peephole camera

Keep in mind the license is because the F. B. I check background and they pass the state test to be installers. You hqve a good point here. For security cameras yes anyone can do it. For alarm systems where is involved lives, I am 100% people we love to know every thing works fine and it will be working agter is installed it, also people forgot the liability point of view of insurance. If you install by your self a new set of brakes in your vehicle to save some dollars and you got an accident and the accident was on investigations and show at the end it was because you forget to place the safetu device and the insurance found this issue and ask where you do your breaks so we can go and claim every thing we are paying to you…you will say, I did it by my self. Where you thing the investigations and suspicious will go. More and more people install alarms system by it self and more and more you see them in courts defendant their self from insurance claim they did it in porpuse, insurance think they did that wrong to claim millions. More you see on TV news about people who install alarm security by it self die because the CO sensors didn’t work. So this is the momentum for this wireless system companies for good or bad more insurance companies ask if owners did the job or a professional security company with license did the job.

seniors alert

01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

The big difference, however, is the degree of interactivity. New software platforms, such as alarm. com and iControl allow you to send commands, program home systems, view surveillance video, and receive alerts on a smart phone or computer—whether you’re at home or away. When shopping for a system, review software platforms first. Alarm. com and iControl are the two biggest.

house fires

01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Before I signed anything I asked him if I could get this cut off at any time. He told me I could get it cut off at anytime with no penalties. He did push for me to let his tech install it right at that moment. I also asked the tech if I could have the system taken out at any time and he told me yes. A few months into having the system i had some false alarms. Even steam from boiling water could set the fire alarm off. I would rush to cancel and put in the code and I would say it was sending the cancel but never actually send it because the fire department showed up at my house twice. I live in a small town and it was terrible to me to get 20 men away from the dinners for no reason because the system failed to cancel false alarm. I decided that the system was faulty because it would not cancel false alarms and I called the company to have it turned off. That is when they tell me that they won't turn it off, they won't come get their system out of my house because I signed a contract for 60 months. The only way they will remove the system is if I pay them about 3000 dollars or if I'd talk some other poor sad soul to take the contract off my hands.