home alarm system

When it comes to securing your home, everyone naturally wants quality and reliability, but good value is an important factor too, especially because the cost of these systems can add up over time. But nowadays, peace of mind comes a lot cheaper and easier than it used to. Not to mention, most home security companies now have embraced the latest home automation technologies and are incorporating numerous features that weren’t available to the average consumer just 5 years ago. There are a lot of systems out there, so to make it easy for you, our team has done the research across all of the top home security brands and has compared everything from their features, pricing, ease of use, durability, customer service, customer reviews, brand reputation and much more to determine which systems represent the best value. When it comes to having a good experience with a security company, Frontpoint really stands out as the clear winner. Other security companies can’t even come close!Not only does it provide very good value for money, but it also offers a level of customer service that no other company can match. Their customer service is concierge level, and it’s second to none. No matter what time of day or night a customer calls in with a question or concern, Frontpoint will be ready to answer with knowledgeable, capable, and polite customer service representatives who are keen to help. Here’s a quick snapshot of some of the positives and negatives with Frontpoint:There are also a lot of options that go with Frontpoint, too, including door and window sensors, great keypads and control panels, and more. If there’s something you’re looking for in a home security system, you can probably get it with Frontpoint. You can also expect excellent customer service, an installation that’s fast and easy to setup, and a very low pressure sales approach that keeps you from feeling bothered about upgrade or additional purchases when you call in with questions or concerns.

wireless security home systems

01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

If you’ve ever read any of my camera reviews, you know that I hold all my cameras up to the Security Baron Necessary Features Test, which makes sure that they’re up to my high standards in terms of video, audio, night vision, storage, smart platform integrations, artificial intelligence, convenience, and value. After many months of reviewing different cameras from top brands like Arlo and Canary, I’m ready to show you the best security cameras of 2019. I love the Nest Cam Indoor— obviously, or I wouldn’t have named it my best camera!Video wise, the Nest Cam impresses with 1080p HD display, a wide 130 degree field of view and the ability to zoom in eight times. The night vision is similarly clear with eight infrared LED sensors, and the camera comes equipped with two way audio. Not only does two way audio let you speak to whoever you’re recording, which can be an easy way to talk to family members from afar, but it’s also a great way to scare away intruders as a last ditch effort. You’d be scared too if a disembodied voice came screaming out at you to get out of their house!On a more negative note, the camera’s night vision wasn’t quite as clear as I’d like it to be.

retail security systems

01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

That makes it our Editors' Choice for affordable home security cameras. Top Rated Smart Home Surveillance CamerasWyze Cam Pan at $29. 99MSRPArlo Pro 2 at $479. 99MSRPiSmartAlarm iCamera Keep Pro at $199. 99MSRPTend Secure Lynx Indoor at $59. 99MSRPSkyBell HD at $199. 00MSRPNest Cam Outdoor at $199. 00MSRPWyzeCam at $19. 99MSRPHoneywell Lyric C2 Wi Fi Security Camera at $169. 99MSRPNest Cam IQ Indoor at $299. 00MSRPArlo Go at $429.