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The same concept applies with a wireless home security system. You don’t have to be always present in your hoome to watch out for burglars. It can be set in two different modes: monitored and unmonitored. Based on experience, it is better to opt for a monitored one, since when the system is disturbed, no annoying sound will be heard but an outside watcher will be informed of the incident. The unmonitored system, on the other hand, signals a loud alarm. Nobody is informed, thus suggests a swift get away of the burglar.

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You might also want the panic button and the two way talk feature so your family can instantly call for help when needed. Window and door sensors and equipment that offers a cellular backup option so you don’t have to worry about the loss of security if any lines are cut or you lose power. Perhaps some environmental sensors to protect you and your family from fire or water intrusion events. And, of course, the convenience of home automation features so you can control and manage your home handsfree and/or remotely. If you are a renter, your needs will be a bit different. For example, you will probably need a portable security system. A portable system is one that is wireless and usually a DIY installation. This will keep you from having to drill holes in your landlord’s walls, which could cost you in repair damages when you move out. Additionally, you will only need indoor cameras versus outdoor and doorbell cameras in most cases. You might also consider window and door sensors, environmental sensors for smoke and water intrusion, a control panel with a panic button and two way talk feature, and any home automation equipment you choose. If you travel often, your needs will focus more on being able to remotely access, monitor, and control your home security and home automation features.

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