home security. Wednesday , July 11th , 2018 - 16:46:33 PM
* Scalability or Add-On Features - another thing you will want with a security system is the ability and ease of upgrading or downgrading as required. As lifestyles are known to change, it's important to find out before hand if the security system will allow you to incorporate the changes or additions without complications.
In the old days if you wanted your home security system to be monitored you were required to have a phone line. This was never an issue because most everyone had a phone installed in their home. With the addition of cell phones to everyone's life many people no longer have a home phone line. If you want to have your home monitored then you must select to get a phone line or you can use cellular technology. This does not mean that you need a cell phone. The control panel has a GSM device that uses cell phone towers to communicate to the central station instead of the traditional phone line. The cost of this service is built into your monthly monitoring fee. You do not have access to use the cellular device. It is dedicated to the alarm system. If you do not currently have a phone line you must consider the additional cost of adding one and paying for the monthly service. Your monitoring service will range from $24.99 to $65.00 per month depending on the alarm company and the features that you are using. If you choose to use a phone line you are adding an additional $20.00 per month.
All home security systems are designed with a battery backup. When your normal house power is lost the control panel will switch over to battery power. If there are no alarms generated while on battery power your system can last at least 24 hours without your power being restored.
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