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If you’re ready to purchase or upgrade your system, read more about top home security providers to find the best match for your lifestyle. Hiring a house sitter and setting up a security system are two very complementary steps you can take to keeping your home safe when you’re away. Your home automated system can make up for the human errors of which your house sitter may be guilty. Your house sitter is an intimidating presence to burglars and intruders who prey on empty houses. But you have to remember that you’re very familiar with your home, and all of its quirks—your house sitter is not. Don’t assume that she’ll know all the tricks and protocol you do.

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wireless home security system

With the remote monitoring you can call the system at any time and check the status, remotely arm, or disarm the alarm and use the intercom function. This allows you to protect your home and your belongings easily with a simple phone call. The Dual network will allow you to connect the unit to both your landline and GSM simcard in the event that one fails, this provides back up security. The landline protection allows you to be protected if your landline is cut by an intruder with a siren that automatically sounds. The PiSECTOR 3G/4G Cellular and Landline All in one Wireless Security Alarm System DIY kit with Dual Network for Simultaneous Double Protection GS08 M20 will protect your home and your belongings with a high level of security equivalent to professional monitoring services. This DIY home security system has a dual network for double protection to your home and property at the same time with the GSM, Landline/VolP.

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In the past, when hardwired home security systems were already well known and established, the wireless technology came knocking, giving us an alternative to the wall smashing, cable hell that hardwired systems produced. Obviously, in its first years, wireless home security was unstable, thus unreliable and despite its more convenient nature, these security holes as well as its higher price usually turned people away and back to the traditional hardwired systems. Quickly, this unreliability motif turned into a stamp that was slapped over anything involving wireless home security and although reliability and stability constantly went up during the years, people still preferred traditional methods over it. Nowadays, wireless home security more than caught up to its hardwired counter part in what involves the aforementioned factors of stability and reliability and although some are still reluctant to it, it's gained a lot in credibility as well. The only inconvenient is its higher price, but seeing how it offers the same performance and security as a hardwired system in a much more convenient, easy to maintain form, you should make an effort and dig deeper in your pocket to get a wireless home security system. What kind of wireless home security components can be found out there?Basically, anything that you can have hardwired you can easily create a wireless version. This means that you'll be able to replace all your old security cameras, your motion detectors, your burglar alarms, your keypads and even your smoke detectors to wireless form. You could go for a complete wireless home security system, including a control panel, a monitoring screen, keypads, security cameras, door and window sensors, motion detectors and so forth. The price of such a full wireless home security system varies heavily and is dependent on many factors, including the amount of zones it can cover, the quality of its components, the control panel's complexity and so forth. Basically, you could get wireless home security systems for as low as a few hundred dollars, while if you want the latest and best system around, you'll have to pull out over a thousand dollars from your pocket. One of the latest inventions in the field of wireless home security is the sensor trip alarms.

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