Long Beach, California (PRWEB) March 19, 2014
Alarm System Report is now providing readers with access to the most comprehensive Do-It-Yourself reviews as it has recently released its most awaited list of the Best DIY alarm systems in 2014.
Emerging at the top of the alarm system industry this year are FrontPoint Security, LifeShield Home Security, Protect America, and Vivint Home Security.
AlarmSystemReport.com has reviewed tons of DIY alarm systems in the market and has narrowed its recommended list to the alarm systems mentioned above. Some of the gauges used for selecting these alarm systems were quality of equipment, affordability, and ease of installation.
In terms of affordability, the DIY alarm systems that made it to AlarmSystemReport.com’s list essentially offer the same monitoring fees at around $15 to $20 per month. The savings that it gives consumers, however, comes from the fact that the additional cost that professional installation incurs has been deducted from the up-front price.
In terms of quality of equipment, these DIY alarm system companies on Alarm System Report’s list use the best technologies from world-class manufacturers. FrontPoint Security and Protect America, for instance, provide customers with equipment coming from one of most reputable manufacturers in the industry, GE Simon. In fact, these companies offer the latest Control Panel for the Simon system called the GE Simon XT. This system is so flexible that it could simply sit on a tabletop or could be mounted using a small screw. Vivint Security, on the other hand, uses equipment from another trusted manufacturer, 2Gig Technologies. LifeShield Security, meanwhile, provided customers with proprietary alarm system equipment that closely resembles Honeywell alarm systems. Its do-it-yourself alarm systems are wireless just like those that are made by the leading manufacturers.
In terms of ease of installation, on the other hand, Alarm System Reports’ best DIY home alarm systems are fairly simple to install and does not require any advance knowledge. With no installation experience required and with only basic tools needed, installing these alarm systems only involves plugging in the main Control Panel, placing the wireless sensors, and contacting the alarm company to have the system activated. Basic set-ups usually take 30 minutes while the more complicated ones entails about an hour.
Homeowners who are interested in purchasing DIY alarm systems could read up the full-length alarm system reviews and assessments at Alarm System Report’s website for free.
AlarmSystemReport.com is the leading alarm system review site. It works with third party industry experts to provide readers with independent and extensive reviews of the leading home alert system companies in the market. It is the serves as the ultimate information hub for homeowners when it comes to the latest in home alarm system solutions.
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