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What is Involved in a Home Security System? Security systems are a popular alternative for many who want to add an extra layer of protection for their family and personal property. When you go to shop for a security system, you have a number of options. These can include systems that are installed by a professional home security company or those that you can put in yourself. Each system also offers a number of options that you can add on, including: " weather alerts " motion sensors " security cameras " emergency key fob When you decide to purchase a system, you should carefully consider what plan and what options best match your home and your family's needs. This helps you to find the right system and not overspend beyond your budget. Installation Process Security systems run from the basic to the complex. Simpler systems take a short time to install, usually involving sensors on the doors and windows, with a central keypad where you arm and disarm the system. More complex systems can be directly wired into the home's wiring, using multiple sensors, cameras and programming modes. These higher end systems can even turn on a home's lights at certain times when you are gone. The more complex the system, the greater the need for professional installation. This ensures that you get it put in right and that it works properly. If you do choose to install a simpler system on your own, make sure that you follow the manufacturer's guidelines exactly. If you work with a professional, you need to sit down and explain your needs and the layout of your home. He or she can suggest the necessary options that you need to choose. For example, if you have an elderly person living with you, an emergency key fob or necklace medallion is a valuable tool. If they fall or there is a break in, they press a button on the device and the alarm is instantly activated. The installer will ask you to choose a code for your home's system once he or she begins to program it. This code should be easy for you to remember, but hard for others to guess. You should memorize it and not share it with anyone except those who live in the residence or that you can trust. Never write it down anywhere where it can be easily found by others. Monitoring Another aspect of a home security system is monitoring. This involves a company that monitors your home's system, notifying you and the authorities when the alarm goes off during a break in. Monitoring companies usually contract with local alarm installation professionals who put in your system. You pay a basic monthly fee for the monitoring, which varies with the type of system and company you work with. Once your system is installed, it is important for you to have the monitoring company's name and contact information with you. This is as simple as a card you carry in your wallet. In the event that you do have a break in, you will have the information you need at hand to give the monitoring service and authorities when they call. The card should also have your pass code and any related information about your system. Benefits of a Security System A security system provides you with an extra set of "eyes" to watch your property when you are gone and keep you secure when you are at home. It also serves as a deterrent to thieves who may want to break into your home. The security company will also give you a sign or a window sticker with a message stating that your home is protected by an alarm system. This is a visual reminder to thieves to move on and find a different target. Another benefit that many homeowners may not be aware of is the savings you can get on your insurance policy. Many insurance carriers will give you a discount on your homeowners policy if you have an alarm system installed. This can be extra cash in your pocket, helping the system to literally pay for itself. Your insurance agent can help you to determine your eligibility for this kind of discount. Having a system installed in your home is a simple process, but is one that should be approached with care. Consider what spots on your home are in need of extra protection, what kind of security you need for those in your family and what you can afford to spend. A professional installer can help you to choose the right system for your home and family. Check out our Home Security Companies review. Features: Industry Leader - Security Alarms of America is partnered with only the leading edge technology manufacturing and distributors, the proven leader in today's home security equipment, as well as Central Alarm that processes over 25 million security events every month. Customizable Options - All systems are customizable, plus you can build your own package according to your needs. And, there's no need to have a tech come to the home and install the system. You pick what you want, have it shipped and set it up on your terms. Wireless Technology - Thanks to video surveillance, interactive monitoring and Apps for smart phones, it has never been easier to stay connected. Alarm systems are also equipped with the patented Crash and Smash feature that keeps your alarm system working even if the control panel is smashed. There are no standard packages because every installation is customized to each property and owner requirements.  There cannot be a one package approach to have a secure alarm and safety system.  There are several options to add on professional monitoring, have text alerts sent to the phone and include home automation features including web based monitoring.
News Updates
Security Alarms of America
Check out the Latest Statistics on Residential Burglary.  Click the Image  
When it matters the most!                                              Now is the time to act! Security is Every Minute of the Day...Call NOW 573-334-8080
What is Involved in a Home Security System? Security systems are a popular alternative for many who want to add an extra layer of protection for their family and personal property. When you go to shop for a security system, you have a number of options. These can include systems that are installed by a professional home security company or those that you can put in yourself. Each system also offers a number of options that you can add on, including: " weather alerts " motion sensors " security cameras " emergency key fob When you decide to purchase a system, you should carefully consider what plan and what options best match your home and your family's needs. This helps you to find the right system and not overspend beyond your budget. Installation Process Security systems run from the basic to the complex. Simpler systems take a short time to install, usually involving sensors on the doors and windows, with a central keypad where you arm and disarm the system. More complex systems can be directly wired into the home's wiring, using multiple sensors, cameras and programming modes. These higher end systems can even turn on a home's lights at certain times when you are gone. The more complex the system, the greater the need for professional installation. This ensures that you get it put in right and that it works properly. If you do choose to install a simpler system on your own, make sure that you follow the manufacturer's guidelines exactly. If you work with a professional, you need to sit down and explain your needs and the layout of your home. He or she can suggest the necessary options that you need to choose. For example, if you have an elderly person living with you, an emergency key fob or necklace medallion is a valuable tool. If they fall or there is a break in, they press a button on the device and the alarm is instantly activated. The installer will ask you to choose a code for your home's system once he or she begins to program it. This code should be easy for you to remember, but hard for others to guess. You should memorize it and not share it with anyone except those who live in the residence or that you can trust. Never write it down anywhere where it can be easily found by others. Monitoring Another aspect of a home security system is monitoring. This involves a company that monitors your home's system, notifying you and the authorities when the alarm goes off during a break in. Monitoring companies usually contract with local alarm installation professionals who put in your system. You pay a basic monthly fee for the monitoring, which varies with the type of system and company you work with. Once your system is installed, it is important for you to have the monitoring company's name and contact information with you. This is as simple as a card you carry in your wallet. In the event that you do have a break in, you will have the information you need at hand to give the monitoring service and authorities when they call. The card should also have your pass code and any related information about your system. Benefits of a Security System A security system provides you with an extra set of "eyes" to watch your property when you are gone and keep you secure when you are at home. It also serves as a deterrent to thieves who may want to break into your home. The security company will also give you a sign or a window sticker with a message stating that your home is protected by an alarm system. This is a visual reminder to thieves to move on and find a different target. Another benefit that many homeowners may not be aware of is the savings you can get on your insurance policy. Many insurance carriers will give you a discount on your homeowners policy if you have an alarm system installed. This can be extra cash in your pocket, helping the system to literally pay for itself. Your insurance agent can help you to determine your eligibility for this kind of discount. Having a system installed in your home is a simple process, but is one that should be approached with care. Consider what spots on your home are in need of extra protection, what kind of security you need for those in your family and what you can afford to spend. A professional installer can help you to choose the right system for your home and family. Check out our Home Security Companies review. Features: Industry Leader - Security Alarms of America is partnered with only the leading edge technology manufacturing and distributors, the proven leader in today's home security equipment, as well as Central Alarm that processes over 25 million security events every month. Customizable Options - All systems are customizable, plus you can build your own package according to your needs. And, there's no need to have a tech come to the home and install the system. You pick what you want, have it shipped and set it up on your terms. Wireless Technology - Thanks to video surveillance, interactive monitoring and Apps for smart phones, it has never been easier to stay connected. Alarm systems are also equipped with the patented Crash and Smash feature that keeps your alarm system working even if the control panel is smashed. There are no standard packages because every installation is customized to each property and owner requirements.  There cannot be a one package approach to have a secure alarm and safety system.  There are several options to add on professional monitoring, have text alerts sent to the phone and include home automation features including web based monitoring.
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