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If you don’t have a home security system, get one. If you purchase a home that already has a system in place, change the code just as you would change the locks to any doors. Before you bought the home, who knew the security code that the former owner had programmed?You have no idea, right?That’s why you need to change the information. It’s also important that you not leave the code written on a piece of paper, which is lying around the house. The code to your security system is private information and it should be treated as such in order to protect the security of your home and family. Taking care of your family and your home is probably one of your top priorities.

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BUILDING A SECURITY SYSTEM Smart systems consist of hardware that doesn’t look a lot different than it did twenty five years ago. There are some specialized sensors and video cameras that weren’t common in the past and window and door contact switches have gotten a lot smaller, but the basics are the same: a control panel or console, magnetic contact switches, motion sensors, a siren. The new systems may also be connected to central monitoring stations, as do many old style security systems. 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. The former has partnered with more than 2,500 dealers and the latter with ADT and Comcast. Among other things, you’ll have to decide between a “cellular primary” or “broadband primary” system.

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Many of the other home security websites very clearly define what their various packages are, what options each one has, and what the monthly and up front costs will be for each. Live Watch is quite the opposite. Each link on the website that promises details about the various optionsinstructsthe consumer to enter a zip code or phone number or to contact a customer service representative for a quote. We're always wary of companies that refuse to give transparent cost structures. The only details we were able to find was a page with a limited time offer that included a home security system with only 2 door/window monitors and no cameras for $149. The basic monthly alarm monitoring is $29.

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