No Landline Required for Home Security System Installation
Forty percent of homes are without landlines. For this reason, many mobile phone users are looking for alternatives to traditional wired home security systems since this is no longer a feasible option for them.
If you fall into this category, you’re in luck. New technologies allow security companies to supply reliable wireless systems that perform the same functions landlines once achieved.
You do not need a standard phone line to keep your home protected.
Fast. Reliable. Secure
Compared to landline systems, which use outdated DSL hard lines, wireless security systems provide unobtrusive installation, fast connections and convenient service. Because they operate through a dedicated cellular network, they can also be counted on for continuous monitoring.
While adopters sometimes worry about reliability and speed, wireless systems are actually quicker, and in many aspects, safer than the traditional landline setup.
Landline systems leave your home vulnerable to natural or deliberate tampering. For example, burglars will cut phone lines to deactivate alarms prior to entry.
Flexible Monitoring Service
Remote security management is a desirable feature that comes standard with wireless home monitoring systems. Interactive services are available that allows you to access your security system from your smartphone or PC, and keep an eye on your home even when you are not there.
The best security companies offer advanced remote access features, such as offsite activation and deactivation, full control of cameras and video feeds (if you install a video surveillance system), and the ability to lock and unlock doors remotely. Gain flexibility in your security options, and customize your system to fit within your daily life.
If you’re like many Americans who seldom use their home phone, know that you don’t need to keep it just for your security system.
Sever ties and say goodbye to your outdated system. Welcome a more secure, reliable and convenient home monitoring solution.
Do you think a wireless home monitoring system is right for your home? Contact us to learn more about tailored options and features.
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