Bad guys in the movies always seem to know how to cut the telephone wire to disable a home’s alarm system. However, with new state-of-the-art technology, you no longer need to worry about whether help will come if your phone line isn’t working.
Remote Home Monitoring System
A wireless home security system typically consists of a wireless surveillance or security camera system, a wireless home alarm system, and a wireless smoke and fire alarm system. All of these elements of the wireless home security system can be controlled remotely via a computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet.
This means that you have access to the feed from your home video security system even if you aren’t at home. You can also monitor and control your home alarm system and smoke and fire alarm system with the push of a button.
Operates Even if the Power is Out
A wired home security system relies on your phone line, internet connection, and power grid in order to be operational. A wireless home security system can continue to function even if your phone lines are cut, your internet is down, or your power is out. They operate on a battery backup system that ensures you and your family will still be safe and protected.
Remote Troubleshooting and Repairs
If your wireless home security system is malfunctioning, a technician can almost always identify and repair the problem remotely. This saves you time, money, and stress, and guarantees that your home security system will be back up and running as quickly as possible.
Our company employs and serves local residents and businesses around Harrisburg and Central PA . We are committed to supporting our region. Locally owned and operated, we’re big enough to do the job, but small enough to care about the details of your system. Call us today for a free home security quote.
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