Finding high-quality affordable home security systems can be difficult, but it is possible. A recent survey revealed that homes with any sort of security system are three times less likely to be broken into than those with no security at all.
So finding a budget alternative is a good idea and will still give you some protection and peace of mind. However, you will need to make sure that you're not swapping price for lesser quality.
There are a few things we don’t even call part of a security system, we call them necessities.
Once those first two items are installed, it’s time to
move on to a security system. Now there are lots of choices and companies to
Many security companies will want to sell you a full
system with sensors, alarms, cameras and a back up security guard for one
fantastic price. These options will definitely cover all the bases but can make
you almost over protected for what you actually need.
Making these choices will help you find more affordable
home security systems:
We typically recommend the wireless connections, but understand they might not fit into your budget. One thing to remember, wireless devices can be taken with you if you happen to move, while wired devices will stay with the house.
Again, we typically recommend going with the sensors for long term cost savings on the light bill. And with timers you need to be sure your lights are not shining on your neighbors or your windows. Light placement becomes very important when using timers
Of the three options
talked about above, sensors, lights and cameras, cameras would be the first
option we would remove from our list.
The best affordable home security systems are those which have been put together from the same brands for each component as they will be compatible with each other.
And you can help keep costs down by talking to the company about your security issues beforehand and making sure that no additional extras are added. Don't be afraid to ask for a discount as well if you're ordering multiple components.
Larger metropolis will have stores that specialize in home security. And they will
probably have a website to browse.
And the big box hardware stores such as Lowes and Home Depot also carry some home security items. And don't forget to check out Craig's list. But be very careful when buying used devices. You will need to be sure they are in good working order.
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