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24. If you’re looking for a system that allows you to integrate various other home automation products and smart devices at a fraction of the cost of many others, the Iris Security Pack may be right for you. It features Zigbee and Z Wave compatibility, which allows it to be connected to a huge list of devices. The Iris Security Pack combined with the Iris Smart Hub, combined with the powerful Iris app, ensures you’ll receive alerts and can easily monitor activity happening in your house. You can schedule lights to turn on to make it seem like you are home, arm your system and receive alerts from wherever you are. Additional features can only be accessed with a premium service.

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For the second consecutive year SDM’s Industry Forecast Study cited DIY security providers as their greatest competition in the coming year, with 33 percent of respondents choosing DIY companies as their No. 1 competitive threat. National/global security companies followed, at 28 percent of respondents. However, wireless phone providers/broadband providers fell to 7 percent as a perceived threat, down from 11 percent last year. In all cases, it seems dealers and manufacturers alike view competition as untapped opportunity, a philosophy that also factors into the healthy optimism this year. Welsh has similar observations: “We have 5,000 security dealers we work with and they had a great year.

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If you’re not buying the security gadget upfront, ask about the leasing price and any additional terms. Whether you’re looking to get started with a home security system or you’re looking to upgrade or replace an existing system, The Home Depot has the top brands for just the right level of security for your home and property. Getting Started A good place to start would be with our Home Security Systems Buying Guide to determine what type of system would be best for your home. You can choose from wired and wireless security cameras, systems that are monitored by a third party or yourself as well as smart security systems. Be sure to keep weather and location in mind when choosing indoor security systems versus outdoor security systems and ones that can be utilized in both places. From there, determining which security cameras to purchase is made easier with our Security Cameras Buying Guide. All the rage, smart security cameras are very convenient option. All the Right Parts to Cover all Your BasesNow that you’re ready to begin purchasing a system, it’s time to determine the type and number of cameras, sensors, detectors and alarms you’ll need. There are basic alarm systems that include door sensors, window sensors and a keypad to control arming and disarming. For properties that have more square footage and openings to cover, a smart security system with wireless doorbell cameras, spy cameras, motion sensors, and multiple door and window alarms can all be controlled remotely via your smartphone or tablet, allowing you to keep an eye on things from anywhere, especially when you’re not home. To cover all your bases, be sure to look into driveway alarms, voice recorders, water leak detectors and pool door alarms.

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