of a home security system can be prohibitively expensive. The costs associated with technology and monitoring systems can seemingly put home security out of reach for you; however, there are a number of things you can do to make your home safer without spending a fortune. The judicious use of common sense is your best weapon against the violation of your home and property. Locking your doors and windows at night or when you leave may seem obvious, but you might be surprised by how often thieves and other criminals gain access to homes by simply entering through unlocked doors. Even if you are only leaving your home for a short time, the habit of locking all entries is one that can save you from the horrible experience of a break in.

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A single camera with base station costs $134. 99. The iCamera KEEP wireless home security camera offers HD images with a 1280 x 720 resolution, motion and audio detection, and on demand streaming video control from your smartphone. Just tap into all of the features via the free iSmartAlarm app for iOS and Android devices. Other features include 350 by 40 degree pan and tilt options, night vision, and both multi user and multi iCamera up to four support. It will send out text, email and push notifications—and even phone calls, if you want them. And if the camera manages to capture something worth keeping, iSmart Alarm offers cloud storage for 10 second video clips free of charge. $150With all of the new products released recently the “professional grade” security market for DIY is finally becoming a reality. Historically this has been a “dealer only” industry. The difficultly purchasing hardware and getting manufacturer technical support, especially for warranty issues, has been a roadblock for DIY projects. But there ARE paths to tackle those concerns reliably.

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