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Three Must- Have Bells And Whistles Safe Home Security Suggests You Include In Your Home Alarm

By David Roman CT on March 19, 2011

With today's technology, many new and exciting products and services can be added to your home alarm system to provide you with extra value and extra protection. For example, surveillance cameras, two-way intercom capability, sprinkler systems, sensors that trigger alarms when temperatures drop, water rises, or when other unique conditions occur. The key here is to get the right technology for your home without overpaying or experiencing a ripoff.

Here are three additional components that Safe Home Security strongly suggests adding to your basic alarm system in order to give you the most value.

The first component is something called a passive infrared motion sensor, frequently referred to as a PIR or motion detector. When properly installed, PIR motion sensors are a smart, economical alternative to placing sensors on numerous doors or windows. They are often used to protect living rooms, dining rooms, basements, hallways and entry ways. PIR motion detectors use passive infrared technology that reacts to the body heat given off by people. Walking through space protected by a PIR will cause an alarm to go off. That's why activating a PIR motion detector can be especially beneficial when you're away from home. PIR motion detectors fulfill a critical role in the protection of most homes and are certainly worth your consideration when installing a home security system.

The second component we suggest adding to a basic alarm system is a panic button. Most alarm keypads include panic buttons already, but additional or portable panic buttons add even more versatility and value to your alarm system. Panic buttons are manually activated and send an alarm signal when the button is pressed. And because rapid response times often mean the difference between life and tragedy, they are extremely beneficial during most home emergencies, particularly medical emergencies. Panic buttons can be conveniently located next to your bed, on a wall in your bedroom or in bathrooms. They are available on most portable alarm controls or as one-button devices that may be worn as a wristband, a pendant around your neck, or attached to your belt. "Keyfobs" can also be programmed to send panic signals. Keyfobs attach to your keychain much like the devices used to lock and unlock most cars. Keyfobs allow the end-user to conveniently arm and disarm their alarm system with the press of a button, as well as call for help during an emergency.

The third component Safe Home Security strongly encourages adding to your home alarm system is a monitored smoke detector. Safe Home Security's smoke detectors are not only monitored, but supervised as well. Monitored smoke detectors provide 24 hour protection against smoke and fire and automatically call for help once either is detected. They are also supervised meaning they are part of a system that constantly diagnoses itself to ensure it is working as designed. Plus, Safe Home Security installs photoelectric smoke detectors. Photoelectric smoke detectors are more likely to detect fire in its earliest stages: while smoldering and before any significant flame. Homeowners with monitored smoke detectors often receive a larger discount on their home insurance premiums.

Safe Home Security suggests that you strongly consider the three components above when purchasing an alarm system for your home. For many Safe Home customers, the benefits and peace-of mind these items offer far exceed the one-time investment to have them installed.

Safe Home Security, Inc. engages in marketing, installing, and servicing security systems for most residential and commercial security applications. Customers receive 24-hour monitored protection from crime, medical, environmental and fire-related emergencies and may choose from a full array of professional security equipment and services, including master control panels and keypads, fire and carbon monoxide detectors, door and window sensors, motion and glass break detectors, medical alert products, CCTV camera systems, access control systems, digital cellular back-up products, interior and exterior sirens, hold up buttons, smoke and fire detection products, and open and close notification. Safe Home Security, Inc. was incorporated in 1988 and now does business throughout the United States. The company is based in Cromwell, Connecticut.

Original article published on SooperArticles.com

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