A security system safeguards you, your home, and your family against intruders, robbers, and other criminals. Until recently, protecting your home with a security system involved purchasing an expensive wired system, major home construction, and hefty installation fees. But these cumbersome problems are virtually non-existent now due to advancements in technology that have led to the widespread use of wireless security systems. More than half of American homes equipped with an alarm have wireless security systems.
Why choose wireless security systems?
Wireless security systems come with all the bells and whistles of a wired system, but at a fraction of the costs and headaches.
– Do-it-yourself installation
– No home remodeling necessary
– Take it with you if you move
– Simple to upgrade
How do wireless security systems work?
Just like a wired system, wireless security systems consist of a control panel, touch pad, cameras, motion detectors, and alarms. But unlike its wired counterpart, wireless security systems' control panels utilize radio signals to interact with the different accessories you've integrated into your system.
When a motion detector, alarm, or camera alerts the control panel of a break-in, wireless security systems' control notify the monitoring company and police are immediately dispatched to your home.
What components do you need?
Before you purchase any of our wide selection of wireless security systems, be sure to know what you need and where you need it. You can purchase a complete kit of one of our wireless security systems at The Home Security Store for as little as $100.00. These kits include the basic parts needed for minimal security, such as:
– Control Panel
– Key Pad
– Motion Detectors
– Window Alarms
Sometime you want more protection and security for you, your home, and your loved ones. Before heading to your local security store or logging onto home security store, take a walk around your home and make a list of all the different areas you want to secure. Then come back to the following chart to see what wireless security systems components you need to purchase.
Doors Door Alarms
Windows Window Alarms
Living Room Surveillance Cameras
Bedrooms Carbon Monoxide
Nursery Nanny Camera
Garage Driveway Alarm
Entry Way Motion Detectors
Yard Motion Activated Flood Lights
Front Porch Motion Activated Lights
Where do you purchase wireless security systems?
Many stores throughout the nation sell wireless security systems, but they often carry a limited number systems and select brands. Home security store sells wireless security systems and hundreds of components for dozens of different systems and brands. Arm your home with a wireless security system and enjoy peace of mind knowing you have advanced security technology safeguarding your family.
Jim Young CWP