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Perhaps they weren't so good a while ago but now I don't see any big mishaps. Now just about all Comcast customers have access to their still fairly new security system. I only signed up for it because they offered it for $10 a month with my TV and Internet package for a one year contract. It's very toy like and seems like a joke because it's relying on your internet connection and tablet screen they give you. Only three door/window sensors were including with the plan along with a motion sensor. I live in a 2 story condo so this was almost perfect for downstairs but still left my kitchen window short of one. The motion sensor is the most important to me. Still, what makes me feel not secure is: knowing someone can easily cut my visable cable line on the outside wall they installed, custoner service is slow and horrible, and knowing that the tablet screen has connection issues from time to time that requires me to be home to reset it which defies the purpose of having the security system. The technician who installed the security system I had a bad feeling about from the start, I didn't trust him. Just before he left, he asked if he could use the restroom upstairs which is where the rooms are. Minutes after he left my home I noticed he had stolen an unopened $80 package of medical marijuana from my desk.

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It is limited, however, with regard to transmitting large quantities of video, so many cellular primary systems incorporate broadband for video. Broadband primary services, on the other hand, have cables running down the side of a house that can be cut, thereby disabling the system. Some services offer cellular back up should this occur. Look for a home security system with a full line of wireless peripherals, including modules for controlling lights and appliances, thermostats, cameras, motion sensors some can distinguish between a pet and a person, water sensors, and glass break and vibration sensors. Look for long life battery power, too. Lithium sensor batteries, for example, can last three to five years. When they do run low, the system lets you know well in advance. Choose a controller with back up battery so the system will stay active in the event of a power outage or if the Internet is down. If you will be installing smoke alarms you’ll need the extra power of a 24 hour battery back up, not the 4 hour back up offered by many manufacturers. THE COST FOR SECURITY There are two costs to keep in mind when shopping for a home security system. The first is for the equipment and the installation, if you’re having it done by a professional.

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